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Welcome to this course on Networking and Security in iOS Applications. Our focus in this course is very practitioner oriented. We want to get you up and running using social networking integration with single sign-on, basic OAuth2 functionality, secure JSON web APIs, cryptographically secured push notifications, and secure data storage so that you can get apps into the iTunes ecosystem and out into the marketplace. This course will have several code sessions in which we walk you through the process of building apps, some of which you will also build for peer review assignments. Interspersed with the tutorials we will take time-outs to cover the basics of some concepts that might be mysterious without a more formal treatment. Our hope is that you come out of this course knowing more (of course!) and having several projects that you can refer to in the future when you want to incorporate these techniques into your apps - your personal app toolbox. The intensity picks up from the previous course in this Specialization, so get ready!

15 vidéos (Total 98 min), 6 lectures, 1 quiz
15 vidéos
Twitter App: Setting up the User Interface11 min
Twitter App: Connecting the U/I2 min
Twitter App: Styling the U/I via ".layer"6 min
Twitter App: Social.Framework and building a UIAlertController6 min
Twitter App: Closing a window with UIAlertAction6 min
Twitter App: Checking for "Single Sign On"3 min
A general pattern for pop-up alerts6 min
Twitter App: Tweet with SLComposeViewController8 min
Twitter App: Reviewing what we accomplished1 min
Facebook: Adding an additional UIAlertAction12 min
Facebook: Using SLComposeViewController to Post4 min
Future Proofing with the UIActivityViewController13 min
Simplifying the Interface - Less Clicks!6 min
Peer-Review 01: Your turn!4 min
6 lectures
Course Overview10 min
Pre-Course Survey10 min
Getting Help10 min
Twitter App Orientation10 min
Facebook Orientation10 min
Future proofing10 min
5 heures pour terminer

Using Secure Web APIs: an Instagram Case Study

Now it's time to consider what we are going to do if we want to work with web services that aren't deeply integrated into iOS. There are hundreds (thousands?!?!) of them. Most of them require authentication via the OAuth 2.0 protocol. In this week's lessons we will walk through an example of getting a photo from Instagram on behalf of a user. This week is also a code tutorial in preparation for your peer review assignment, but in the middle we need to step back from coding to cover some basics: How do we use a UIImageView? What is OAuth 2.0 anyway? What is JSON and how do we read it? What's the big deal about http vs https anyway?

12 vidéos (Total 142 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
12 vidéos
Building the project with Cocoapods3 min
Intro to UIImageView9 min
Laying out the Interface12 min
OAuth 2.014 min
Accessing a web service API10 min
JSON21 min
Custom URL Schemes16 min
NSAppTransport in iOS 910 min
Network Security Considerations22 min
Getting data with NSURLSession10 min
Calling and Parsing API JSON data7 min
1 lecture
Two Updates on the Instagram API10 min
4 heures pour terminer

Don't be so pushy!

In this week we will look at several aspects of push notifications. Those are those alerts that show up at the top of your iOS interface when an app wants to get your attention. There are several ways that they can be initiated. They can be initiated from an app on a local device, or they can be initiated by a remote server somewhere on the internet. Obtaining permission to post those notifications requires lots of steps, certificates, passwords etc. We'll walk you through it all. This week we start with a high-level overview of the iOS app lifecycle. Then we will do three code tutorials. The first will be the one that you will need to do the peer-review assessment. It's a basic countdown timer that sends a notification at a specific time. The second will show you how to make it all fancy with custom actions. The final one will be for remote notifications. Since remote notifications require an Apple developer account ($$$) we won't assess you on it, but if you have one you can try it out on your own and add it to your personal app toolbox.

11 vidéos (Total 108 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
11 vidéos
Push notifications: local Part 115 min
Push notifications: local Part 217 min
Push notifications: actions22 min
Push notifications: remote Part 019 min
Push notifications: remote Part 0210 min
Push notifications: remote Part 034 min
Push notifications: remote Part 0412 min
Push notifications: remote Part 051 min
Push notifications: remote Part 062 min
Intro to Peer Review Assignment 032 min
1 lecture
Remote Push Notification Has Changed10 min
5 heures pour terminer

Storing Data

In this week we look at method of securely storing data on the iOS platform called Core Data.

9 vidéos (Total 140 min), 1 lecture, 2 quiz
9 vidéos
Core Data: Setting Up Your Project8 min
Core Data: Building the Model16 min
Core Data: Wiring the UI to CoreData19 min
Enrichment: The Full Core Data Example 131 min
Enrichment: The Full Core Data Example 216 min
Peer Review 04 Instructions: Storing Data App3 min
Deploying to the App Store22 min
App Store Analytics4 min
1 lecture
The Full Core Data Example10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Final Exam52 min
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par JMNov 29th 2015

Excellent intermediate level course for objectives C. Good approach to the course presentation. Introduces concepts clearly and then drives into actual implementation.

par KEMar 21st 2016

Really good information, good quality presentation. The working examples are well chosen and fun to work along with. Thank you!



Don Patterson

Associate Professor
Informatics and Computer Science

Sam Kaufman

Partner at Gradient

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