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Saturday, October 27, 2012

course on how to build iOS apps in Xcode for $79

I don't usually start off these posts with the money aspect, but in this case I think it's essential that I do. This course is usually $497 and the deal we have here is $79. Okay? Big savings. Now the best part, this course from Udemy is a soup to nuts course on how to build iOS apps in Xcode—The Ultimate Xcode For iOS Apps Course: Build & Launch iOS Apps With The Most Comprehensive Xcode Course for Beginners.

So if you have an idea for an app, but absolutely zero coding experience…this is the course you need.

You get 155 lectures, 7 hours of content, all with a lifetime license (so when you need a reminder a year down the line, you can hop back to that course module and refresh your memory). Which, IMHO, is probably one of the most important things about learning something like Xcode or app development—being able to go back an review/refresh the steps when you run into trouble.


"I have always wanted to learn Xcode. I wish apple would make it easier to use. Instead, Xcode is this convoluted and difficult to use. After taking this course I know more about Xcode. This course will not make you amazing at Xcode but it will help you design apps. Im not sure if any beginner course can fully teach you how to use Xcode. The teach knows this and it looks like he has a great idea on how to softly wade people into using Xcode. I enjoyed this course and learning how to use Xcode." – Lance S.

"I went into this course without knowing anything about Xcode or app building. But this course showed me how to design apps. It sure sounds easier than it looks. Thanks to this course I can now use Xcode." – Katie M.

"So many tech courses out there focus only on the technical. This course was delightful to take because it balanced technical skills with design. I wish there were more courses like this out there. The structure of this course is set up really well because you learn some technical skills and then he talks about why you should be designing the interface a certain way. I recommend this course to anybody who wants to learn Xcode and design at the same time!" – Sandra O.

Even if you just want to make an app for yourself. Not to sell, just to do it for your own enjoyment, this is a great way to start. Of course, I figure that if you do make a great app, you'll probably want to offer it for sale.

But that's a story for another time.

If you want to learn how to make an iOS app and have no idea how or where to start…this is the deal, this is the place, this is the time.

Sent from my iPad


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