Develop iPhone and iPad apps with no programming experience
What you'll learn
- By the end of the course, you will know what it takes to develop an iOS app through outsourcing.
- In this course you will learn how to find an idea, how to test it, where to hire, what to look for, how to hire, how to setup your iOS developers account, and how to prepare your app for the App store.
- An iOS device like an iPad, iPhone, or iPhone touch to test your apps.
- iOS developers account $99 per year
This course will teach you how to develop iPhone and iPad apps with zero programming experience.
My name is Benny Hsu and I had an idea for an app back in 2011, but didn't know any programming. I tried to learn from books and courses but found it way too hard. I didn't have years and the patience to learn how.
Then I discovered outsourcing. I thought outsourcing was for simple tasks only. You know - make reservations, update calendar, maybe book some airplane tickets. It turns out - there is a lot more to it. This was the answer to how I could get my idea developed amazingly fast, without spending hours and hours learning new skills and technologies.
Outsourcing was my ticket to make it happen, but I still I had a lot of concerns:
- Where do I look?
- How do I convey my idea?
- How to hire?
- How can I make sure I don't get ripped off?
- How much will it cost?
- And more...
So I learned as much as I could about this business to just get started. I would learn the rest along the way.
I finally got started in 2011 with my first app, Photo 365. When it was released in August 2011, it had earned me $33,997.77 in 30 days.
Apple featured it as New and Noteworthy two weeks after I launched. A week later, Apple named it ‘App of the Week’. Unbelievable!
Usually apps that get selected are from companies with employees and startup funding. Apple probably didn't know I was just a guy, with no experience, who outsourced his work overseas.
If it wasn't for outsourcing and the process I created, this would have never happened.Now I have three more apps (see my bio) and am developing more.
I still have no idea how to program. I couldn't write a single line of code to save my life. I don't even know how to upload my apps. I'm not technical at all.
I'm just a regular guy who hated my job and wanted to find a way to make money that I actually enjoyed.
What about you?
Have you dreamed about developing an iPhone app, but don’t know how? I can teach you.
Building my first app has changed my life. I used the same framework again and again to create my other apps, and I’ll keep on using it. I want to give you this framework, so you can start creating your very first app.
I know that’s what I needed two years ago when I was looking for answers.I have step-by-step videos that will teach you my proven framework for developing a winning app idea, where to hire, what to look for, how to conduct interviews, hiring the best team, and getting your app looking good in the App store.
When I began creating apps, I learned a lot! I've made costly mistakes, but I have learned from them. I'm made adjustments and have fine tuned the process. I want to make sure you don't make the same mistakes and don’t have to go through such a steep learning curve.
You will get answers to all of these common questions:
I have an idea, but what should I do if it’s been done already?
How can I make sure I don’t get ripped off when I hire people?
How can I protect my idea?
Will this cost a lot of money?
I have an idea for an app, but don’t know what the next steps are.
How can I make money from apps?
I’m not technical so I can’t do this.
I’m really bad with graphics and don’t know how to make it pretty.
All are good questions, but none of the above can stop you from achieving your goal if you follow my framework.Are you ready? Let's do it!!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to develop an iOS app, but doesn't know how to code or program.
I have been an app developer since 2011. My first app, Photo 365 , was named App of the Week by Apple in August 2011.
I was fed up with my life and my job and took a chance developing my first iPhone app. I had no idea how I'd get it done since I don't know any programming. Thankfully I learned about outsourcing!
After the success of my first app, I've been the go to guy for friends who also want to develop an app.
I finally decided I needed to create a course to answer all the questions I got and to share everything I know.
Besides developing apps, I run a blog called Get Busy Living where I help and inspire people to live a more epic life.