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There are literally hundreds of tools, technologies and frameworks out there for building apps for mobile devices. But which one do you choose? Are you an experienced developer looking to decide which tool to use? What platforms do you want to build for?
Perhaps you are non-technical but really like the thought of creating your own app; either just for your own satisfaction, or to enhance your skills or even possibly generate a second income.
What sort of app do you want to create? What is the best tool for a business app and what is the best tool for gaming app?
Maybe you don't want to get involved at all. You might want to outsource development to a third party. What should you be wary of? What about buying a finished app?
Lots of questions that hopefully this free course can guide you through.
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Desktop, iOS and Android.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
The good news, the bad news and where to start!
|Section 2: App Development for Non Coders|
We look at three tools on the market that allow you to create games with ZERO coding!
|Section 3: App Development for Coders|
The game engines you can use to build games for the web.
A quick run through open source game engines.
Some of the paid tools that are on the market.
|Section 4: Business Apps|
Here we look at how to create business or utility type apps.
|Section 5: Outsourcing|
Choosing a freelancer to build your app using odesk.com
|Section 6: Buying Source|
You can now buy source code to apps that have already been built. We look at the sites that offer this service.
|Section 7: Wrap Up|
A recap of what we covered.
Gary Kind is a highly experienced IT professional and business owner with over 25 years in and around software development and 20+ years running businesses as an individual and in partnerships.
He has a wide spread of business knowledge working in the SME sector as well as delivering KPI and financial reporting for large corporations. He has spent the past few years combining marketing with IT to cover areas such as pay per click, copywriting and conversion optimisation.