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Ever wanted to make an App? Now you can for free.
I’m Gareth Ffoulkes from One Dreamer and my goal is to help aspiring and indie developers enter and thrive in the mobile app industry.
With this course, you get the full source code of 'Cute Rush' an addictive and successful game in the App store. Cute Rush includes many important features such as Game Center, Facebook/Twitter integration and In-app ratings. You also get the One Dreamer Editor to help you on your app development journey.
In this course I walk you through the process of setting up your developer account, reskinning the source code and launching your app to the Appstore. Not a single line of code is required.
You have full access to the well-documented source code and a free license to submit to the App store. Any revenue you make off your app is completely yours. Any modification or customisation is entirely up to you.
This is a perfect way to start your mobile development career and this is a must have for anyone wanting to add another successful app to their portfolio.
I hope you enjoy the course. Keep dreaming apps.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Hey guys and welcome to this course.
In this lecture I am going to be giving you a brief introduction to what you will receive and achieve by taking this course. If you haven't already, I suggest watching the promo video.
Heres the link to the game we will be making today on the App Store.
Thanks again and good luck!
In this lecture I am going to give you a brief introduction to Xcode before downloading the 'Cute Rush' project.
Download the Cute Rush Project
View the Xcode Page
Cute Rush Project License: Please make sure you understand the Cute Rush Software License prior to download.
In this lecture I am going to show you how to set up your Provisioning Profiles, App ID and create a draft app in Itunes Connect.
If you need temporary icons and screenshots for the draft Itunes Connect app feel free the ones attached to this lecture
|Section 2: Customising the Project|
Please note (Unidentified Developer): The first time you run the Editor.app you will need to allow your mac to open the third party application. View Apples tutorial to learn how.
In this lecture I am going to be giving you a brief introduction to the One Dreamer Editor, a tool that we will be using to help us launch our app.
For more information on the One Dreamer Editor please visit here
In this lecture I am going to teach you how to reskin (change) the assets such as images and audio files. Were also going to find out how to edit animations using the One Dreamer Editor.
In this lecture I am going to be adding custom fonts to the project. This isn't as easy as swapping the asset files, however thanks to the One Dreamer Editor we can make the required changes in no time.
|Section 3: Setting Up Additional Frameworks|
In this lecture I am going to be setting up Game Center in the project. This will let users automaticly submit their scores to a leaderboard, giving them an incentive to play.
In this lecture were going to be setting up Facebook & Twitter sharing, plus In-app ratings. These are very important features to encourage user retention.
|Section 4: Preparing for App Store Submission|
In this lecture I am going to be adding a unique app icon and screenshots to the project. These are important aspects of any application and can help drive downloads.
In this final lecture I am going to be walking you through submitting your app to the App Store.
|Quiz 1||3 questions|
Just a quick quiz to test your knowledge from taking this course
|Lecture 11||9 pages|
If you have trouble following me while I talk or you want to translate the videos, download course script. Thank You!
Gareth has over 7 years experience in mobile development. He has been developing apps since the beginning of the Appstore in 2008, before establishing One Dreamer in 2013.
Gareth has now made it his mission to provide aspiring and indie developers high quality resources to join and thrive in the mobile App Industry.