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This crazy-paced course will teach you to hack together your first Windows 8.1 App.
Building on top of the new beautiful Modern Apps experience, we'll leverage tons of open source, design tools, mockup tools and run through the process beginning to end.
Video are ~2-3 minutes each, go at a crazy pace (you'll probably have to pause) and let you get the max out of the time you spend watching those videos.
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Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Getting Started|
Check out what we'll be building in this course
Make sure you have these things installed and running
Create the empty app to get started with building the first iteration
|Section 2: Mockup and Core Technology|
Draw up the initial ideas for Catch-a-Movie using Balsamiq Mockups
Use Super Slides to create a full-screen, multi-slide canvas that will hold the movie content
Leverage the Semantic UI framework to create your first Grid multi-column layout
|Section 3: Designing the App|
Add character to your app by using beautiful typography
Adding Star Ratings
Tweaking the design
Adding the plot and screenings
4 second break, you deserve it!
|Section 4: Loading Dynamic Data|
TIP: Schema-based random json data generation
Making our App dynamic: Handlebars.js Part [1/3]
Making our App dynamic: Handlebars.js Part [2/3]
Loading the data from the JSON file
Last hardcoded nail in the coffin
Using Movie Images
Making our App dynamic: Handlebars.js Part [3/3]
|Section 5: Adding Web Features|
Feature Add: Trailers
Linking the Screening Info
|Section 6: Summary|
Recap and final notes
Software Engineer turned Program Manager, I'm passionate about people-empowering technology. Throughout the years, I've been involved with robotics, image processing, computer vision, biomedical research, volunteering groups, machine learning and teaching.
My courses on Udemy are braindumps of how I explore new tools and topics, distilled to the bare minimum time needed to capture the most important lessons to be learned.