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This course will show you exactly what you need to do to reskin a specific source code in Xcode so that you can create your own Photo Booth app for iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch very quickly and inexpensively and start making money almost immediately.
You will see every single edit necessary to launch an app, and in less than 2 hours. This includes the very first steps you take after you get your hands on a source code (learning how to test the app) to editing the app in Xcode, and all the way to submitting the app to the App Store for review. The tutorial uses a REAL source code example and completes every single step necessary to reskin the app from start to finish, and is structured in that way. While this uses a specific code (that you can purchase), the course is still very useful for reskinning any app. It will give you the knowledge necessary to understand documents that come with source codes that you can purchase at very low prices.
This is perfect for any beginner that is interested in entering the world of app development, but does not want to spend a ton of money or time creating an app from scratch and hiring developers. Instead, you can focus on monetization through in-app purchases and ad networks, which, by the way, is part of this course. You can literally reskin one source code 100 times using this tutorial to generate large profits incredibly quickly.
Check out the source code that we will be using.
Welcome to "Beginner Xcode Programming" from PixtantBlog.com! This introduction tells you our story and what to expect from the course. To follow along step by step throughout this course, you can purchase the Photo Booth source code here: BrightNewt.com
Or you can use this course as a guide to reskinning virtually any app build in Xcode.
Brand new iOS developer accounts need 2 certificates--one for development and one for distribution (publishing to the App Store). This lecture shows you how to create and install both.
In this lecture, you will learn how to prepare the app for testing, which includes setting up an App ID in the iOS Development Center, creating the app in iTunes Connect, and creating and installing 2 Provisioning Profiles so that you can test the app.
See what you need to change in Xcode in order to test your app either in the Xcode simulator or on an actual device.
Learn how to swap out images so that you can reskin your app.
In this lecture, you will see what code you need to edit to change your theme and content in the app.
See exactly how to set up in-app purchases in both iTunes Connect and in Xcode so that you can start making money.
Learn how to register your app with Revmob, PlayHaven, Flurry, Tapjoy, Sincerely Ship, Vungle, Pushwoosh, and change the code to reflect your accounts.
In the final lecture, you will see how to submit your app to the App Store for review. Included is a checklist document so you can make sure you've tested everything!
Justin Malik and Lee Rankinen are the founders of MoneyFromApps.com. They launched Pixtant, an iOS and Android social polling application, in February 2013. After receiving nearly a quarter million downloads on iOS alone in roughly 6 months, Justin and Lee decided to step it up a knotch by creating apps that deliver a fast and healthy return on their investments. Justin, who rarely used a Mac, took less than a week to learn enough about XCode to release their first reskin of a source code. Within only a couple of months, Pixtant LLC had over 15 apps in the App Store. Currently, they have over 50 apps live in the App Store.
Justin manages MoneyFromApps marketing, technical development, and finances. In 2010, he graduated from the 20-month MBA program at Pepperdine University with a full scholarship alongside his soon-to-be business partner, Lee. Lee currently manages corporate strategy and business development.
Together, they continue to grow their business, learning more and more every step of the way, and documenting results on MoneyFromApps.com. After receiving lots of interest, they decided to offer Udemy courses to show how easy it is to reskin an iOS app from start to finish.