courseiOS 9 and Android App Developer Bundle

Are you looking to start your career in App Development, or just wanting to learn code for the fun of being able to create stunning apps and games? Then this course is perfect for you.

What is Xcode 7?
Xcode is an integrated development environment (IDE) which contains a large suite of software development tools that were created by Apple to assist in developing applications and software for macOS, iOS, WatchOS and tvOS.

What is Swift 2?
Apple recently introduced a brand new programming language alongside the new version of Xcode. Swift is extremely practical for developers. The language includes a ton of features third-party developers have been looking for.

iOS 9 App Development For Beginners

Learn iPhone app development with Xcode 7 and Swift 2


In this course you will learn the basics of iOS App Development. You will be shown the basic development features of Xcode 7 and Swift 2. After completion of this course you will come away with a working understanding of the two features.

Intermediate iOS 9 Programming

Create native iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode and Swift.


This course is aimed at those who already have experience in iOS programming. During the course you will learn some more in depth knowledge of how to use Xcode and Swift and create an application for iPhones and iPads.

Android App Development: Easy and Quick Programming

Learn Android app development from a beginner's perspective


This course is specially created for those who have little to no knowledge of Android Application Development. During the course you will learn the basics of how to develop applications and create your own application using the skills you have acquired.

Build Android Apps with App Inventor 2 - No Coding Required

The most comprehensive App Inventor 2 course anywhere


During this course you will be shown how to build Android Apps using a tool called App Inventor 2. For those of you who don't like coding, this is the perfect course for you as you will learn how to create stunning applications with no coding required.

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What the course will teach you:

  • The basics of Xcode7, Swift2 and App Inventor 2
  • How to develop Android Applications
  • How to develop iOS Applications
  • A more in-depth knowledge of Xcode7 and Swift2 for those who are already at an intermediate level
  • How to use Xcode7, Swift2 and App Inventor 2 to their full potential

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About Bundle

Bundle's Content:

  1. iOS 9 App Development For Beginners
    Learn iPhone app development with Xcode 7 and Swift 2
  2. Intermediate iOS 9 Programming
    Create native iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode and Swift.
  3. Android App Development: Easy and Quick Programming
    Learn Android app development from a beginner's perspective
  4. Build Android Apps with App Inventor 2 - No Coding Required
    The most comprehensive App Inventor 2 course anywhere

Units Of Study

1. iOS 9 App Development For Beginners

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Learn iPhone app development with Xcode 7 and Swift 2

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few decades, you'll know that Apple has a strong hold over the technology world; a hold that won't loosen its grip any time soon. You'll also know that this computer giant does things a little differently to everyone else. That's why having the ability to develop apps for iOS is vital for any successful developer – particularly when new versions are releases at such a regular pace. But don't worry; this course will get you up to speed.

Create Stunning Apps for Apple with Ease

  • Create native iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode and Swift
  • Get your apps on the iTunes App Store for anyone to download and use
  • Take the first steps towards becoming an Apple developer
  • Learn the ins and outs of the Apple developer centre and user interfaces for iOS apps

Build your own Apps from the Ground Up

This course will teach you everything you need to know to get started with creating Apple apps for iOS 9. It has been designed for students who are already familiar with programming structures and the software development process, and who have an interest in applying this to iOS applications.

With over 57 lectures and 6.5 hours of content, you'll go through the entire app building process from planning and design right up to publishing your app in the iTunes App Store. Starting with an overview of becoming an iOS developer and Apple's developer centre, you'll then progress to building the user interface of your app. This includes storyboards, controls, navigation and more. Following that, you'll move on to specific iOS features like posting to social media, geocoding, and son on, before getting to grips with the data side of things. Finally, you'll cover how to publish your app.

By the end of this course, you'll be well on your way to becoming a fully fledged Apple developer, and you'll have all of the knowledge and experience necessary to create flawless, fun, and fully functioning apps for the Apple community.

Tools Used

Xcode 7: Xcode is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that contains all the software you need to create beautiful, fast, and easy to use applications for Apple devices like iPhones and iPads. You can experiment with new APIs, add additional source code, and even make use of he interface testing feature, which records your app in action.

Swift 2: Swift is one of the newest programming languages to hit the scene and was especially developed for iOS and OS X (i.e Apple products). Swift is one of the most simple languages to get a handle on, and what's even better is that it makes creating lighting-fast, fun and interactive apps easy.

2. Intermediate iOS 9 Programming

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Create native iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode and Swift.

One of the downsides (or upsides, depending on your outlook) to Apple and iOS is that it doesn’t play nice with the rest of the programming world. It takes some special knowledge and training to become and Apple developer. If you already have some programming experience, this isn’t a problem. Start with this course and you’ll get a head start on the road to your dream career.

Create native iPhone and iPad Apps using Xcode and Swift

  • Master the most popular iOS features
  • Write apps that use GPS, social networking, remote data and in-app purchases
  • Take your existing programming skills to the next level
  • Get up to speed on iOS 9 updates and changes
  • Get on the right path to a career in app development

Take the First Steps to Becoming an Apple Developer

If you already have some programming experience and want to take your skills up a notch, or if you want to learn specifically about creating apps for Apple, or even if you just want to get an update on programming for iOS 9, this is the perfect course for you. With 58 lectures and 5.5 hours of content, you can delve right into the world of Swift, Xcode and iOS 9, and come back up for air as a bona fide expert.

This course covers all of the most important and most popular features of iOS 9, including interfacing with remote data services, accessing media and the media library, using GPS to track location, social networking, data access with cloud-kit and in-app purchasing. You’ll cover all of the above and dig right down into the nitty gritty straight away.

By the end of this course, you’ll know how to create native iPhone and iPad apps using Xcode and Swift and can proudly call yourself an intermediate iOS 9 programmer. You’ll know how to implement all of the above features using iOS frameworks, using source code which is provided. At each step you’ll review and analyse the behaviour to help compound your knowledge.

Tools Used

Xcode: Xcode is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that contains all the software you need to create beautiful, fast, and easy to use applications for Apple devices like iPhones and iPads. You can experiment with new APIs, add additional source code, and even make use of the interface testing feature, which records your app in action.

Swift: Swift is a multi-paradigm programming language created for Apple. Deemed by its creators to be a ‘modern programming language that is safe, fast, and interactive’, it is designed to work with the Cocoa and Cocoa Touch frameworks for iOS, OS X, watchOS and tvOS applications. It was introduce by Apple in 2014 and is currently in its second version.

3. Android App Development: Easy and Quick Programming

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Learn Android app development from a beginner's perspective

Once upon a time, iOS app developers were the ones in demand. Now the mobile world has busted wide open and Android is a fierce rival, not to mention a truly exciting area to dive into. App development is advancing at a rapid pace and there’s always something new and innovative being produced somewhere. With this course, you can jump right in and get involved yourself; who knows, maybe the next must have Android app will be one of your own creations!

Quick, Easy Programming

  • Create, test and run Android apps
  • Learn the ins and outs of Android Studio
  • Gain a solid skill set applicable to all app development projects
  • Get practical, hands on experience in building mobile apps
  • Pick up the latest changes in the newest version of Android

Learn Android App Development from a Beginner’s Perspective

This course has a whopping 119 lectures and 9 hours of content; enough to take you from zero to Android app hero in no time. If you have a basic understanding of the Java programming language and an interest in app development, you’ll be the perfect student.

The course starts off by introducing you to all essential software you’ll need (namely, Android Studio), and will take you through the installation process. Once that’s done you’ll go through all of the essential Android components, learning how they work to build up a foundation of knowledge. From there, you’ll get started with hands-on experience by creating your own practical Android app.

You’ll demonstrate the concepts you’ve just learned and put your new found skills to the test by building an app from start to finish, complete with database creation, fragment management, custom array adapters, Android preferences and more. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be a verified Android app expert.

Tools Used

Android Studio: Android Studio is the official Interactive Development Environment (IDE) for Android app development. It’s used by all Android developers and, despite its complexity and power, is relatively easy to pick up once you have some background knowledge.

* This course was published in January 2016 and teaches the most up to date operating system and development tools available.

4. Build Android Apps with App Inventor 2 - No Coding Required

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The most comprehensive App Inventor 2 course anywhere

Everybody has a great idea for an app. The problem is, not many of those people have the skills or knowledge required to make that idea a reality. Building an app, regardless of its simplicity or platform, requires certain technical know-how like coding, UX/UI design, and more. App Inventor 2, however, cuts through all of the smoke and allows anyone – even those with no coding experience – to build Android apps from the ground up. This course will teach you how.

Build Apps Without Learning Code!

  • Gain a practical understanding of programming basics
  • Navigate and use App Inventor 2 efficiently and effectively
  • Create and build your own apps for Android
  • Test and update your apps after you've built them
  • Learn how to publish your app to Google's Play Store

Android Apps in an Instant

This course will teach you everything you need to know about building apps – without the complicated coding normally required. If you have a good internet connection, a basic understanding of what an Android app is, and a great idea for an app that doesn't yet exist, then you're the perfect candidate! While the course is aimed at beginner programmers or those with no coding experience whatsoever, experienced app builders who want to learn from a new angle will benefit too.

During the 204 lectures and 17 hours of content contained within this course, you'll learn the basics of programming in a fun and practical way, while creating fully fledged, ready-to-use Android apps. You'll start off with setting up App Inventor 2 and choosing the options you'll need for your future apps. Then you'll get to know the interface and tools before diving straight in and creating not one, not two, but TEN apps. These apps will increase in complexity as you work through them, using features such as the component editor and blocks editor.

When you've built your ten apps you'll also learn how to test, update, and publish them to the Play Store. By the end of this course, you'll be an advanced app builder using App Inventor 2.

Tools Used

App Inventor 2 is an open source web application originally developed by Google and now maintained by MIT. It is aimed at beginner programmers and specially designed to enable them to build Android apps. It turns complicated coding language into visual drag and drop blocks, so there is no need for the user to learn code before building their apps.

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)

Please note: Although this course will work with the system requirements stated above, the software talked about and used in the course may vary. It is recommended that you check with the software suppliers website before making a purchase.