Make programming your business. Even if you’ve never programmed before, this course will explain to you the Business of Software, how computer programs work, how computer programmers think, how to start a computer programming business. You won’t have to do any hands-on coding, but all the essential features of the modern programming world will be explained simply and clearly. This course will help you to break into business of software: on the Web, on mobile devices. On desktop computers; on PCs, Macs and ‘cross-platform’. So join up and get to know how to start a computer programming business….
This course will teach you everything you need to know to develop applications for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch), Google Android and even Blackberry's Tablet OS all using Adobe's Flex and Flash Builder toolset. Whether or not you've used Flex or Flash before, you can build your own apps in just 14 days by spending only an hour a day. If built right, a single codebase can deploy to all of these devices. So start building your own apps today! Drew Falkman is an Adobe certified instructor and developer who has taught Flex at Fortune 500s across the US since version 1.5. This course is for aspiring application developer who has no experience using Flex or Flash OR existing Flex or Flash developers looking to use the new mobile application development features.
Discover how to build an Android game and distribute it in the Google Play app store, using Cocos2d-x and the Eclipse Platform. Plus, author Todd Perkins shows how to monetize your game further with income from Google Mobile ads. The course demonstrates how to install and set up your coding environment; build the game's core scenes, layers, and sprites; handle touch and accelerometer data; create classes based on a detailed game flow chart; and manage misses, wins, and scores. Last, you'll prepare your game to support Google ads and in-app purchases.
Making games is fun, but there are a lot of opportunities out there in the business market. According to the latest stats the average price for an iOS game is $1.05 but the average price for a non-game app is $1.95 — that’s a HUGE difference! That’s great news if you’re coming up with your own ideas and implementing them, but there’s an even bigger opportunity and that’s creating apps for local businesses.
If you'd like to learn how to develop applications for iOS (iPhone and iPad) but haven't programmed much, the task may seem daunting. iOS programming is based on the Objective C programming language-- and C programming is a prerequisite. Our C programming course will teach you how to program in C. Programming with C is the perfect place to start if you want to create programs for iPhone, iPad or Mac. Learning C is also great to learn if you have never programmed before and want to understand the basics.
Take a tour of the foundational programming language at the heart of several Microsoft platforms, including Windows, ASP.NET, Silverlight, SharePoint, and Windows Phone, with author Joe Marini. Joe walks through the basic syntax and structure of the language, introduces object-oriented concepts, and shows how to define custom classes. The course also demonstrates using C# language features, compiling and running code, handling exceptions, reading and writing files, and addressing common compilation issues through debugging.
Microsoft isn't going away and the need for .Net applications is only going to grow. The powerful .Net platform lets developers create Windows based, or, web applications using a unifrom syntax and object model. With an extensive library of features and easy integration into Windows based systems, learning a .net language is important for any programmer. Whether you are learning your first programming language, or, you are working with Microsoft .net technologies for the first time, you'll find LearnToProgram's C# Tutorial for Beginners course helpful to you.