It feels like there is quite literally an app for everything. And yet, new apps are built and launched in the App Store every single day, proving there are still untapped markets waiting for your brilliant ideas.
Don’t let the sheer number of existing apps stop you from bringing your concepts to life. Start learning to program, design, and build your own apps on both Android and iOS with this
With nine courses and over 70 hours of content brought to you by Oak Academy — a group of tech experts with an average instructor rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars — you’ll dive into the prominent programming languages and software required for building apps from scratch.
First things first, you’ll have to decide whether or not to dive into the world of iOS or Android (or both). It’s a smart idea to weigh your options by dipping your toes into both, which is why there are courses that cover iOS 14 and Swift 5, as well as Android Pie, Java, and Android Studio. With everything designed for beginners, you can kick off your training with whichever course sparks your interest.
As you dive into the worlds of iOS and Android, you’ll work your way through different projects and develop real-life applications with the help of the instructors. This will give you a good idea as to how your workflow will look in either operating system. You’ll get a better idea of the Swift 5 and Java programming languages and decide which you like better before moving on to creating user interfaces with React, managing and tracking your source code with Git and GitHub, and more.
If you find that neither Java nor Swift 5 is right for you, there’s a course that covers Flutter apps and the Dart programming language. Flutter is a newer way to build user interfaces for mobile but has a plugin system that communicates with iOS and Android. Either direction you go, you’ll walk away with a well-rounded mobile app development education.
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