Apps by Students for September

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This is the eleventh App by Students feature and it showcases the awesome creations that students have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) Congratulations to the students below who have challenged themselves and successfully published apps! Royal Edge – Solitaire Card Game Programmed by Macon Shirley, Designed by Judith Yates […]

How Much Does It Cost To Make An App?

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You want to make an app? Well there’s more than one option and depending on your budget, your free time and risk tolerance level, one of the options below will suit you the most. Since prices vary amongst companies and freelancers, I decided to outline the cost relative to each other. I also highlight some […]

Apps by Students for July

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This is the tenth App by Students feature and it showcases the awesome creations that students have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) It’s been a while since I published the last Apps by Students but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped publishing apps. This is going to be a big […]

Q&A: I Have an App Idea. Where Do I Begin?

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In this episode’s Q&A, we help people who have app ideas but are unsure of where to begin. Should you outsource the development of your app or should you learn programming and build it yourself? This video covers some of the pros and cons. If you’d like to download the slides for this presentation, you […]

Q&A: Can you develop iPhone apps on Windows?

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In this episode’s Q&A, I’m sharing my answer for a common question that I get all the time and that is: Can I use a PC and Windows to build iPhone and iPad apps? There are some PC based solutions which I talk about in the episode. If you would like to expand on them, […]

Apps by Students for March

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This is the ninth App by Students feature and it showcases the awesome creations that students and readers have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) This month, we feature 6 students! Gianni, Stuart, Clark, Adam, Angus and Bruno who have successfully published their apps to the App Store! Fermi by […]

Apps by Students for February

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This is the eighth App by Readers feature and it showcases the awesome creations that students and readers have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) This month, we feature two students: Matt and Nils who have successfully published their apps to the App Store! In January, Matthew sent me the […]

Apps by Readers for December

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This is the seventh App by Readers feature and it showcases the awesome creations that readers and course members have created. (details on how to submit your app at the end) This month, we feature four course members! Rick, Ron, Mike (again!), Macon & Judith (again!) have gone from beginners to publishing their own awesome […]

Dash – The offline documentation library

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Have you ever found yourself without an Internet connection and the need to search for a piece of code or info on a method? As iOS developers, we work with Objective-C and Swift and you can download the iOS 8/Xcode 6 library from the settings in Xcode. Those 2 languages aren’t the only ones we […]

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