1. Maverick 1211's Avatar
    Hi

    I'm looking for app training can anyone point me in the right direction. Im new to it and wanting to develop a app or if anyone can help me develop it I would be most appreciative

    Thanks
    01-21-2018 03:44 PM
  2. jasonandrews25788's Avatar
    Udacity courses is the best trainng:
    Udacity.com/google
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    01-22-2018 02:11 PM
  3. Rukbat's Avatar
    Try learning programming itself first - Teach Yourself Computer Science. Udacity teaches you languages, not programming. You know English - can you write a play that compares to anything Shakespeare wrote. (Knowing a programming language isn't knowing programming.)
    01-22-2018 06:08 PM
  4. anon(10360853)'s Avatar
    You could try courses on Udemy. If you want to do cross platform apps meaning both android and ios for example you might want to check out this course:

    https://www.udemy.com/xamarin-forms-course/#reviews

    Or even better the Xamarin University, but its pretty expensive at around 70 usd a month. But its very high quality content.


    Good luck!
    01-24-2018 07:44 PM
  5. Davdi's Avatar
    Headfirst Android is a really good book (it's what I'm currently using, but it assumes you know Java and are a competent programmer. If starting from ground zero learn how to program first. Scratch is a good place to start.
    as this is my first post, I can't post links yet, but a search for "MIT scratch" will find it.
    01-29-2018 03:51 PM
  6. Tomas Pojkar's Avatar
    Just advice - programing for Android you need to know Java - and I supposed to start doing very easy application like Hello word, and so on. But after some time (after you do some basic testing app), when you will be still exited - try to learn about programing generally (something about algoritms, data structers ect.) - I think great book is Code Complete by Steve McConnell https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4845.Code_Complete
    07-17-2018 01:27 AM
  7. blapblapdiddlydoodah's Avatar
    If you're totally new to programming going to school can help, I've got a 2 year tech diploma in software development and just kind of fell into apps after school. If you know how to code already, just jump right in and start messing around. The best way to learn is through experience and trial and error.
    10-20-2018 01:31 PM
  8. GonzaloHirsch's Avatar
    If you are totally new to programming, I recommend you to start learning some C as an imperative programming language in Codecademy or someplace like that. Then, if you want to learn some object-oriented programming, start with a bit of Ruby, which lets you learn all the key concepts of that paradigm without having to worry about all the types and all that. Then you can really start learning Java and other high-level languages like that. In my experience C and Ruby are a very solid base to reach Java.
    10-24-2018 07:22 PM
  9. anon(10551781)'s Avatar
    I have had a Great experience with Udacity, it has courses from beginner to advanced levels
    11-17-2018 07:30 PM
  10. vitya_tmp's Avatar
    Everything is on the internet. Just enter in google.
    01-24-2019 11:34 AM

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