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If you’ve ever wanted to develop for iOS, you’ll need to wrap your head around Xcode…and that’s not necessarily the easiest thing to grasp. Whether you’re looking to take on coding as a new hobby, reach a new audience for your business, or build and design iOS apps, Xcode is the way to go.
So if you’re looking to wade into the Xcode arena, then it’s a wise move to find some valuable resources to help you along the way – and possibly speed up the process. The VB Store is currently offering a great resource with the Ultimate Xcode for iOS Apps Course. This online course can teach anyone to create beautiful iOS applications on Apple’s Xcode software for just $79 – $418 off the regular price!
Here’s what you’ll get with this course:
- Over 155 lectures and 7 hours of content
- Learn how to make iOS apps using Xcode (Apple’s app making program)
- Learn how to get your iOS app idea to the app store quickly
- Learn how to create a unique user experience
- Suitability for complete beginners
- Lifetime access
The man behind this course is John Bura, the owner of the game development studio Mammoth Interactive, a company that produces XBOX 360, iPhone, iPad, Android, HTML 5, ad-games, and more. Bura has been programming games since 1997 and teaching since 2002, and he’s going to share his knowledge with you with this comprehensive course.
This course won’t just show you how to add Xcode skills to your resumé, it will show you how to get your app idea to developers – and to the App Store – as soon as possible. If you have an app idea and you want to learn an in demand skill, then Ultimate Xcode for iOS Apps Course is for you. Get it in the VB Store today.
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