- Ngoc Huynh
People are spending more time on their smartphones than ever before; it’s a trend expected to progress even further over the next few years. As it stand right now, we spend more time looking at our smartphones than our televisions.
One of the reasons we engage with our smartphones so much now is the number of apps we find useful or entertaining in our daily lives. Twitter can distract us while we wait for the train, and when the train takes us underground, we open up CandyCrush to play until we arrive at our destination. But you don’t just have to be a user of these applications; if you put in the time and effort, you can start developing them and eventually, maybe you’ll be the creator of the next Angry Birds or Evernote.
If you have the desire to get started in the field of app development, and you prefer Android products to Apple, Udemy is currently offering a class entitled The Complete Android Developer Course — Build 21 Apps. The course is aimed at those brand new to app development and takes students through the fundamentals of Java programming used in building Android apps. From there, students will create apps along with the instructor so they can learn by doing.
The Complete Android Developer Course – Build 21 Apps, $15 (originally $199), available at Amazon.
Source : http://www.businessinsider.com/