Learn the art of building amazing web apps with the Master Web Apps Video Course [Deals]


HTML5 is a language that is designed to work on all platforms. That means you can code your app or website and it will work on mobile devices, tables and computers. The best part is that you can put these HTML 5 apps right into an Xcode project – meaning you can design and program an HTML 5 app and upload it to the App Store – without having to write more than a couple lines of code in Objective-C. You won’t find a more efficient way to publish your hit app idea – and Cult of Mac Deals has a video course on sale that will help you deliver the goods!

With over 12 hours of content, the Master Web Apps Video Course will show you how to code in HTML 5 and deploy it to a native environment. Right now you can can get this course from Cult of Mac Deals for just $69 – a savings of 86%!

Once your app is complete, this course also shows you how to upload to the App Store. This gives you an opportunity to make an app and release it to the App Store without losing any functionality.

John Bura, the man behind this course, has been programming games since 1997 and teaching since 2002. John is the owner of the game development studio Mammoth Interactive. This company produces XBOX 360, iPhone, iPad, android, HTML 5, ad-games and more.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this course:

  • You’ll learn how to code in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and jQuery Mobile
  • You’ll learn how to make and prototype web apps
  • You’ll learn how to put these web apps into a native Xcode App
  • You’ll learn how to upload these apps to the App Store

This course is a must-watch if you like learning quickly and effectively. So don’t delay. Get it for only $69 from Cult of Mac Deals today!

Learn the art of building amazing web apps with the Master Web Apps Video Course [Deals]

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