I've worked with many mobile developers over the years and one common thread is the process of solving the same problems all over again. Everyone is building an Uber clone, a social media app, a restaurant ordering app or some other common template.
Even if you aren't it is very likely you are building a variation of the same idea e.g. one of my friends startups defines itself as air b&b for eating at peoples homes... This is pretty common even for corporate applications where we redo the same ideas we did last time and solve the problems again.
So I decided I should create a "cookbook". A set of recipes for creating full featured apps from start to finish without skimping on a single detail!
I cover the full stack which is rare in the Java world. We go into the server side, the client side, deployment to the stores, server provisioning in the cloud, database creation, UI design, adapting the design, working with photoshop, coding, security and every other aspect you can think of in this cookbook.
Besides the immense value currently within the course material you will also get all future apps and recipes added to the course over the next two years for free. The value of the course today justifies its price tag but I already committed to post at least 1 new module every month for the next two years into the academy! That's 24 additional modules out of which we will have 8 new full blown apps starting with an Uber clone and a social network app...
Is this right for me?
If you want to build mobile apps in Java then: hell yes!
Even if the apps you build are completely different the ability to go thru the different pieces with real world examples makes the material more accessible. Even if you are a corporate developer who never has to setup the server backend for his application or cut a PSD file, understanding the mechanics involved will transform the way you work.
How does this fit with the other courses?
This course builds on top of Deep Dive into Mobile Development and takes that material to the next level with complete real world applications. On launch this course walks thru the process of building a full fledged app builder for the restaurant industry which is a huge and nuanced subject.
We don't shy away from server side, security, deployment and provisioning. The goal of this course is to help you build and ship an app quickly.
Over the next two years we will add at least 8 full tutorials with source code for building complete mobile apps. These tutorials will be exclusive to this course and won't be published anywhere else during that period!
We already announced that by January we will publish a complete tutorial for building an Uber style taxi hailing application with an interactive map for tracking the taxis. Following that we will release a Facebook style social media app again with the full tutorial related to that app.
While this material teaches Spring Boot from scratch and covers everything from design to deployment its main focus is on the client side. If you wish to learn more about server development check out this course from Baeldung.
Notice that if you arrived due to the special promotion it expired on July 3rd.
"The material was awesome and our instructor gave precious advice on making the process of app creation more efficient. This advice was applicable in my apps and improved them with subtle detail & nuance."
- Rémi Tournier, Founder, ByeBye Crottoir GO!
Shai has 25 years of professional software development experience and has worked with Java since it's inception. He was a member of the first team at Sun working on bringing Java to mobile phones and has been in the forefront of that industry since then.
He is the co-founder of Codename One which is the only write once run anywhere tool that allows Java developers to build native iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android, Windows apps with a single code base.