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Mobile Developer

Learn to design, develop, test, and publish apps for mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. Use programming languages and tools to create both iOS and Android apps. More than 7,000 companies in the US are dedicated to building mobile apps for businesses, and thousands more employ mobile developers to create apps for internal use. Typical duties of a Mobile Developer include:

  • Working with multiple programming languages and operating systems.
  • Collaborating with product design teams and engineers.
  • Testing, debugging, and improving applications.
  • Building and testing prototypes.
  • Participating in user focus groups and beta tests.
  • Submitting apps to public app stores for deployment.

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6 month At 6hr/week
192 Lessons
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Winning in the Job Market

As people increasingly rely on mobile devices to get things done, the demand for mobile app developers will increase accordingly. The successful Mobile Developer works in both the iOS and Android platforms and participates on a team that includes users experience designers, back-end server developers, and quality assurance engineers. More than 700,000 Mobile Developer jobs exist today, growing to nearly a Million jobs by 2029.

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$59,000
$75,000
$130,000

Average Mobile Developer salary

In the United States of October 2020

  • Junior — $59,000
  • Middle — $75,000
  • Senior — $130,000

Highway to Your Future

Mobile Developer

Develop expertise to design, create, and deploy simple and engaging mobile applications that run on smartphones, tablets, and laptops. For the first time, more advertising dollars are spent on mobile apps than on TV. Users can find millions of apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The demand for mobile developers will grow by 30% in the next decade.

Use the popular programming languages Objective-C, Swift, and Java to write mobiles apps to be used by consumers and businesses.

Your Learning Track (192 videos 71 hours)

  • Complete Android Development
    98 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 1 of 29: Get Started
      2 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 2 of 29: Development Intro
      5 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 3 of 29: Android Ins and Outs
      4 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 4 of 29: Quiz Application
      5 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 5 of 29: Connect to the Web
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 6 of 29: Trivia Application
      5 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 7 of 29: Persistence Shared Prefs
      5 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 8 of 29: Persistence and Database
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 9 of 29: Listview and RecyclerView
      4 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 10 of 29: Baby Needs App
      4 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 11 of 29: More Baby Needs App
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 12 of 29: Android Room
      5 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 13 of 29: Location and Maps
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 14 of 29: More Location and Maps
      2 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 15 of 29: Earthquake App
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 16 of 29: Finish Earthquake App
      2 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 17 of 29: Android Media
      4 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 18 of 29: Android Animation
      5 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 19 of 29: Fragments in Android
      2 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 20 of 29: More Fragments in Android
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 21 of 29: Realtime Database
      4 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 22 of 29: Journal Application
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 23 of 29: Setup Journal Post Screen
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 24 of 29: List Activity and RecycleView Adapter
      2 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 25 of 29: UI Issues
      2 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 26 of 29: Drawing in Android
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 27 of 29: Machine Learning
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 28 of 29: Android Tools and Monetizing
      3 videos
    • Complete Android Development, Part 29 of 29: Publishing Apps
      3 videos
  • SwiftUI
    36 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 1 of 10: Build First App
      2 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 2 of 10: Swift Language
      3 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 3 of 10: More Swift Language
      6 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 4 of 10: Lists in SwiftUI
      3 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 5 of 10: Build a NoDo App
      3 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 6 of 10: List and Parsing
      3 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 7 of 10: Custom Cell and Format
      3 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 8 of 10: Animations and Improve App
      5 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 9 of 10: Design Complex UI
      4 videos
    • SwiftUI, Part 10 of 10: Weather App
      4 videos
  • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart
    58 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 1 of 16: Installation
      3 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 2 of 16: Introduction to Dart
      4 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 3 of 16: Operators
      5 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 4 of 16: Introduction to Classes
      4 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 5 of 16: Collections
      3 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 6 of 16: Flutter
      3 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 7 of 16: Tip Calculator App
      4 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 8 of 16: Movie App Part 1
      3 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 9 of 16: Movie App Part 2
      2 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 10 of 16: Intro to UI
      5 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 11 of 16: HTTP
      4 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 12 of 16: Weather Forecast Application
      3 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 13 of 16: Weather Forecast Application Continued
      3 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 14 of 16: Google Maps
      5 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 15 of 16: Firestore Project
      4 videos
    • Mobile Development with Flutter and Dart, Part 16 of 16: Finishing Up
      3 videos
Mobile Developer

Services for Success

  • Mentor support
  • Real-world projects from industry experts
  • Project feedback from working professionals
  • Interview preparation
  • Resume services

Pathway to Your Dream Job

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Modern courses and learning activities in state-of-the-art technologies prepare you for your new career. An extensive video library forms the heart of the training process, supported by an automated Learning Assistant and a personal Career Advisor to help you achieve certifications and core competencies.

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An internship provides hands-on, real-world practice using your newly gained skills on projects defined by industry experts, adding practical experience to your resume. Labs, periodic Master Classes, and access to an Online Professional Community allow you to solidify your technical expertise.

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Take advantage of job acquisition services, such as Resume Creator and Online Reputation Builder to boost your search for your dream job. An Interview Coach prepares you for that crucial interaction with targeted employers, giving you a head start over the competition.

Arriving at Journey’s End

Learn

As a Mobile Developer, you will learn to create applications for both the Android and iOS platforms. Design, code, and test apps for smartphones and tablets that utilize real-time databases, graphics, animations, interactive forms, and machine learning using such tools as Swift, Flutter, and Dart.

Average Time

On average, successful students take seven months to complete this program.

Benefits Include

  • Built-in Learning Assistant keeps you on track and on target
  • Real-world projects from industry experts put you in the fast lane
  • Technical mentors accelerate your progress
  • Personal career coach and services help you cross the finish line

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