To go with my new Apple Watch Kickstarter, I’ve put together a 16-minute video on how to make an Apple Watch app. We’ll see how to add buttons and labels to your app, and make a simple guessing game similar to the ‘How Many Fingers’ app in my Complete Web Developer Course.
I hope you enjoy making your first Apple Watch app!
Ever since the first iPhone came out when I was 6, I have been fascinated by its capabilities. I just had to get my hands on an iPhone. Of course, back then I was much too young to own an iPhone. Years passed, and on my 11th birthday I got an iPad. I was satisfied for the moment, but as more years passed my friends were all getting their own iPhones, so I just knew I had to get one. My dad refused to buy me one, since our family already owned three iPads, and I had a LG840G which was an extremely rudimentary phone.
Then, I heard about the iPhone 6 coming out in September of 2014 and I had to get it! So I asked my dad if he’d buy me one, and he replied that I had to prove that I deserved one.
I’ve struggled with blurry text when screencasting with Camtasia on my Macbook Air 11″, but figured out a neat way to get everything super-sharp. The video below will guide you through it. Enjoy!
Yesterday I set myself the challenge of creating a Udemy course in 30 days. I spent most of the morning outlining the course structure (a post on that coming soon), then spent a bit of time on the Udemy site and Facebook group chatting with course developers there and working out what equipment I would need.
Udemy.com is an online learning platform where anyone can create their own courses. I’ve set myself the challenge of putting together a full Web Development course in 30 days, and will be posting regular updates here.