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I'm taking Rob's course with absolutely no prior experience. A good week later it feels like I know HTML and CSS like the back of my hand." — Jonathan M.
Who knew that learning how to start coding was this simple. The course is clear, concise, and loaded with extras!! Thanks a ton! — Raheim Smith
Even when the course gets a bit complicated, there's always the Discussion forum where Rob as well as other students are actively helping each other. This course is not to be missed. — Ingrid S.
Rob is an excellent teacher and uses simple terms of speech all throughout the course. — Ankit Rawat
I have been very impressed with the course material and the crystal clear explanation of concepts. Any beginner who opts for this course will feel enriched at the time of course completion. — Shiva Rajagopal
I'm a Copywriter in a Digital Agency, I was searching for courses that'll help me broaden my skill set. Before signing up for Rob's course I tried many web development courses, but no course comes close to this course. — Shivram
Easy to pick up & quick to get running with, the course has given me a great start into programming. — Peter Greaves

iOS Apps Roundup

We’ve seen quite a few iOS apps submitted in the last few weeks from students of the iOS Developer Course. It’s a shame we can’t feature them all. Check out a few of the apps we’ve managed to feature!

Daddy Alphabet

An easy and fdaddyalphabetun way to introduce alphabets to your toddler associating a letter of the alphabet with the sound of a parents voice in their own time. Parents can record 5 seconds of audio for an alphabet letter. Your child can then tap, swipe, and drag through the alphabet letters. It makes a lot of fun for the kids when they can view the alphabets, followed by an image of the word beginning with that alphabet and listen to the audio recorded by their parents.

Get Daddy Alphabet from the App Store.

 

Badger Bug

badgerbugDo you have a tendency to put boring or difficult things off? Taxes, repairs, calls to plumbers, veterinarians or distant family? The Badger Bug application will bug you to accomplish today what you were deferring until tomorrow! Enter or dictate the task you are constantly putting off, then press START.  It will send to your phone, or your Apple Watch repeated reminders to get it done!  The Friendly Badger has three different levels of intensity, and a lot of encouraging words for you. You can suspend the Badger if you are too busy or unable to complete the task due to physical or mental circumstances. Once you get back, just resume, and the Badger will report for duty.   Get Badger Bug here.

 

Meet Score

meetscoreDesigned for Gymnast coaches MeetScore is a gymnastics meet tracker, which allows you to score both male and female gymnastics competitions. It provides options to post results to social media, email or text results to friends and family. MeetScore is iCloud enabled to ensure your data is backed up.

You can find out for about Meet Score and get it from the App Store with this link.

 

 

MemeTheVote

memethevoteWith the US elections on the horizon MemeTheVote is the easiest way to make the highest quality memes with your original ideas just in time for the election season. You can use your camera, Photo Library, or Yahoo search to find images.  You can share to email, messaging apps, and any social network that your phone recognizes (including Facebook, Instagram, twitter, even Slack!)  Copy your meme directly to Instagram and share from there.

Get MemeTheVote from here.

 

Electro Blast

ekectroblastA simple swipe game you experience the journey of an electron moving in a circuit.  Jump between three wires and stay away from the obstacles heading towards you collecting batteries where you can!

Have a look the game trailer on Facebook.

Get Electro Blast here.

 

 

To Do Next

todonextTo Do Next is a no-frills to do list app that keeps you on top of your most urgent tasks. Countdown to due date is now live & conveniently shown along with each item. Tap on item to reveal specifics. Add new item by clicking on + icon. Swipe left to edit an existing item, delete an item or cross it off by marking it done.

List is sorted by the most urgent (nearest due date) on top or you can choose to sort by name first then due date. Check our To Do Next!

Success Story – Aaron Janke

It’s always nice to hear about students who have found a job with the aid of taking a course. Aaron stumbled across a link for The Complete Web Developer Course on Youtube and now works for the company Deep Space Robots.

aaron_jankeMy name is Aaron Janke, and I was one of your students in your Complete Web Developer Course back in mid 2015, and absolutely loved it. Coming from a background in anything but coding, I followed a link from a YouTube ad, and stumbled into your course – how glad I am that I did!
I fought through the material and, sure, it was crazy difficult at times. I never felt, however, that I wasn’t moving forward, wasn’t growing, and my confidence in web development slowly grew. After completing your course, I purchased several domains on ecowebhosting.co.uk that I could use to help me grow and continue learning more about developing, and I sure used them like crazy! Bootstrap landing pages, WordPress sites, MySQL and PHP projects – I couldn’t stop!
Fast-forward a few months to Christmas time last year, and I landed an interview with a startup web development company. He hired me on the spot based on the bootstrap project I built in your course, gave me a full time job, and has been crazy good to me since then. I now have financial freedom, I can work from anywhere (and I mean anywhere – I’ve learned that some places are more easier than others ) and I am now looking at the future in a new way.

I am constantly blown away by how much this industry has changed – and continues to change – me, and I keep coming back to that course I took last year as the foundation for it all. Without a doubt, there is NO way I would be here without your help. Because of this, I wanted to write and say thank you. You are amazing, and I wanted to encourage you and say that what you are doing is making a difference.

Android App Roundup

It has been a while since we featured an article of some of the app students of The Complete Android Developer Course have created so I thought it would be nice to feature a few published apps so people can see what other students have published. Unfortunately it’s not possible to feature every app from students so here are just a few.

Easy Graph

easygraphThe app description describes the app as being a simple tool to aid users in visualizing any quadratic or linear equation in the form of a simple graph. And you can tell the developer has spent some time planning how the app interacts with the user. Getting a easy user interaction experience is much harder than it sounds for apps like these.

You can get the app here.

 

 

Dino Dash

dinodashA simple scrolling game where you control a dinosaur and shoot at on coming Pterodactyls (flying dinosaurs) while you jump in the air. The aim of the game is just to accumulate as many points as you can. It looks to be a good app to kill some time.

You can get Dino Dash with this link.

 

 

Flabby Burp

flappyburpYou’ve heard of Flappy Bird, this is Flappy Burp. The game is an obvious adaption of the popular app and taken from the lectures of The Complete Android Developer Course but with a twist! You have to avoid the coming hoard of fast food which approaches Burp.

Get Flappy Burp here.

 

 

Meteoroid Breaker

meteoroidbreakerA simple but fun game, Meteoroid Breaker is a game that tests the users. Quite simple to play, you just  break the hovering meteoroid by tapping on screen and moving your meteoroid forward before you fall on the ground. I can see people playing this game for hours on end. Not bad at all for a first app!

You can get Meteoroid Breaker here.

 

 

Down Up Challenge

downupThe is an fitness app for working the core. You choose an exercise from the app menu, set a time on how long you want to perform the exercise for and it takes you through the motion of when to go down and when to come back up. A professional looking app, there are two versions. The free version just gives you push ups only as an exercise while the paid version gives you a few more exercise variations such as leg raises, squats and a circuit randomiser.

Get Down Up Challenge from this link.

iOS9 App Roundup

Here’s another round up of some apps published by students of the iOS 9 Developer Course. If you have published an app let us know by email, Facebook or Twitter!

 

Pho Shizzle

phoshizzleFor those who don’t know, Pho is a Vietnamese noodle dish. The app is designed as a one stop app which will display all venues which serves Pho near the user and provides the reviews from online sites like Yelp, Zomato and Google. So you have all the reviews at your finger tips and can decide where to eat! A must have app for all Pho lovers. You can get the app here.

 

 

 

DEA Check

DEA CheckAimed to make life easier for pharmacy technicians in North America, the purpose of this app is to check that the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) number provided by a doctor is legitimate for prescriptions and not forgeries. Looks very easy to use! This app can be purchased from the App Store.

 

 

 

Bar Routlette

bar routletteIf you want to go out for a few drinks but are not sure where then this is the ideal app! Bar Roulette will choose a highly rated bar from ratings from sites like Uber, Yelp and Foursquare and present you with a destination. The author of the app claims that the app will work anywhere in the world where Uber, Yelp and Foursquare are available. So this app would be great to use in a new town or city. Check out Bar Roulette from the App Store.

 

 

Plan D – Daily planning. Reinvented

plannerA daily planner which outlines your daily routines. You can quickly enter your jobs for the day and receive a reminder for when it is due.

You can get Daily Planner Reinvented from here.

 

 

 

 

Simple BP

simple BPIf you take your blood pressure on a regular basis then this is a very useful app. Simple BP will allow you to track your systolic and diastolic measurements readings from over time. It not only logs the results but can present the results in graph format so you can have a glance of the historic results.

Get simple BP from the App Store here.

Success Story – Francisco Quintana

There are lots of reasons why people decide to do a online coding course. Some do it just for fun or hobby, some are looking for a change in careers. Francisco decided to take the Complete Web Developer Course to enhance his own career!

francisco quintanaI took the web developer course because of my job in digital marketing. I work on the analytics team. And one of the skills a analytics professional should have is knowing how to program and how the web environment works. I had done the swift IOS 8 programming course and I found it enjoyable so I decided to do this course.
After taking the javascript and jQuery part of the course. I delved deeper into javascript. Your explanations helped me to create a script that helped solve a problem that people were having at the office with one of our daily duties. The problem was that the client’s analytics software couldn’t send the traffic source information to a CRM system. What I did was create a javascript code. That will create a cookie and in that cookie it will store the original traffic source of the user. After that it will send that cookie’s value to the CRM system. I managed to create a reusable piece of code that made our job easier the entire team can use.
Your course taught me about FTP and working with APIs. Our developer team got very busy and completed a task using FTP by the deadline. I mentioned to the project manager that I know how to use FTP. Within 2 hours I had updated the client’s site with the new code and took the workload off our dev team. They were very happy.
Finally our team as been trying to work with Google APIs for quite some time. Most people on the team are marketers not tech people. After taking your course and getting a basic understanding of how to work with APIs. I managed to build a client side web application using one of Google’s API. This web application helped automate a very tedious task of copy and pasting. Our old method we average 3 days to complete these tasks. With the web application now working we got it done in a matter of hours, because now the process is automated.
I work for a digital marketing agency called Jellyfish in the UK. And here are a couple examples of websites I made and I have a new one coming soon.
I am still no expert but I believe I have a solid base to build off.
Tips for future courses:
 
Keep up the challenges they really make a difference.
Making big projects like the BBC website or the secret diary are really good. Because your building something that you can use in the real world. I find when I build real world projects that I use I learn more.
I know your very busy but I would love to do a course on python from you. Or something related to data science, like SQL, R and of course using python data libraries
I will without a doubt be signing up for more courses from you, like the android course and maybe node.js course you have.
Thanks for everything and keep you the amazing work.

Thanks Francisco! Students will be pleased to know that The Complete Web Developer 2.0 course does now have a new section about Python and more coding challenges!