Coding Bootcamps

I want to develop a mobile app for Android and IOs – which route should I take?

It is not cost effective to do both Android and IOS training – as you have to learn both the Java for Android and the C++ / Swift for IOs. RememberĀ If you do a standard front-end in HTML5 / Bootstrap or Ionic, your app runs on both Android and IOS via the browser on your mobile phone. If you do not want your apps to run via the browser, but natively, then consider Ionic which will generate your app natively for both Android and IOs.

But you need a bit of groundwork before you get there – here are the different routes
If you are a complete beginner you must first do:
Intro To Programming

Bootcamps to choose from (Java / PHP / Python / .NET / JavaScript):

Levels Java Bootcamp PHP Bootcamp Python Bootcamp .NET Bootcamp JavaScript Bootcamp Front-End Bootcamp
Fundamentals Java Beginner PHP Beginner Python Beginner C#.NET Beginner JavaScript Beginner HTML / CSS
Advanced Topics and Apply Java Advanced PHP Advanced Python Advanced C#.NET Advanced JavaScript Advanced with HTML5 Wordpress
Database and Querying SQL SQL SQL SQL SQL SQL
Web Framework (a) Spring (a) Laravel (a) Django (a) ASP.NET MVC (a) Angular HTML 5 / CSS3 / Bootstrap
Web Framework (b) Spring (b) Laravel (b) Django (b) ASP.NET MVC (b) Node.JS JavaScript
Web Framework (c) HTML5 / JavaScript / Bootstrap HTML5 / JavaScript / Bootstrap HTML5 / JavaScript / Bootstrap HTML5 / JavaScript / Bootstrap MEAN Stack Angular
Then:

Android / IOs / Ionic

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