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Create apps from scratch with HTML5 for beginners

HTML5 for beginners

There’s an app for pretty much anything you can think of, but if your app isn’t out there yet what are you waiting for? Start creating apps for iOS and Android with HTML5 for beginners for just $9.

This beginner-friendly tutorial will take you step-by-step through the app development process. In five and a half hours you’ll advance from building the structure in HTML5 to supplementing it in jQuery and JavaScript. It’s the perfect launching point if you’ve got plans for the next Pokemon Go or Twitter.

Build and publish two functioning apps.

If you enjoy learning from hands-on experience, this learning kit is perfect for you. During the online tutorials, you’ll develop and publish two working apps from scratch. App development builds upon itself, so once you master HTML5 you’ll be adding user interfaces in jQuery before you know it. Javascript tutorials will help you to create a more dynamic and exciting experience too.

The first app you’ll learn to develop focuses on cooking and recipes, but if cooking isn’t your game, the app could be about anything. The second app is a photo-sharing app so you can share your recipes or other passions with the world.

HTML5 for beginners highlights:

  • Learn to create Android apps with just five and a half hours of instruction.
  • Use HTML5 to create forms and implement videos.
  • Polish your apps with jQuery and Javascript.
  • Publish your cooking and photo-sharing apps to the Google Play Store.

Every great app starts with a single line of code, and every programmer starts with just one lesson. This HTML5 learning kit retails for $100, but you can grab it right now for only $9. This is a chance to start developing the next Uber or Instagram, and who knows where it’ll take you.

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Source of the article – Android Authority