Mobile App Development with Ionic and React - Idea to App Store | Michael Callaghan | Skillshare

Mobile App Development with Ionic and React - Idea to App Store

Michael Callaghan, Lead Ionic Developer

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22 Lessons (1h 26m)
    • 1. Introduction - Start Here

      3:04
    • 2. Intro to Tooling - macOS

      2:58
    • 3. Intro to Tooling - Windows

      2:04
    • 4. Intro to Tooling - Linux

      5:21
    • 5. Your First Ionic App

      3:41
    • 6. Gentle Introduction to TSX

      2:22
    • 7. Guided Tour of the App

      8:31
    • 8. One More Thing

      2:28
    • 9. @10Dance - The Demo App

      1:49
    • 10. Creating the New App

      1:35
    • 11. Modifying the Home Page

      5:02
    • 12. Adding the Roster Page

      1:55
    • 13. Custom Student Hook

      2:07
    • 14. Student Roster

      5:03
    • 15. Adding Functionality to the Student Roster

      6:39
    • 16. User Confirmation and Notification

      7:10
    • 17. Basic Navigation

      7:22
    • 18. Apply What You Have Learned

      1:45
    • 19. Creating an Xcode project with Capacitor

      4:43
    • 20. Running the Demo App on a Real iOS Device

      4:35
    • 21. Creating the AppStore App

      2:29
    • 22. Uploading to the App Store

      3:24

About This Class

This class will provide everything you need to go from nothing to a fully-deployed mobile app with Ionic Framework and React. The entire course is provided in "Chapters" to allow you time to digest and apply the information. Chapter 1 is all about getting your environment configured, creating a new project from a template, and then fleshing out the UI with pages and navigation. 

Overview 

The Ionic Framework is supported on a variety of desktop platforms. In this course, you will learn how to go from no code to your very own application ready for sale on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Unlike many courses that spend a lot of time on background, this course will be fast-paced, with a minimum of fuss and fluff. It's all hands-on.

Prerequisites

I expect you to have some basic understanding of web development. You should know what a div is, for example; and know how to create a button. You should have a decent grasp of JavaScript, but you don't need to be a master.

I don't expect you to have ever used React or the Ionic Framework, but it certainly won't hurt you if you have.

Concepts will be explained as needed, as close to their use as I can get.

Objective

By the time you finish the complete course, you should have the confidence you need to create and deploy your own mobile app for iOS or Android. It'll be a fast ride, so enroll now and hang on.

Work in Progress

This course is a work in progress. I plan to continue to upgrade and improve upon it from time to time, adding lessons and challenges where appropriate. If you think it's missing something, let me know, and the next update may contain your suggestions.

Companion Book

In addition to the course, I am providing a companion book, which you can order from Amazon.com here:

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https://amzn.to/2z0dmrn.