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Cross-platform Desktop App Development for Windows Mac Linux

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Product is rated as #8 in category Desktop Apps

Create cross–platform desktop applications from scratch and start selling them in the Mac App Store and Windows App Store

Last course update: March 25th 2019

Are you looking to build real–world Desktop cross–platform applications? Maybe you want to create a new side–project Desktop app which can run on Windows, Mac, and Linux to get some extra income or you want to get more clients by being able to publish their app to the three primary operating systems.
Either way, you’re in the right place.

I ve created this course around a single goal: Turning you into a professional Cross–platform developer capable of developing and deploying real–world production desktop applications for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Multi–platform is becoming more and more popular. Coding an application once and having it run everywhere will allow you to implement new apps for you or your clients quickly.
Cross–platform means creating maintainable apps, not worrying about each operating system needs.

Get better job opportunities by offering cross–platform desktop app development.

This course is entirely project–based. From the very beginning, you’ll be hands–on programming from a simple Hello World app to a complete from start to finish Workout Timer application.

There’s no copying–and–pasting here.

This course is about writing code and building projects.
You will be programming a complete Workout Timer cross–platform application ready to submit to the Mac App Store and Microsoft Windows App Store.

Instructor Details

I love creating software and teaching how to be more successful. Currently, I work at Xing creating software for millions of people. I've worked in other big and successful companies like Softonic, Honda or Fnac creating websites, apps, designs, and software. I really enjoy teaching people new skills so they can improve their lives. All my life I've been surrounded by computers. As a child, my father - who was a programmer back then - introduced me to the world of computing, which marked me forever. Years later, after hours and hours in front of computers, I am dedicated to my passion: code. I try to do my best to achieve the best result day by day.

Specification: Cross-platform Desktop App Development for Windows Mac Linux

Duration

7 hours

Year

2017

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Diggy

    so I’ve done more than half of the course. I’ve already built my first crossplatform application thanks to the first modules. I’m working on windows and Adria cares about all the things needed for mac and windows development, so for now the course is perfect and I’m learning a lot. I did a search in the past for a complete crossplatform development course and couldn’t find any so I’m very happy that this course offers all that I need. update: I’ve finished the course now and I can start creating applications which I’ll be able to publish following the course process and tips. Very complete course

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  2. Pietro Bisignano

    Corso dall’approccio molto pratico. Molto interessante ed efficace.

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  3. Ahmed Al Qutite

    very nice

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  4. Adrian Herrera

    excellent course, and the instructor is quick to respond to problems his students have. I definitely would recommend to anyone interested in learning cross platform development with Electron Shell.

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  5. Amilete Gar an

    So far the course is good, I’ve been following the videos and I’ve managed to do everything. I’m still checking the lessons but so far I’m happy with the course and instructor

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  6. Gerardo cisma

    Buen curso gran aplicacion de tecnicas

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  7. Bec Whiteman

    Great course, easy to follow great place to start when looking into cross platform applications. Now onto building my first cross platform app : )

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  8. Ashaq A Mir

    clear concepts and no cluter

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  9. Joe Vaughan

    I’m about half way through the course. If I could turn back time, I would not have purchased this course. The author speaks better American English than many, but there are many times, when I can’t understand what is being said. Sadly, the auto translation comes up with worse fits for words than I thought. For example, it said ‘death toll’ and ‘terrorists’, and this has nothing to do with either of those. The reason it gets fewer stars is because there is a greater foundation needed for this. A basic to intermediary understanding of object oriented programming is needed. *Many* items are glossed over, which are critical for new beginners to understand. The instructor should have mentioned the short comings of this approach. This is designed for javascript or webpage design. For this to be a primary design for desktop computers, there’s a huge disadvantage in programming and graphics. This is for very basic applications that might be applicable to all three platforms, but no applications that are likely to earn any money. I’m on the fence as to wondering if its worth my time to finish the series. Mr. Jimenez is a good communicator and knows his stuff, but he’s not teaching enough theory on ‘why’ things work. He ‘glides’ quickly through things that are not well understood. I know html, javascript, and css from the ‘old days’, but this evolution is far beyond my current knowledge, and turning a ‘webpage’ into a ‘desktop’ application seems like a Frankenstein approach that will produce an app that will never sell. So, I’d change my 2 1/2 to just 2. This is all very interesting, but I doubt people can produce a marketable app from this method. It’s just javascript, html and css ‘visiting’ the desktop platform. I had hopes but not any more.

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  10. Hartmut Schirmacher

    Ich werde ungeduldig, er redet zu viel um die eigentliche Sache herum

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  11. Elroy Jetson

    Good basic intro on installs. lets continue…

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  12. Siddhartha Shyam Vyas

    Its a lovely experience so far! I am glad and very happy that I am learning something which I couldn’t imagine I could ever have like this. Its a very detail oriented class, explains every stuff in detail, leaving no stone unturned

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