A technical book teaching teens how to develop iOS apps from scratch without any technical knowledge necessary. Using real world examples, you'll learn all of the basics of iOS app development as written by an experienced teen programmer. By the end of the book you'll be able to submit your own app to the App Store! iOS App Development for Teens by Teens takes it slow. Assuming that you don't have any previous programming experience, the book starts off with an introduction to computer programming. After each chapter you'll understand programming a little better, and by the time you finish you'll be able to write code on your own!
* Go from app zero to app hero!
* No prior knowledge required!
* Program a variety of fun and easy to understand apps!
* Submit your own app to the iOS App Store! iOS 7+
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Chip Beck, a high school sophomore at the time of writing, wrote his first app in between his seventh and eighth grade year. His first app, a very basic calculator app, was published on the App Store when he was only thirteen. The amazing feeling of being published on the App Store encouraged Chip to continue with his app development. Through the years to come, Chip developed a total of fifteen apps independently while he founded Ch1pa Software and still went through a normal school life. When asked what kind of apps he makes, he jokes with a simple "Whatever comes to mind!" , and then shows his questioner a few apps that range from an anti-joke generator to an app developed in Simplified Chinese that incorporates a variety of Chinese social networks and messaging services. Chip lives in a small town in northwestern Pennsylvania with his parents and sister (who is away at college). Whenever Chip isn't coding or going to school, he is playing his saxophone and piano, playing tennis, performing in a musical, or sleeping.
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Book Description Ch1pa Books, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0991625609