Developers of mobile apps are in high demand. And it’s no wonder given the app stats:
According to Statista, in 2015 the total revenue generated across all mobile operating systems was about $70 billion; in 2016 this number reached $88 billion. By 2020 the combined mobile app revenue will reach a staggering $189 billion.
Also from Statista: There were 197 billion downloads of mobile apps in 2017. In 2021, this figure will reach 350 billion.
Adults in the U.S. spend three hours 15 minutes a day using their smartphone, reports eMarketer. This is almost one hour longer, compared to the data in 2013.
According to AppAnnie, there are 498,000 app publishers in the App Store and 968,000 app publishers on Google Play.
Pew Research Center reports that 77 percent of Americans own smartphones, compared to 35 percent in 2013.
About 42 percent of all purchases on Black Friday in 2017 were made using mobile devices, says Localytics.com.
Get In The App Game
Tonex offers many courses (including a certification course) in Mobile App Development Training that give students the skills needed to develop mobile applications for various platforms, ensure that they meet the demands of mobile use, and offer safety from recognized mobile technology attacks.
Participants learn how to develop mobile apps that work across a variety of platforms. A key point for an app developer to succeed is to understand all the material needed for mobile app development for different platforms and apply the knowledge to real world application phase. A professional app developer is supposed to understand the basics of Java, C#, HTML and Objective-C (Recently Swift Programming) in order to be able to design an app which works with all the platforms.
Mobile App Development Training includes:
- Introduction to Mobile App Development
- Getting Started with Apps and App Toolkits
- Improving Your App Development Skills
- Basics of Programming Languages Applied
- Adding Customized Behaviors
- Publishing Your App
- Recommended Resources and Next Steps
Expect to Learn:
- How to refine and enhance mobile architecture and frameworks.
- Common and relevant mobile architecture frameworks and how to use them in diagnosing and assessing mobile architectures.
- Infrastructure design, security, performance and technology build activities.
- Troubleshooting, diagnosing and support for mobile application development.
- How to develop mobile web applications for iPhone, Android and other mobile platforms.
A Few of the Many Objectives:
- Understand how to use other technologies including cloud computing and social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
- Learn how to work with web services.
- Develop the skills required to create applications using HTML5, jQuerry Mobile and PhoneGap.
- Understand mobile development challenges including memory and processor limitations, intermittent network access and limited battery power.
- Develop skills for processes for mobile software engineering.
Who Benefits from this Training
The Mobile Apps Development Training courses are perfect for anyone interested in the design, development, or use of mobile device applications, games, multimedia or utilities. In addition to students, others who should attend include web and mobile developers, mobile designer, testers, QA, system administrators, engineers who want to learn mobile app development and vendors who will develop mobile apps.
Why Choose Tonex?
–Presenting highly customized learning solutions is what we do. For over 30 years Tonex has worked with organizations in improving their understanding and capabilities in topics often with new development, design, optimization, regulations and compliances that, frankly, can be difficult to comprehend.
–Ratings tabulated from student feedback post-course evaluations show an amazing 98 percent satisfaction score.
–Reasonably priced classes taught by the best trainers is the reason all kinds of organizations from Fortune 500 companies to government’s most important agencies return for updates in courses and hands-on workshops.
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