Learn how to develop web applications with the MEAN stack: MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js.
Learn how to build iOS and OS X apps using the Cocoa framework and the new Swift programming language.
Learn how to install and set up Ubuntu as your main operating system or on a virtual machine, navigate the desktop, and work with popular Linux desktop programs.
Find out what Windows Store developers need to know to start developing apps with Visual Studio 2013.
Add data storage, email and SMS messaging, and push notifications to your Windows Store apps with Windows Azure.
Get the tools you need, learn what an Objective-C program looks like, and get your first code up and running.
Take a tour of the new features in Xcode 5 and what they mean for your iOS and OS X development workflow.
Get started programming with Visual Basic using Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows Desktop.
Learn to design and build a Live Tile to represent your app on the Windows Phone Start screen.
Learn a basic level of fluency with MATLAB, the programming language of choice for scientists and engineers for statistical analysis.
Get comfortable in Visual Studio, the full-featured app development environment from Microsoft, and learn how to create a variety of projects, from websites to rich Internet applications.
Get started selling and or distributing your apps through the Windows Store.
Explores the major features of Xcode, the integrated development environment for developers of OS X and iOS apps.
Lays the groundwork for coding and distributing your very first app for Windows 8.
Shows how to pair XAML with Visual Basic to build a simple data-driven application.
Shows how to pair XAML with C# to build a simple data-driven application.
Reviews the history of version control and demonstrates its fundamental concepts: check-in/checkout, forking, merging, commits, and distribution.
Introduces the concepts behind Core Data, the object persistence framework used to manipulate and store data in iOS and OS X applications.
Build desktop applications for the Mac OS X by exploring the many frameworks and essential design patterns in Cocoa.
Shows app developers how to package and submit applications for sale through Apple's Mac App Store.
How to develop and deploy Flash-based native applications with Adobe AIR 2.
Adobe Certified Instructor David Gassner brings AJAX developers deeper into the functions and features of AIR 1.5 used with Dreamweaver CS4.
Web developers can learn to leverage their Flash, Flex, HTML, and AJAX skills to create multi-platform desktop applications in AIR.