In 2018, it's estimated that there will be over 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. This means that companies who want to stay relevant don't just need websites; they need apps. Having mobile development skills also comes with the perk that if you can build apps for others, you can build and sell your own as well–so it's an ideal career path for aspiring entrepreneurs.
One interesting direction that mobile apps are headed in is augmented reality. Apps like Pokémon Go and the upcoming Harry Potter: Wizards Unite game engage with the real world, blending technology and reality
Average salary: $97K (with starting salaries as high as $75K)
It's one of LinkedIn’s skills that companies need the most in 2018 (ranked #9).
At the time of writing there are 48,215 mobile developer jobs posted on Glassdoor.
The global app economy is predicted to be worth $6.3 trillion by 2021, up from $1.3 trillion in 2016.
The future of mobile development goes beyond phones: wearable technologies, the Internet of Things, beacon technology, increase in use of VR/AR, and more.
build 12 real-world projects to showcase to potential employers (including full Objective-C app, diary app, movie night app), learn Swift & Objective-C to build apps for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and Apple TV
Course Name: iOS Developer.
Training Fee: RM420 / USD$100
Mode of training: Live online training
Skill level: Beginner
Training is conducted with minimum of 5 students per class
Collaborate with others in an exclusive Slack channel, build real-world apps, and receive expert project reviews and feedback.