Creating Apps - The Guide for Ordinary People

Have you ever had that wonderful idea for an app and wished you could take it further?
How can someone with no technical skills enter this exciting new market and create their first app?
This book is a guide for non-programmers to learn how to create and publish their own mobile apps.
Understanding the process is the key and this guide will cover that process from start to finish. More

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Words: 38,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458183057
About Jacqueline D. Anderson

Is an artist, writer, world traveller, who has lived in many places - from New York to San Francisco to Geneva, Switzerland.

This self-proclaimed appaholic who loves creativity in all forms, obtained an art degree then turned to the IT world for a day job. Thus began a lifelong interest in technology.

Starting her career as a programmer, she moved on to business analysis, functional design, and finally to project management. In 2005, she formed her own company to work as an independent consultant for software implementations.

Now, she is happily attempting to satisfy the artist and the geek inside by creating mobile phone apps.

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