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Universal App Development course for kids
What will you learn?
Introduction to Mobile App Development
In this module, you will learn the basics of mobile app development, including how to set up your development environment and create a simple app.
Building Your First PWA
Enhancing User Experience
In this module, you will learn how to enhance the user experience of your PWA, including how to add features such as offline support and push notifications.
Going Beyond the Browser
In this module, you will learn how to take your PWA beyond the browser by adding native functionality such as access to device hardware and integration with other apps.
Publishing Your PWA
In this module, you will learn how to publish your PWA so that it can be used by others, including how to choose a hosting platform and submit your app to app stores.
A universal app is an application that can be used on multiple platforms, including smartphones, tablets, and computers. Universal apps are designed to provide a consistent user experience across all devices, regardless of operating system or screen size.
What are the benefits of building a universal app?
Building a universal app has many benefits. Some of these benefits include the ability to reach a wider audience, the ability to use more open standards, and the ability to enjoy more freedom and flexibility.
What programming languages can I use to build a universal app?
How long does it take to build a universal app?
Different students may finish the course at different speeds, but on average it takes 50 hours to complete.
What is the end goal of this course?
The goal of this course is to teach students how to build progressive web applications that can run on all platforms. With this knowledge, students will be able to create apps that are more open and flexible, providing a great user experience.
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