Mobile Development

Mobile apps are revolutionizing how we think, learn, communicate and act every day. For that reason, mobile dev techniques are ever-changing. With new training daily from expert authors, Pluralsight ensures you can learn the latest in mobile dev, whether you’re building for Android, iOS or Windows.

Courses
Ionic has established itself as one of the most popular open source frameworks for building cross-platform mobile apps. In this course, Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2, Angular 2, and TypeScript, you'll see how to quickly get up and running with Ionic 2, and you will build a complete app from...
In this course, you will see how to take advantage of mobile device hardware using new API's in ActionScript 3.0. You'll see how you can produce apps and publish them for mobile devices. Software required: Animate CC.
Have you ever wanted to speed up your workflow in UI mobile design in Adobe Photoshop? If so, this course, Photoshop CC Basics: Mobile UI Design, is the perfect course for you. In this course, you will find out how to use the newest Photoshop CC 2015 features to speed up your workflow. First,...
Overwhelmed with the task of designing a responsive online shopping experience? If you're used to working in a static creative process, this course Design for e-Commerce in a Mobile-first World, will ease you in to designing in-browser. First you'll use a stable of online tools to generate...
This course covers every objective from the Mobile Devices domain of the CompTIA 220-901 certification exam. This is the fourth course in a series of five courses to prepare you for the CompTIA A+ 220-901 certification exam. Please see http://blog.pluralsight.com/...
Most of us build typical business web sites using ASP.NET Web Forms. We are now being asked to build these as mobile-aware web sites. Using Bootstrap is a great place to start and Web Forms can do all of this - without having to learn MVC. This course will teach you how to build business...
In this InDesign tutorial, we'll learn the different content and behaviors of 14 app components across Android and iOS platforms. We'll start by looking at the guidelines for both Android and iOS apps. From there, we'll look at various components of each platform and see how they compare with...