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Deal: React Native app development course going for $15 (usually $30)

React Native lets you build professional-grade apps quickly and easily. It's becoming increasingly popular since it can be used to make Android or iOS apps.
September 11, 2016
Update: This deal was previously available at $10, but that promotion has since expired. However, you can still take advantage of a 50% off promo using the updated code noted below.

React Native is a development platform designed by Facebook to make building apps faster and easier. React is used by a growing number of businesses to build in-house apps, and its popularity is making it one of the more lucrative app creation platforms. Now is your chance to get in on the action.

Udemy is currently having a sale on one of their React Native app creation courses. Even if you don’t have any programming experience, this course will have you building professional feeling apps in as little time as a single day (provided you have absolutely nothing else to do).

Have an idea for an Android app but don't know how to develop it?

The reason for this sale is because the course is still under development. Once it’s fleshed out into its full form, we expect the price to rise to somewhere in the $100-$200 range we normally see these kinds of courses going for. However, since students get lifetime access to all course materials – even those that haven’t been added yet – now might be the ideal time to sneak in your registration.

Right now, the course focuses on developing iOS apps. However, since React Native works with Android, the vast majority of this information is transferrable. Indeed, what makes React native so popular is that it allows developers to build apps across platforms – from Android, to iOS, and soon to Smart TV’s and smartwatches – without loss of quality.

To start learning at this basement-tier price, click the button below to head over to Udemy. Use the code ANDROIDA15 when you check out to lock in the $15 promotional rate.

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