It’s been a while since we published the last app showcase. Recently someone asked us why we can keep publishing programming tutorials. What motivates us to do that? Is it all about money? I admit we need to make money to keep this site running and publishing free stuff. But if money is just the primary motivation, we may not be able to keep doing it. There is something goes deeper. We love programming and we enjoy sharing what we know with others to help people learn iOS development. From time to time, we receive feedbacks like these:
“Just wanted to let you know that going through your Swift Book has allowed me to learn enough skills to have my first app accepted by Apple and available on the app store.” – Anthony
“Thank you for your information about developing for iOS using swift. I’ve got a lot of information and I learned such a lot of stuff reading your really excellent tutorials.” – Wilfried
“I wanted to thank you because your book is an amazing book to learn how to code. I am a 14 year old developer and now, with the help of your book, my second app is on the App Store!” – Antoine Bellanger
For anyone who teaches, the greatest satisfaction is to see the results of their work. It’s your support that motivates us to create better tutorials and inspires more people learn to code.
Okay, enough for us.
This week, we have Antoine Bellanger sharing his app development journey. He’s just 14 years old but has already released two apps on the App Store. He recently published his second app called What am I flying on. Keep reading to learn about his new app, what motivates him to learn programming and how he got started with iOS development.