We’ve been busy! But first, thank you to everyone who has supported our tutorials/course on reskinning the Random Fact Generator: “Reskin an iOS App from Start to Finish.” We were somehow able to get almost 250 students in about a week, and 10 have already left 5 star reviews, which we’re very grateful for.

In my opinion, the one thing that really changed everything for us was taking the initiative to learn Xcode so that I could reskin apps quickly on my own. Relying on developers is incredibly risky and expensive. Even if you don’t have the time, having the knowledge of what really goes into reskinning an app will let you be able to talk to developers in their language, and they can’t rip you off. You’ll really know how many hours a specific task takes in Xcode. And I’m not just saying all this because we want to sell more courses. If this was all about money, we’d be matching the going rate of $400 per course.

Udemy.com/reskinning

What would’ve helped back then was having a more comprehensive course, though, and that’s why we made the first tutorials. And judging by the feedback and response, it seems to be helping a lot of people.

So with that said: after the great demand for that course, Austin asked us to do the Mustache Bash Photo Booth source code as well! It’s just as comprehensive as our last course, starting off from a brand new Apple developer account status and going all the way through submission. So now you have options: you can try this tutorial or the Random Fact Generator one, or better yet, do both and start making money faster! If there’s another course that you would love for us to make a tutorial for, please comment it below, and we’ll see what we can do!

Again, we believe $97 is fair, as this course is much cheaper than similar courses, yet more comprehensive since it walks you through everything. Here’s the link:

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We mentioned it before, and we’ll mention it again… 5-star reviews are vital to the long-term success of our courses. If you check it out and feel like the course provides value, please help us out by giving us a good review.

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Thanks, and we hope to see you in this newest course!
Justin & Lee

4 thoughts on “Mustache Bash (Photo Booth) Source Code Tutorial

  1. Hi Guys,

    I’d love to have the Party Slots reskin course, i know you’ve reskined it already and had some success with it, it would be great if you could share the knowledge.

    Thank you – Ami

    1. Haha… amazing. I’m actually just finishing it up now. We love that code, and it made sense to do that one as well. It should be up in the next few hours! We’ll send out the link to everyone on our mailing list very soon.

  2. Hi,
    I’m new to your blog and am enjoying it so far. I was already aware of BCS but haven’t bought a code yet. Mustache Bash is one I have been considering. Your course would really be a big help as this would be my first attempt to reskin an app. I looked around at the source code info at BCS, BrightNewt and Udemy, but can’t find what version of XCode would be needed. Do you know? I’d like to have my computer set up with the correct version from the get-go so I don’t hit any bumps in the road, so to speak. Thanks!

    1. Hi JJ,

      The one used in the tutorial is the newest version: XCode 5. I’d recommend that one since it will be easier to follow… so if you download it from the App Store today, you should be good to go. In general, I’d always recommend working with the newest version since things change so quickly–it’s best to try to keep up and not get lost in the changes!

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