Learn to Develop a Simple and Basic Hello World App with Unity UI in 30 minutes.


The tutorial “Learn to Develop a Simple and Basic Hello World App with Unity UI in 30 minutes” offers an introduction to creating non-gaming applications using Unity, demonstrating that Unity’s capabilities extend beyond game development. This course, led by Neeraj Jaiswal, aims to teach beginners how to create a “Hello World” app and gain familiarity with Unity’s user interface features such as Canvas, Buttons, Labels, and Popup Messages.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Develop your first non-gaming app with Unity in less than 30 minutes.
  • Create a basic “Hello World” app.
  • Use Canvas, Buttons, Labels, and Popup Messages within Unity.
  • Gain practical experience with the Unity Editor.


  • Unity must be installed on your computer, which can be downloaded for free from the Unity website.

Course Description:

The tutorial challenges the notion that Unity is only for game development, highlighting its robust support for non-gaming app development on both Android and iOS. Unity’s User Interface API, introduced in Unity 2017, simplifies the development and deployment of non-gaming apps across multiple platforms. Neeraj Jaiswal, with a track record of developing over 100 apps across nine platforms with more than four million downloads, shares his expertise in using Unity to streamline the app development process with a single codebase for multiple platforms.

Jaiswal emphasizes the advantage of Unity’s build and packaging support, which allows developers to deploy applications on over 25 different platforms from a single codebase. This makes Unity a powerful tool for developers looking to reach new platforms with minimal additional effort.

Who This Course is For:

  • Beginners interested in starting with non-gaming app development using Unity.

Course Content:

The course is structured into five sections, totaling 11 lectures and 31 minutes of content:

  1. Introduction (02:26)
    • An overview of what will be covered in the course.
  2. Useful Links (00:06)
    • Links to resources and tools needed.
  3. Unity UI Basics (00:14)
    • Basic concepts of Unity’s UI system.
  4. Downloading Unity (03:33)
    • Instructions on how to download and install Unity.
  5. Project and Scene Setup (02:55)
    • Setting up the initial project and scene in Unity.
  6. Adding the UI Elements to the Panel (07:36)
    • Adding and arranging UI elements like buttons and labels.
  7. Designing the Message Popup (04:08)
    • Creating a popup message component.
  8. Writing the Script for the App Logics (05:27)
    • Scripting the logic behind the app’s functionality.
  9. Integrating the Logics to the User Interface (04:34)
    • Connecting the written logic to the UI elements.
  10. Source Code (00:03)
    • Access to the source code for reference.
  11. Next Step (00:09)
    • Guidance on what to do after completing the course.

This tutorial serves as a concise and practical introduction for beginners to start developing non-gaming apps with Unity, leveraging its cross-platform capabilities and powerful UI tools.

What You’ll Learn

  • Develop your first non gaming app with Unity in less than 30 minutes.
  • Develop a Hello World app
  • Learn to use Canvas, Buttons, Labels and Show Popup Message
  • Get a feel of Unity Editor



  • Unity should be installed in your Computer. It can be downloaded for free from Unity website.


Do you think Unity is for developing Gaming Apps only?

Not any more !!!

Unity has come a long way in supporting those crucial elements required for Non Gaming Android Development and iOS Development. With User Interface api in Unity 2017, it is very easy to develop Non Gaming Apps and deploy to multiple platforms.

I am Neeraj Jaiswal. I have developed 100+ apps across 9 different platforms. These apps have been downloaded more than 4 million times.  Most of these were developed natively for their respective platforms.

In the recent years we are adopting Unity for developing our apps with a single codebase for these platforms.

With the awesome build and packaging support of Unity, it makes it possible to deploy on more than 25 platforms with single codebase.

So why not develop Non Gaming Apps  with Unity and reach out to those platforms where you have never thought of hosting your app before.

So Start developing Cross Platform Non Gaming Apps with Unity.

Develop your first app in next 30 minutes.

Join the Revolution with me and Unity.


Who this course is for

  • Beginner who want to get started with Non Gaming App Development with Unity.

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