Coding Mobile Apps for Entrepreneurs
- To involve students into the actual problems connected mobile development.
- To equip students with the knowledge of the major development issues of mobile applications.
- To equip students with the knowledge of basic principles of developing and managing mobile solutions and systems.
- Student should be capable to make managerial decisions, to assess their consequences and to bear responsibility for the outcomes.
- Students should be familiar with the Android mobile app development
- Students should be ready to estimate workload and prepare technical requirements for the mobile application development
- Should know basic principles of developing and managing mobile solutions and systems.
- IntroductionThis module presents pedagogic approach and demonstrates the kind of applications you will be able to build at the end of the course.
- Create the Storyboard for Your ApplicationIn this module there will be design of personalized app from a user's perspective.
- Install Tools, Create HelloWorld AppThis module guides students in the development of an Android application using the Android Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE). First it points to the right place to install the Android Studio IDE and the Android Software Development Kit (SDK). Next it walks through the steps of using them to create a basic "Hello World" application and it describes how to transfer the application for execution on a physical Android device and on an emulator. At the end of the module students will be familiar with Android tools.
- Build Your First Interactive ApplicationIn this module you associate for the first time a graphical user interface with an activity controlling it, resulting in a first interactive application.
- Toward Your Application, Step-By-StepStep by step in the development of 5 of the basic building blocks.
- Transform Your Storyboard Into Actual ApplicationIn this part, there will be development of the remaining 4 basic building blocks.
- ExaminationStudents should present developed mobile application using all the elements and mechanisms which were provided in online course. Students should also present how they passed preliminary tests (they are free of charge) of the online course. At the exam students should answer questions in a test form related to the course and Android mobile app development.
- Online course tests and mobile app development
- Interim assessment (1 module)0.4 * Examination + 0.6 * Online course tests and mobile app development
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- Tim Hayden, & Tom Webster. (2014). The Mobile Commerce Revolution : Business Success in a Wireless World. [N.p.]: Que Publishing. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1600780