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Software Development Mobile (T)

level of course unit

Bachelor

Learning outcomes of course unit

Students know how to program mobile application platforms (mobile phones, tablets and smartphones).
They are familiar with device-specific characteristics of mobile devices (alternative input methods such as multi-touch, GPS positioning, video functionality, short range radio systems such as RFID, Bluetooth) and able to use them in applications.
Students know about the special requirements of developing, distributing and using mobile applications.

prerequisites and co-requisites

Successfully completed courses of the previous semester

course contents

Students are made familiar with architectural models of mobile application platforms.
- device-specific requirements and characteristics of mobile devices (input options and output options, limited processing capacities and storage capacities)
- developing, testing and distributing mobile applications
(development environments, simulators, App Stores)
- usage of additional functionalities of mobile devices (GPS, camera, multi-touch)

recommended or required reading

- Müller, B.: Programmierung mobiler Endgeräte mit J2ME: Konzeption und Realisierung eines Komplexpraktikums, Vdm Verlag, 2008
- Stäuble, M.: Programmieren fürs iPhone: Einstieg in die Anwendungsentwicklung mit dem iPhone SDK 3, d.punkt, 2008
- Maier, R.: Professional Android 4 Application Development. Wrox Publishing, 2012

assessment methods and criteria

Standardized exam (Multiple choice and short answers)

language of instruction

German

number of ECTS credits allocated

2

planned learning activities and teaching methods

Lecture, group work, presentation and task discussion

semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered

3

course-hours-per-week (chw)

2

name of lecturer(s)

Huber Stefan , B.A., M.A.

year of study

2

recommended optional program components

not applicable

course unit code

vzSWE5

type of course unit

compulsory (lecture)

mode of delivery

Lecture

work placement(s)

not applicable