This session Massachusetts Institute of Technology is offering an open online version of course, ‘Mobile Application Experiences Part 3: Building Mobile Apps.’ This course helps to create apps for iOS or Android.
This free online course teaches how to take your app idea from a paper prototype to a working application for iOS or Android. The 4-weeks course starts on March 7, 2017.
Course At A Glance
Length: 10weeks course Effort: 10-12 hours/week Subject: Mobile Application Experiences Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology & edX. Languages: English Price: Free Certificate Available: Yes. Verified Certificate for $ 49 Session: Starts March 7, 2017
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About This Course
This module will teach you how to take your app idea from a paper prototype to a working application for iOS or Android.
We will cover mobile specific topics such as location and networking to create responsive, personalized applications as well as ways to instrument your application to understand user behavior.
You will showcase your working apps in an online poster and demo session. Through sharing your application, you will have the opportunity to gain feedback from your peers.
Why Take This Course
Applicants will be offered this free online course in the English language. Massachusetts Institute of Technology is dedicated to advancing knowledge and educating students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century.
Video Transcripts are also available in English. Applicants will get a verified certificate to highlight the knowledge and skills they gain.
After completing this course, students will learn:
How to create apps for iOS or Android
How various location technologies work and how to build performant applications that utilize location service
How to present your work in a poster and demo session
Frank Bentley Principal Researcher at Yahoo in Sunnyvale, CA and a Visiting Lecturer in Comparative Media Studies at MIT.
Ed Barrett Senior Lecturer in Comparative Media Studies and Writing at MIT and author of several books on digital media published by MIT Press.
This module is part of a five-part Mobile Application Experiences series:
21W.789.1x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 1: From a Domain to an App Idea
21W.789.2x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 2: Mobile App Design
21W.789.3x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 3: Building Mobile Apps
21W.789.4x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 4: Understanding Use
21w.789.5.x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 5: Reporting Research Findings
How To Join This Course
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