|Dates:||November 3-10, 2018|
|Meets:||Sa from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, 2 sessions|
|Location:||UT Arlington TBA|
|Textbook:||No Book Required|
|Notes:||Please bring a USB flash drive to each class.|
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Smart phones are already outselling PC's since 2010 and is a wake up call to the computer technology world that the public would actually replace the use of their PC with a mobile device. With that there is now a strong demand for companies seeking smart phone developers to create apps for consumers and other businesses to use as tools, entertainment, and interaction. In addition to strong employment demands, many freelance and entrepreneurial opportunities are open for developers to upload their apps to the Google Play to earn supplemental income from app sales.
As of this writing, Android leads the market with 48.5% market share compared to 29.5% held by Apple's iOS. Globally, Android holds 49.2% market share compared to 18.9% held by iOS. It is estimated that, Android will hold a global market share of 48.8% by 2015, compared to 17.2% held by iOS.
Learn how to create tablet and phone apps for Android, the world's most popular mobile platform. Through a series of hands-on workshops, you will install the tools, build the example app, and be ready to publish it to the Google Play store or your own web site. Once you have finished this Android boot-camp, you will have a practical foundation to learn the rest of the API. Learn how to set up the development environment and write a simple stand-alone application activities and services for mobile devices and tablets (using fragments).
Android programming Level I, programming, android, android development, apps, applications, Google, PG9090