Continuing on from COMP 2613 this hands-on course is designed for those who already understand how to use Java to develop applications to industry standards. Students who are experienced Java programmers are introduced to the Kotlin programming language to develop, debug and deploy Android applications. This is a BYOD course not in a computer lab. Students must provide their own Windows, Mac or Linux laptop to participate in this course. See the current Android Studio hardware requirements. https://developer.android.com/studio/ Please note: BCIT does provide technical support for student's hardware or operating systems. Labs and assignments explore and use Android Studio, SDK tools - avd, adb etc., to build and deploy Android applications on the emulator(s). Topics include: Designing user interfaces with Layouts, Fragments and Activities. Students learn to manage Android Resources, work with Manifest files, persist data, create Services, leverage multi-threading constructs and make use of REST endpoints. Other topics of discussion include Location Based Services, network connectivity, accessing cloud services and data. This course is an elective in the CST/PTS Diploma. Upon completion, students may continue on to advanced courses and programs, COMP 3617 is a required course for the Web and Mobile Application Development Associate Certificate and an elective in the Advanced Java Development Associate Certificate. By the end of this course successful participants will complete a final project which includes using Java to design, build, and package and deploy an Android application to a mobile device.
COMP 2613 – Java Application Development or equivalent knowledge of developing applications in Java Standard Edition (JSE).
Below is one offering of this course for the Winter 2019 term.
Thu Jan 10 - Thu Mar 28 12 Weeks
|Jan 10 - Mar 28||Thu||18:00 - 21:00||DTC Rm. 652|
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2017
COMP 3617 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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|Head First Android Development: A Brain-Friendly Guide|
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