CPET 565 Mobile Computing Systems
CPET/ITC 499 Mobile Computing & Applications

Spring 2016

A Specialty Course
for
Purdue University's Master of Science in Technology
IT/Advanced Computer Aplications Track

 

Class Materials/Activities
Date
Course Syllabus
Jan. 12, 2016; ITC 499 , CPET 499 , CPET 565

Announcement

Final Project Presentation, Noon-3 PM, Tuesday, May 3 {Official Final Hour), 10 min for each presentation. For all Online, In-class, CPET 565, CPET 499 and ITC 499 students.

Exam 2 (starting from 2PM, Thursday, April 7 ending 11 AM, Friday, April 8) - Online, covering Chapters 4, 5, and 6; plus lectures and discussion notes given after Exam 1's.

Exam 1 is scheduled on Feb. 18 (starting 2:00 PM, ending 11:00 PM)- Online through Backboard, covering Chapters 1, 2, and 3; plus lectured materials. (25 questions, multiple choice, simple answers, T/F) - Makeup on Campus/In-class until, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016
Lectures: 1 (1/12), 2 (1/14), 3 (1/19), 4 (1/21), 5 (1/26), 6(1/28), 7(2/2), 8(2/4), 9(2/9), 10(2/11), 11(2/16), 12 (class study time for Exam 1, no class), 13(2/23), 14(2/25), 15(3/1), 16(3/3) - Watch Keynotes from Mobile World Congress, 22-25 Feb 2016, Barcelona, https://www.mobileworldcongress.com/ , “MWC16 Keynotes recorded videos; Class Activity Update; 17 (3/15), 18(3/17), 19 (3/22), 20(3/24), 21 (3/29), 22 (3/31), 23(4/5), 24(4/8), 25(4/12), 26(4/14)
Lecture 27 (4/19), Lecture 28 (4/26)
Final Project Development Team Meeting/Discussion Time: 4/21 and 4/29

Homework & Lab Assignments (CPET/ITC 499 students) * Final Project Report, PPT Slide, Andrio Studio Project files, due May 3, before noon
* 2nd Progress Report/Briefing, April 28
* 1st Progress Report/Briefing, April 19
* Final Project Proposal (Mobile App Development), due 4/4 before 12 noon
* Lab 6 (3 programming exercises from Ch. 5), due 4/14 before 12 noon
* Hw 1 assigned 3/1, due 3/22
* Lab 5 (3 programming exercises): Lab Example 4-2 Unit Conversion Calculator App (pp. 305-318); Lab Example 4-4 Recipes - Frangments with Transition Animations (pp. 339-352); Lab Example 4-5 Redlands Music Events App - Adapters and ListView (pp. 353-363) - due 3/15
*  Lab 4 (Lab Example 3-3: Automotive Calculator App- pp.225-243; Lab Example 3-4 Flip Cards with Animated Activity Transition, pp. 246-260), Following the instructions as shown on the book to create and test these two Labs, assigned 2/11, due Feb. 23
* Lab 3 Turorial 1-2, Following the instructions as shown on pp. 68- 77 of text book to create "The Tap Button Counter App", assigned 2/2, due Feb. 9
* Lab 2 Create an Android App with UI (button, text box, image files) as shown in Tutorial 1 of the Text book (Using only Emulator), assigned 1/21, due Feb. 2
* Lab 1 Getting Started with Android Development Enviroenment, assigned, 1/12, due 1/21 (Demo, 1/14)
Homework & Lab Assigments (CPET 565) * Final Project Report, PPT Slide, Andrio Studio Project files, due May 3, before noon
* 2nd Progress Report/Briefing, April 28
* 1st Progress Report/Briefing, April 19
* Final Project Proposal (Mobile App Development), due 4/4 before 12 noon
* Lab 6 (3 programming exercises from Ch. 5), due 4/14 before 12 noon
* Hw 3 assigned 3/1, due 3/22
Lab 5 & Hw2 Assigment:
Part 1 (Individual): Lab 5 (2 programming exercises), due 3/15:
*** Lab Example 4-2 Unit Conversion Calculator App (pp. 305-318);
*** Lab Example 4-4 Recipes - Frangments with Transition Animations (pp. 339-352)
Part 2 (team): Enterprise Mobility Pilot Project: Safety, Health, and Productivity Monitoring Using Wearable Devices for Construction Industry Applicationsdue 3/15
* Lab 4 (Lab Example 3-3: Automotive Calculator App- pp.225-243; Lab Example 3-4 Flip Cards with Animated Activity Transition, pp. 246-260), Following the instructions as shown on the book to create and test these two Labs, assigned 2/11, due Feb. 23
* Lab 3 Tutorial 1-2, Following the instruction as shown on pp. 68- 77 of text book to create "The Tap Button Counter App"assigned 2/2, due Feb. 9
* Hw 1 Mobile Technology Evaluation, Assessment, and Planning for a Construction Company, ssigned due Feb. 9
* Lab 2 Create an Android App with UI (button, text box, image files) as shown in Tutorial 1 of the Text book (Using only Emulator), assigned 1/21, due Feb. 2
* Lab 1 Getting Started with Android Development Enviroenment, assigned, 1/12, due 1/21 (Demo, 1/14)

Reading Assignment 

Read Ch 2, Lab Example 2-1 to 2-5; Jan. 28- Feb. 2
References

IEEE Digital Library,  http://www.etcs.ipfw.edu/~lin/InfoLinks/information_link_pages.html
IPFW Helmke Library, E-Journals
iPhoneLife, http://www.iphonelife.com/
IEEE Magazines, Journals, Transactions
MIT Technology review, MIT Solan Management
Wall Street Journals, e-Week, Computer World, etc

W3C HTML5, CSS, XML, and Mobile Web & App Standards
** Web Design and Applications (HTML & CSS, JavaScript Web APIs, Mobile Web, etc)
** Mobile Web Applications

** Mobile Web Authoring
** Mobile Web for Socal Development
** XML Technology (Essental, Schema, etc)
** Extensible Markup Language (XML), 1.0, (Fifth edition) Standard

Android Studio, http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

1.       Practical UML: A Hands-On Instruction for Developer, by Randy Miller, http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/31863

2.       Introduction to OMG’s Unified Modeling Language (UML), http://www.omg.org/gettingstarted/what_is_uml.htm

3.       Android Developer, http://developer.android.com/develop/index.html

4.       Android Training, http://developer.android.com/training/index.html

5.       Android API Guides, http://developer.android.com/guide/components/index.html

6.       Android Package Index, http://developer.android.com/reference/packages.html

7.       Google on Android, https://developers.google.com/android/

8.       Android Wireless Wireless Application Development,2 nd Edition, by Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder, published by Addison-Wesley, http://androidbook.blogspot.com/p/book-code-downloads.html

9.       Android Wireless Application Development Volume I: Android Essentials, 3rd, by Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder,  http://androidbook.blogspot.com/p/book-code-downloads.html

10.   Android Wireless Application Development Volume II: Advanced Topics, 3rd, by Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder,  http://www.informit.com/BNandroidVol2

11.   Professional Android 2 Application Development, by Reto Meier, published by Wiley Publishning, www.wrox.com

12.   Professional Android 4 Application Development, Edition, by Reto Meier, published by Wiley Publishning, www.wrox.com


Announcement

Andrio Studion Problems & Issues Discussion Forum - Posted on Blackboard (Extra credit given for those who participate in the Q/A discussion)

 

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