Today's computing paradigm is changing rapidly. Users moved from static, sensor-less computing environments like desktops to more dynamic, sensor-equipped, and mobile platforms: smart-phones and tablets. MAP is a project course, that is designed to:
Students develop projects on one of the two popular programmable mobile platforms: Apple's Iphone OS or Google's Android OS. The projects unlock the unique and ever growing set of abilities of the latest mobile devices such as accelerometer, multi-touch screen, compass, wifi, GPS, camera and accelerated graphics. Students work in teams of 3 members. Both their personal and team progress are evaluated throughout the semester with deliverables including reports and milestones.
The class is divided into three main parts:
CS9033 Mobile Application Programming (MAP) was taught for the first time in Spring 2009.
CS9033 Mobile Application Programming (MAP) was taught for the first time in Spring 2009. You can find the old pages here.