|1.||Design and implement innovative solutions to potential mobile applications in a variety of user domains;|
|2.||Test and verify the proposed new mobile applications, with consideration of various platforms and operating systems; and|
|3.||Communicate complex aspects of product development and implementation to specialist and non-specialists audiences including potential users.|
|Report||Weekly Labs (100 word report for each Lab)||20%|
|Project||Design Project Report (500 words)||20%|
|Test||Mid-Semester Test (1 hour)||20%|
|Examination||Final Examination (3 hours)||40%|
Programming with Mobile Applications: Android™, iOS, and Windows® Phone 7 1st ed.
Thomas J. Duffy, (2013)
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