CS 3750 A (CRN: 91122)
Computer Science: Mobile App Development
3 Credit Hours
A projects-based course focusing on software development for mobile devices, including the concepts of event-driven programming, GUI design and implementation, utilization of hardware sensors, and client/server applications. A significant part of the course is devoted to a multi-month team development project. Prerequisite: CS 2300, Senior standing. Pre/co-requisites: Recommended: CS 2480 or CS 3040.
Prereqs enforced by the system: CS 2300; Project Proposals: Thursday, Sept 21st, 6:00-9:00pm; Thursday meeting pattern only for this date.
CS275 Mobile Apps will provide a broad overview of iOS and Swift development, including UI development, interaction with the web, the camera, maps, and other capabilities of iOS devices. From this course, students will become proficient in developing simple iOS applications using the Swift programming language. It is best to have access to a computer running macOS, but it's also possible to use the paid service macincloud.com for the iOS development in the course.
The instructor will discuss and elaborate on the material from the text in class. Students will work in teams on a semester-long project for a stakeholder who might be a classmate or someone from the University community or someone from outside of the University community. Students will learn concepts by doing a multi-week individual project and by working on their semester-long team project.
Student grades will be based on the individual project and the team project and attendance.
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