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Lesson 1 Mobile Application

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  1. 1. INTRO TO INTRO TO INTRO TO MOBILE MOBILE MOBILE APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATION MR. HUERTE
  2. 2. TODAY'S AGENDA TODAY'S AGENDA TODAY'S AGENDA 1 1 1 Introduction to the Mobile Application and Android 2 2 2 Identify Features of Android 3 3 3 Determine current state of mobile application development 4 4 4 Identify Foundation of Android
  3. 3. MOBILE MOBILE MOBILE APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATION A software application designed to run on smart phones, tablet computers, and other devices.
  4. 4. NATIVE APPLICATION FRAMEWORK iOS Windows Blackberry Android NON-NATIVE APPLICATION FRAMEWORK Phone Gap Titanium Mobile
  5. 5. IOS IOS IOS Apple’s iPhone set the standard for the new generation of smartphones when it was first released in June 2007 with its touchscreen and direct manipulation interface. There was no native SDK until February of 2008 (Apple initially planned to provide no support for third-party apps).  The iOS lineage started with NeXTSTEP, an object- oriented multitasking OS from the late eighties developed by NeXT Computer (acquired by Apple in 1996). The world’s first web browser was developed on NeXTSTEP and proved hugely influential in the formative years of HTML.  The main programming language for iOS is Objective C. Development is done through Xcode IDE which has an in-built iOS simulator.
  6. 6. WINDOWS PHONE OS 8 WINDOWS PHONE OS 8 WINDOWS PHONE OS 8 The second generation of the Windows Phone operating system uses the same Metro interface but has an updated architecture based on the Windows NT kernel (like Windows 8) rather than Windows CE (which was used as the basis for Windows Phone 7).  You can develop for Windows Phone 8 only on a system running Windows 8 – using Visual Studio 2012 as an IDE. You’re allowed to choose between XAML, Direct3D or a mixture for building UIs; you can write C#, Visual Basic apps on top of .Net; and you can use C++ for native code. 
  7. 7. BLACK BERRY BLACK BERRY BLACK BERRY BlackBerry 10 uses a system of gestures and touches which is supposed to make physical buttons unnecessary for core functions (e.g. a ‘back’or ‘home’button).  The OS also has an Android runtime layer so that Android apps can be packaged and distributed on the BlackBerry platform. (The latest versions even allow the direct download of apps via Google Play.)  Native application development utilises an API library in C and a Native API in C/C++ though you can eschew C++ coding through the WebWorks framework (HTML5 and JS), Adobe AIR or Java itself.
  8. 8. BLACK BERRY BLACK BERRY BLACK BERRY BlackBerry 10 uses a system of gestures and touches which is supposed to make physical buttons unnecessary for core functions (e.g. a ‘back’or ‘home’button).  The OS also has an Android runtime layer so that Android apps can be packaged and distributed on the BlackBerry platform. (The latest versions even allow the direct download of apps via Google Play.)  Native application development utilises an API library in C and a Native API in C/C++ though you can eschew C++ coding through the WebWorks framework (HTML5 and JS), Adobe AIR or Java itself.
  9. 9. 1 1 1 ANDROID ANDROID ANDROID Android started life as a proposed advanced operating system for digital cameras until the company realised that the market was limited compared to that for mobile phones.
  10. 10. 2 2 2 ANDROID ANDROID ANDROID Android is an open source Linux- based operating system intended for mobile computing platforms.
  11. 11. 3 3 3 ANDROID ANDROID ANDROID It is a software stack for mobile operating system.  Android is under development by Google and Open- Handset Alliance.
  12. 12. Founded by Andy Rubin in year 2003. Google acquired Android ,Inc. – August 2005. The open handset alliance, a group of several companies was formed – 5th November 2007. Android Beta SDK Released – 12th November 2007. FOUNDATION FOUNDATION FOUNDATION OF ANDROID OF ANDROID OF ANDROID
  13. 13. FEATURES FEATURES FEATURES OF OF OF ANDROID ANDROID ANDROID
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  16. 16. FEATURES FEATURES FEATURES OF OF OF ANDROID ANDROID ANDROID
  17. 17. THANK THANK THANK YOU! YOU! YOU! Have a great day ahead.

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