Android Mobile Developer Certificate
The Android Mobile Developer Certificate (previously named the Android Developer Certificate) provides all the skills necessary to create your own applications and games on the Android platform. This certificate includes programming fundamentals, design strategies for mobile devices, and how to create applications and graphical user interfaces. Other topics covered include Java and Android fundamentals, data storage, how to consume and create web components, access device hardware and use a variety of Java and Android objects.
Note: Previous programming experience is an asset and some homework between courses may be required. You are encouraged to bring at least one Android device to class. Development will be based on the Android 4.0 platform (aka Ice Cream Sandwich), however, your device is not required to run this version. The Eclipse development environment will be used; a license will be made available so this program can be installed onto your personal computer.
An Android Mobile Developer Certificate will be awarded upon completion of the following six core courses.
|CCTP121||Android Graphical User Interfaces|
|CCTP122||Android Storage and Web Applications|
|CCTP123||Android Hardware, Multimedia, and Graphics/Animations|