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    SUNY Broome Community College
   
 
  Oct 19, 2017
 
 
    
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ART 288 - Mobile Web App Development


Learn to design and create Web apps for mobile devices such as iPad, iPhone and Android, using collaborative, open-source mobile environments on both PC and Apple based platforms.  The focus will be on both design and development skills necessary to create functional, effective, and responsive Web pages and Web apps using standard Web technologies, including CSS3, HTML5 and JavaScript.  Techniques such as progressive enhancement and feature detection will be utilized as well as JaveScript APIs for functionality such as geolocation, device orientation, and handling touch events.

Prerequisite- Corequisite
Prerequisite:  BIT 173 Basics of Website Creation

Credits: 3
Cross-listed
BIT 288
Hours
3 Class Hours
Course Profile
Course Objectives:

1.  To design and create Web pages and Web apps for mobile devices such as iPad, iPhone and Android, using collaborative, open-source mobile development and environments on both PC and Apple based platforms.
2.  To focus on both design and development skills necessary to create functional, effective, and responsive apps using standard Web technologies, including CSS3, HTML5 and JavaScript.
3.  To present and practice mobile Web app design and development techniques such as progressive enhancement, feature detection, geolocation, device orientation, and touch events.

Learning Outcomes of the Course:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

1.  Demonstrate a working vocabulary for the tools and concepts related to the development of mobile Web apps.
2.  Differentiate between Web apps and native apps.
3.  Create effective designs for Web apps and mobile devices.
4.  Use HTML/CSS/JavaScript to create and debug Web apps for mobile devices.
5.  Create Web apps that integrate device features such as geolocation, accelerometers, and touch gestures.



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