PTI90040 – Mobile Applications

Modul
Mobile Applications
Mobile Applications
Modulnummer
PTI90040
Version: 1
Fakultät
Physikalische Technik / Informatik
Niveau
Master
Dauer
1 Semester
Turnus
Sommersemester
Modulverantwortliche/-r

Prof. Dr. Rainer Wasinger
raw17hkw(at)fh-zwickau.de

Dozent/-in(nen)

Prof. Dr. Rainer Wasinger
raw17hkw(at)fh-zwickau.de

Lehrsprache(n)

Englisch - 95.00%
in "Mobile Applications"

Deutsch - 5.00%
in "Mobile Applications"

ECTS-Credits

5.00 Credits

Workload

150 Stunden

Lehrveranstaltungen

4.00 SWS (2.00 SWS Praktikum | 2.00 SWS Vorlesung mit integr. Übung / seminaristische Vorlesung)

Selbststudienzeit

90.00 Stunden
45.00 Stunden Selbststudium - Mobile Applications
45.00 Stunden Vor-/Nachbereitung - Mobile Applications

Prüfungsvorleistung(en)

Praktikumstestat
in "Mobile Applications"

Prüfungsleistung(en)

alternative Prüfungsleistung - Projektarbeit und Präsentation
Modulprüfung | Wichtung: 100% | wird in englischer Sprache abgenommen
in "Mobile Applications"

Medienform
Keine Angabe
Lehrinhalte/Gliederung
  • Fundamentals of mobile and ubiquitous operating systems.
  • Examples of leading apps and the evolution of the app stores for different mobile operating systems.
  • Mobile device hardware features.
  • Software development for Android
    • Development platform: Android Studio.
    • Development language (Android, XML), app composition (manifest, UI, program code, build scripts) and Android virtual device runtimes/emulators.
    • Activities and their life-cycle, intents, user interfaces, fragments, resources, services, mobile data and data storage (SQL, shared preferences) and server architectures for mobile services.
    • App security, distribution and deployment.
  • Comparisons to other development environments: iOS (XCode), Mobile Web (Apache Cordova) and Cross-Platform (Xamarin, Flutter).
  • Future trends for mobile and ubiquitous operating systems.
  • The application of user-centred design principles, as well as the application of usability evaluation protocols for testing mobile apps.
Qualifikationsziele

Students know the individual characteristics of mobile and ubiquitous operating systems, how they relate to each other, and why these characteristics should be considered when designing, developing, and evaluating mobile applications. They have the ability to apply theoretical and practical knowledge to develop applications. Students will be able to apply human-centred design guidelines to create user interfaces and adapt these UIs to the specific requirements of mobile operating systems. Students will be able to use discount usability tests to evaluate mobile applications.

Sozial- und Selbstkompetenzen
Keine Angabe
Besondere Zulassungsvoraussetzung
Keine Angabe
Empfohlene Voraussetzungen

Programming skills

Fortsetzungsmöglichkeiten
Keine Angabe
Literatur

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Hinweise
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