Type(s) of Workstations:

Core-I3, Core-I5 3rd generation, Dell 390,8GB Ram,3GM Ram,160GB Hard disk and 5GB HDD 20 PC

Overview:

The main objective of this lab is to develop low-power applications on mobile and smartphone platforms. They include bootcamps and technical sessions focused on Android and give participants an excellent chance to learn about the state of the Android platform, get hands-on with the latest version of the SDK, test applications on the latest sample Android devices, get questions answered by Google engineers from the Android team as well as meet other like-minded members of the local Android developer community.

Bootcamp is a hands-on training experience where Google engineers show attendees how to get started with Android development, from Android SDK installation to the creation of Android applications. Technical Sessions are presentations where Google engineers speak about key Android features and show developers how to use them effectively to create high quality applications.

The sub objectives are:

  • Learn to make android applications and decide to become a mobile app developer
  • Experience in coding on a mobile programming platform
  • Understand the limitations and features of developing for mobile devices
  • Create a complete Mobile app with a significant programming component

Lab Director

Mr.Qasim

Lab Engineer

Mr. Wahab

Lab Attendant

Mr.  Afaq