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SECURED MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT (ANDROID, BLACKBERRY, iOS)

Mobile App Development is becoming more and more prevalent these days. Mobile phones have considerably designed over the last few years due to large upgrades in connections alternatives. Everyone is so depended on the mobile phone that they have actually converted mobile phones into little, stream-lined pcs. The highly hostile atmosphere has made applications a new way to market products and alternatives. Thus, companies can take their business ahead of the competitors.

Now-a-days, we know that the demand of mobile application development is increasing day by day to satisfy the need of users. Application can be different for different user, but everyone is using it in some manner. Some age group user may need new games, some may need to know the details about atmosphere, travel, tourism and fresh hot news in their mobile by smart application, etc. 


COURSE CONTENT:

MODULE: CORE JAVA
  • Unit 1: Introduction to java
  • Unit 2:  Java language fundamentals
  • Unit 3: OOPS concepts
  • Unit 4: Exception handling
  • Unit 5: Multi-Threading
  • Unit 6: File Handling (i/o streams)
  • Unit 7: Collection Framework
  • Unit 8: Applet and swing
  • Unit 9: Event Handling
  • Unit 10: JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)

MODULE: INTRODUCTION TO ANDROID
  • Unit 1: Hello Android
  • Unit 2: Setting up your development environment
  • Unit 3: Understanding android resources
  • Unit 4: Understanding intents
  • Unit 5: Building user interfaces and using controls
  • Unit 6: Working with menus
  • Unit 7: Working with dialogues
  • Unit 8: Working with preferences and saving state

MODULE: CORE ANDROID

  • Unit 1: Exploring security and permissions 
  • Unit 2: Exploring Packages 
  • Unit 3: Broadcast receivers and long-running services 
  • Unit 4: Exploring the alarm manager 
  • Unit 5: Exploring maps and location-based services 
  • Unit 6: Using the telephony apis 
  • Unit 7: Understanding the media frameworks 
  • Unit 8: Home screen widgets

MODULE: ADVANCE ANDROID
  • Unit 1: Touch Screens 
  • Unit 2: Using Sensors 
  • Unit 3: Exploring the contacts api 
  • Unit 4: Deploying your application: android market and beyond 

MODULE: OBJECTIVE C PROGRAMMING
  • Unit 1: Introduction to ios
  • Unit 2: Objective c introduction
  • Unit 3: Control statement, functions and arrays
  • Unit 4: Pointer string and preprocer sors
  • Unit 5: Exception and error
  • Unit 6: Class and interfaces
  • Unit 7: Object oriented programming
  • Unit 8: Inheritance and polymorphism
  • Unit 9: Collection
  • Unit 10: Memory Management
  • Unit 11: Files and threads
  • Unit 12: Network Connection

MODULE: iOS GUI PROGRAMMING
  • Unit 1: User Interface
  • Unit 2: Maps and locations
  • Unit 3: Notifications and animation
  • Unit 4: Contacts and sensors
  • Unit 5: The camera and photo library
  • Unit 6: Database Concepts
  • Unit 7: Web Service
  • Unit 8: MVC Concepts

MODULE: BLACKBERRY
  • Unit 1: Introduction to blackberry
  • Unit 2: Programming with blackberry api
  • Unit 3: Blackberry ui components
  • Unit 4: Blackberry menus
  • Unit 5: Blackberry events
  • Unit 6: Graphics and Sounds
  • Unit 7: Networking
  • Unit 8: Managing Data
  • Unit 9: Deploying applications onto the blackberry using the blackberry jde and blackberry desktop manager
  • Unit 10: Testing and debugging using the blackberry jde
  • Unit 11: Unit Database
  • Unit 12: Creating Secure Apps
  • Unit 13: Integrating your App

MODULE: SECURED PROGRAMMING
  • Unit 1: Introduction 
  • Unit 2: Overview of threats and risks 
  • Unit 3: Types of attacks and attackers 
  • Unit 4: Secure programming concepts and principles 
  • Unit 5: Secure programming issues and techniques 
  • Unit 6: Stride Model 
  • Unit 7: Security Testing 
  • Unit 8: Guidelines for “java” secured programming 
  • Unit 9: Guidelines for “database” secured programming
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