Apps R Us: Designing and Implementing Mobile Device Apps
This three-semester effort teaches students how to develop iOS (Apple) apps. Students must have a good foundation in software development, equivalent to CPSC 101 and CPSC 102, or CPSC 210. Students will learn app software development skills and will then apply them to projects designed to help Clemson students learn, help Clemson teachers teach, or simply make campus life richer and more enjoyable. We meet weekly and discuss many issues related to app development and we can help improve campus life through mobile technology.
Selected Topics (CPSC 4810 022)
Roy P PargasSchool of Computing
|Garcia, S., Erich, K., Byrd, D., Ellis, M., Pargas, R. (2014, April). ACTS: Apps connecting today's students Poster presented at the Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum, Clemson, SC.|
|Brennan, A., Kutch, A., Erich, K., McKay, G., Garcia, S., Byrd, D., Ellis, M., Branum, H. (2014 March 28-29). ACTS: Apps Connecting Today's Students. Poster and app demo presented at the annual meeting of the ACM Southeast Regional Conference, Kennesaw, GA.|
|Edison, G., & Kulkarni, P., (2014 March 28-29). Mobile Apps Software Development with Creative Inquiry. Poster and app demo presented at the annual meeting of the ACM Southeast Regional Conference, Kennesaw, GA.|