Want To Build A Mobile App On An Android Phone With Rhodes?
Based on your opinion, we have designed a first-ever online FREE introductory course “Building a mobile app on an Android phone using Rhodes“
A smartphone is a Personal Pocket Computer with mobile phone functions, because these devices are mainly computers, although smaller than a desktop computer. Smartphones is the fastest growing segment of the mobile phone market.
Software development will shift towards mobile development as the majority of people who use computers will use them indirectly through a mobile phone.
The Android operating system is released under the open source Apache License and is built on Linux kernel version 2.6. Android is a project of the Open Handset Alliance (OHA). Founded by Google, OHA is an association that includes 65 hardware/software companies and operators.
Rhodes and Rhomobile
Rhomobile – Our Sponsors
Rhomobile’s free and open source mobile application framework Rhodes lets you quickly build native mobile applications for all smartphones: iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Symbian and Android. These are true native device applications (not mobile web apps) which work with synchronized local data and take advantage of device capabilities such as GPS, PIM contacts,camera, native mapping, push, alerts and calendar. Rhodes invented the smartphone app framework (including that term) two years ago and has had over 50,000 open source downloads since then. Rhodes is the only smartphone framework with support for all smartphones, a Model View Controller pattern, and, most importantly, support for synchronized offline data. Because of these features, all critical for enterprise needs, several large Fortune 500 companies have standardized on Rhodes for mobile development.
Who is the course for?
This course is for newbies with knowledge of:
- Ruby programming language (Java knowledge not required).
- Basic HTML and ERB.
What will you learn?
- This introductory course quickly gets you up to speed with writing an app for Android devices using Rhodes and RhoHub.
- You will write a simple but functional contact management app for an android device, as Rhodes is targeted primarily at enterprise applications.
What is not covered?
- Android internals and the SDK.
- Rhodes API details.
- Building fast-action games and other such consumer applications with demands for rich interactive graphic interfaces or platform-specific native UI controls as Rhodes is not suitable for that.
You can complete the course in a day. However, the course will be open till 20th Dec. 2010 and you can log in and complete the course at your convenience.
Satish Talim of RubyLearning. The Rhomobile team will always be available, if required.
How do I register?
Hurry, registrations have started.
By the end of the course, you will be able to write and run an app for an Android device using Rhodes and RhoHub.
Our special thanks to Adam Blum and Brian Moore of Rhomobile for their constant technical support and encouragement.
11th Dec. 2010: So far, the registered participants are from: