CODAPPS: Coding mobile apps for entrepreneurs

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About this course: This course will teach you how to create mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. No prerequisite in coding knowledge is required. In progressive steps, we will first learn how to create a simple and useful app: your own curriculum vitae. We will discover how to test the app on phones, and how to distribute it on the Play Store, Apple's App Store and the Windows Store. Later in the course, we will also cover the basics of coding, because it will enable us to create richer apps with more functions: storing text and data on the phone, connecting to the Internet, and other useful features. This course is created to make you able to create your own apps, fully func…

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When you enroll for courses through Coursera you get to choose for a paid plan or for a free plan

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About this course: This course will teach you how to create mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. No prerequisite in coding knowledge is required. In progressive steps, we will first learn how to create a simple and useful app: your own curriculum vitae. We will discover how to test the app on phones, and how to distribute it on the Play Store, Apple's App Store and the Windows Store. Later in the course, we will also cover the basics of coding, because it will enable us to create richer apps with more functions: storing text and data on the phone, connecting to the Internet, and other useful features. This course is created to make you able to create your own apps, fully functional and for all major mobile platforms. This is useful if you have a business project which involves launching an app, or to get acquainted with mobile technologies in an easy and hands-on manner.

Created by:  emlyon business school
  • Taught by:  Clement Levallois, Assistant Professor

    Markets and Innovation
Commitment 8 weeks of study, 1-3 hours/week Language English How To Pass Pass all graded assignments to complete the course. User Ratings 4.3 stars Average User Rating 4.3See what learners said Coursework

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Syllabus


WEEK 1


1. Installation of useful tools for the course
Welcome to CODAPPS! Let's install some tools, then create our 1st project and preview our app.


5 videos, 3 readings expand


  1. Video: Video - Welcome!
  2. Video: A one minute video: let's create apps with CODAPPS!
  3. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  4. Video: Video - How to install NetBeans and the Codename One plugin on a MAC
  5. Video: Video - How to install NetBeans and the Codename One plugin on a PC
  6. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  7. Video: Video - How to create a new project in NetBeans and preview your app
  8. Peer Review: Show your first app!
  9. Reading: How to update the Codename One plugin


WEEK 2


2. How to add text, pics, links and extra screens to your app
We will learn the essential steps of creating an app: how to put stuff on a screen!


5 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  2. Video: Video: How to create the first screen of your app - start here!!
  3. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  4. Video: Video - How to add text
  5. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  6. Video: Video - How to add links to web pages
  7. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  8. Video: Video - How to add more screens to the app and navigate between them
  9. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  10. Video: Video - How to add a pic to the screen of the app

Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz

WEEK 3


3. Designing your app
Here we learn how to control and change the appearance of our app to design exactly what we want


2 videos, 3 readings expand


  1. Reading: Careful! New way to use layout!
  2. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  3. Video: Video - How to arrange things where we want on a screen: layouts
  4. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  5. Video: Video - How to style any component (Labels, Buttons, etc.)

Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz

WEEK 4


4. Testing your app on a phone / distributing it on a store
It gets real: in this module, we learn how to install your app on your phone, and how to put it on the app stores of Apple, Google (Android) and Windows. Your app is about to become available to billions of users!


6 videos, 4 readings expand


  1. Reading: Advice to make your app smaller
  2. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  3. Video: Video - Installing your app on your own Android phone
  4. Video: Video - Installing your app on your own Windows phone (needs a PC!)
  5. Video: How to install your app on an iPhone
  6. Reading: Summary in pdf for publishing an app for Android
  7. Video: Video - How to distribute your app on Google's Play Store
  8. Video: Video - How to distribute your app on Apple's App Store (you need a Mac!)
  9. Video: Video - How to distribute your app on Windows Store (you need a PC!)
  10. Reading: How to publish the updated version of an app

Graded: Graded quiz

WEEK 5


5. Initiation to coding to create an amazing app
In this module you will learn the basics of coding in 3 short videos and their pdfs


4 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  2. Video: Video - coding for beginners, part 1
  3. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  4. Video: Video - coding for beginners, part 2
  5. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  6. Video: Video - coding for beginners, part 3
  7. Reading: Bill and Mark explain "if" and "loops" just for you
  8. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  9. Video: Video - coding like a boss and secret tricks

Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz

WEEK 6


6. Creating successfull apps: ROAR like a LION
Roar is a messaging app, like Twitter or Facebook messenger. It sends and receives "roars". In this module, we will build the first part of this mobile app: we design the 3 screens, and write the code to send roars to the Internet.


3 videos, 3 readings expand


  1. Reading: summary of the lesson in pdf
  2. Video: Video - JSON: a useful way to format text
  3. Video: Video: creating the screens of the ROOOAR app
  4. Reading: each line of code commented and explained
  5. Video: Video How to send a ROAR from the app to the Internet
  6. Reading: check the code of the lesson on Github

Graded: Graded quiz
Graded: Graded quiz

WEEK 7


7. Creating successful apps: receive ROARS and add useful functions to your app
Here we learn how receive information from the Internet and use it in our app, and how to add a couple of functions to make our app more powerful


2 videos, 4 readings expand


  1. Reading: Before all: we need to enable JSON objects in our app
  2. Reading: each line of code commented and explained
  3. Video: Video - receiving ROARS from the Internet and showing them in the app
  4. Reading: check the code of the lesson on Github
  5. Video: Video - How to add Google Analytics to your app
  6. Reading: How to make an app multi languages?


WEEK 8


8. Wrap up and next steps
This is the final module of the course, we leave you with good pieces of advice to continue advancing your projects


4 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Video - introduction to module 8
  2. Video: Video - Sources of information
  3. Reading: For French speakers
  4. Reading: slide of the lesson
  5. Reading: slide of the lesson
  6. Video: Video - A panorama of technos for mobile app development
  7. Reading: What programming language did we use in CODAPPS? + important precisions on the vocabulary.
  8. Video: Video - Resources to conduct a project in mobile app development
  9. Reading: slide of the lesson
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