Mobile Applications Development in Senior Design Capstone Courses

George Stefanek
2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings   unpublished
Introduction The Computer Information Technology department had introduced a course in mobile application development in 2014 which originally taught mobile development using Android Studio and Java. In 2017, the technology used in the course was switched to Xamarin / C# using the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE. This mobile app development course enabled senior Capstone projects to include the development of mobile apps. Mobile app development projects began to be requested by participating
more » ... articipating organizations and other university research projects starting in 2016. The projects described in this paper span from 2016 through 2018 and show the wide range of applications where mobile app solutions were requested requiring both Android and iOS development. The description of the following projects include the technologies used, a brief design description, the approach the student teams used to solve the problem, the process for interacting with the client, the transition to the client, post transition status, and any lessons learned. A survey of client experiences with Capstone projects is summarized in Table 1 .
doi:10.18260/1-2--33116 fatcat:onnep6s3wvauhejizk6bssz4lu