Events

Wednesday November 20, 2013
Start: 18:30
End: 20:00

Venue: University of Bristol lecture theatre 1.18 in the Queens building.

Speakers: Hannah Tempest and Nan Xu

This is the third talk in the Mobile App Development Spring school. See the main article for the complete school program. Booking and payment is required.

Continuing on from the development session but you will learn more about the types of features that you may want to use to distinguish your application e.g. GPS, actuator, compass, building an attractive GUI, etc.

User centred design:

  • Understanding your user
  • Process from scamps to prototypes
  • Future app strategy

Welcome to Bonjour on iOS:

  • What is Bonjour and its concepts
  • Bonjour API architecture and operations.
  • Basic code walkthrough
  • Simply application demo
Wednesday November 27, 2013
Start: 18:30
End: 20:00

Venue: University of Bristol , Room 1.11, Merchant Venturers Building

Speakers: Chris Brook & Jim Thomas

This is the last talk in the Mobile App Development Spring school. See the main article for the complete school program. Booking and payment is required.

How to market, sell and monetize your application

Chris will give an update on Bardowl progress to date. Share detailed information on the use of:

  • Paid digital advertising for app installs (FB, iAd etc)
  • PR
  • Social Media
  • Partnerships and Promotions

for getting people to install and then pay for your service within an application.

Testing Your App

Jim Thomas of Test and Verification Solutions will cover app testing in a mobile environment. How do you ensure your app, once developed, will run and perform as expected? He will address the important step of app testing in a mobile environment. He’ll cover:

  • common testing challenges
  • testing different aspects of your app
  • use of emulators and real devices, and
  • native, web and hybrid apps.
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