Workshop on Mobile Application Development

Date(s) - 17/03/2018
9:00 am - 12:15 pm

Sona College of Technology


Guest Speaker Details:

Name: Mr.Sudharsan.C

Designation: Associate Software Engineer

Company: Vee Technologies Pvt Ltd, Salem.

Guest Profile:

Roles and Responsibilities:

Project Management – scope document, design document, functional document, Test scripts preparation, UAT procedures .Instruct mobile application testers, share suitable testing methodologies. Maintaining and managing the app development life-cycle assign the modules to the developers

Skilled in:

  • Mobile Technology : Android (Android Studio), Xamarin (Visual Studio)
  • Window Technology: QT Framework in windows and Linux.
  • Web Technology : HTML, PHP, Web Service
  • Parsing Technique : JSON Parsing and XML Parsing
  • Database : SQLITE, SQL
  • Languages : C, C++, JAVA,C#
  • Operating System : Windows and Mac

Worked in Following technologies and Libraries :

  • Visual Studio-2015, Xamarin.forms
  • Android & External Hardware
  • OpenCV, UVC Camera Master, MPAroidChart
  • Android, Web view
  • Volley, aChartEngine
  • Hostinger Web server
  • Google Map
  • QR Scanning

 Projects Developed:

  • HireMee
  • Drink Safe – Water Kiosk
  • VidyaSmart GeekBook
  • VeePromis Mobile App
  • BTP (By The People)
  • MTN (My Techy News)
  • Vee Kiosk Client and Admin
  • MIM (My Indian Money)
  • HM QR Scanner.

 Event Description:

Workshop on Mobile App development was organized for II MCA students. Android apps are built as a combination of components that can be invoked individually. Android allows you to provide different resources for different devices. The Android operating system is a multi-user Linux system in which each app is a different user.  The Android SDK tools compile your code along with any data and resource files into an APK, an Android package, which is an archive file with an .apk suffix. One APK file contains all the contents of an Android app and is the file that Android-powered devices use to install the app. Session discussed on the core framework components that define your app.The manifest file in which you declare the components and the required device features for your app.Resources that are separate from the app code and that allow your app to gracefully optimize its behavior for a variety of device configurations. Login Application using SQLite, Pinch Recognition, Split screen Pin apps to share menu were few notable topics discussed in the session.

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