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Hacking iPhone and Android Smart phones

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Today’s smart phones are just as powerful as the desktops of a few years ago. The market for applications for these phones is huge and it is one of the few areas where a lone programmer can compete with a large company. Unsurprisingly, many of our students are keen to do projects that involve programming for smart phones. In this session, I’ll give a brief introduction to how to program iPhones and Android smart phones. I’ll point out some of the main features of each platform and discuss possible areas of future work.

If you want to follow along with the code examples during the session then you will need to install Eclipse and the Android SDK :

If you want to follow along with the iPhone code examples you will need Xcode: This is only available for Macs

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