Engineering Maintainable Android Apps, which is a 4 week MOOC that shows by example various methods for engineering maintainable Android apps, including test-driven development methods and how to develop/run unit tests using JUnit and Robotium (or equivalent automated testing frameworks for Android), as well as how to successfully apply common Java/Android software patterns to improve the extensibility and clarity of Android apps. Students will work on the appropriate automated unit quizzes, based on the material covered in the lecture videos. These lessons will demonstrate the benefits of good software engineering practices that are targeted at creating maintainable code for mobile apps.
This course is part of the Android App Development Specialization
About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Software Testing
- Unit Testing
- Android Software Development
Dr. Douglas C. SchmidtProfessor of Computer Science and Associate Chair of the Computer Science and Engineering Program
Michael WalkerInstructor - Graduate Student pursuing PhD in Computer Science
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Software Engineering & Testing I
Software Engineering & Testing II
Security & Sustainability I
Security & Sustainability II
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- 3 stars5.75%
- 2 stars2.51%
- 1 star1.43%
TOP REVIEWS FROM ENGINEERING MAINTAINABLE ANDROID APPS
This course id important but also toughest course in whole MOOC
Dr White is always a pleasure to learn from. He has presented a large amount of vital information in a relatively short, concise and palatable manner. Looking forward to the next course. \m/
Helped me understand the security features of android. The examples were explained very well. Testing was covered to a good extent in this course.
Great presentation of material. Not so much useful information on Android platform vulnerabilities.
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