Online Learning Update

July 12, 2014

Android App and New Courses from Udacity

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am

by Sue Gee, iProgrammer

Udacity now has an Android version of its app that lets you study its online courses on your smartphone. There also a new course on developing your own apps for Android. ¬†All Udacity courses are now available on Android for the first time, in a classroom specifically built and optimized for touch. You can stream lectures wherever your Android device goes, and test yourself with quick and fun quizzes and you learn on the go. One course that would seem very suitable to study in this way is Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals, an advanced 8-week course (assuming 6 hours per week) in which you’ll: “Build a cloud-connected Android app, and learn the tools, principles, and best practices of mobile and Android development that you’ll apply to your own projects.” This course is one of four new additions to the Udacity Course Catalog all of which are being developed in collaboration with Google.

http://www.i-programmer.info/news/150-training-a-education/7491-new-courses-and-android-app-from-udacity-.html

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