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1 Wednesday 2-3:30, DH 1046 COMP 446 / ELEC 446 Mobile Device Applications Scott Cutler Professor in the Practice of Computer Technology Department of Computer Science Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 10/24/12

2 Agenda Events of the Week HTML 5 Final Project Status SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 102

3 Events of the Week Microsoft vs. Apple vs. Google (next slide) $499 Microsoft Surface preorders slip to three weeks U.S. Galaxy S3 owners, your wait for Android 4.1 is almost over Apple ordered by U.S. court to reveal iPhone profit margins Microsoft training staff to explain Windows 8 versus RT Newsweek to shut down print edition and go all digital Google stock drops after missing analysts' expectations LG tapped for the next Google Nexus? Google offers low-budget ARM-based Chromebook Gene Frantz, TI Principal Fellow and DSP visionary, to retire in February Gene Frantz, TI Principal Fellow and DSP visionary, to retire in February T-Mobile said to launch Galaxy Note 2 'phablet' on October 24 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 103

4 Events of the Week Windows Phone 8 Launch Set for Oct. 29 Windows 8 release date October 26 Windows 8, Surface Tablet Release Date Set for Oct. 26 Apple's big 'little' event: Join us now for live blog Apple trots out 13" MacBook Pro with Retina; upgrades Mac Mini, iMac Apple event gallery: iPad mini, new hardware unveiled Apple gets official with iPad mini; upgrades iPad again SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 104

5 Current Roster Victor Acuna Ryan Artecona Gbenga Badipe Peter Chang Joan Chao SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 105

6 Current Roster (2) Alex Chiu Heaven Chen Lingo Dai Weibo He Sahil Hingorani SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 106

7 Current Roster (3) Abdul Nimeri Bill Robertson Frank Salinas Tyler Siegert Austin Witt Matthew Zhao SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 107

8 COMP 446 Syllabus (updated) Lecture 1 - 8/22/12 - Introduction Watch before:None Assignment:#1 - Calculator Assignment due:Friday, 8/31 6:00 am (Thursday 30:00) Lecture 2 - 8/29/12 - Assignment 1 issues and questions from videos Watch before:1, 2 Assignment:#2 – Function Calculator Assignment due:Friday, 9/7 6:00 am (Thursday 30:00) Lecture 3 - 9/05/12 - Assignment 2 issues and questions from videos Watch before:3, 4 (demo part) Assignment:#3 – Graphing Universal Calculator Assignment due:Tuesday, 9/18 6:00 am (Monday 30:00) Lecture 4 - 9/12/12 - Assignment 3 issues and questions from videos Watch before:4 (post demo), 5, 6 Assignment:Continue with #3 – Graphing Universal Calculator Assignment due:Tuesday, 9/18 6:00 am (Monday 30:00) Lecture 5 - 9/19/12 - Assignment 3 issues and questions from videos Watch before:Watch 7 before class, 8 after class Assignment:#4 – Flickr Top Places Assignment due:Friday, 10/05 6:00 am (Thursday 30:00) SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 108

9 COMP 446 Syllabus (updated) Lecture 6 - 9/26/12 - Assignment 4 technology preview Watch by 10/3:8, 9 very beginning of 10 (for Assignment 4) Assignment:#5 – Flickr Map Places Tasks 3, 4 and 8 are optional for extra credit (required for A+) Assignment due:Thursday, 10/11 6:00 am (Wednesday 30:00) (10/12 OK) Lecture /03/12 - Assignment 5 technology preview Watch before:8, 9 very beginning of 10 Assignment:1: #6 – Flickr Core Data - To be broken into required and optional parts - Optional part required for A+ 2: Final Project Topic (due before next class) Assignment due:Friday, 10/19 6:00 am (Thursday 30:00) Lecture /10/12 - Assignment 6 technology preview and SQL Watch for #5:10 (after Tab Bar), 11, 12 Assignment:Final Project Proposal Assignment due:Tuesday, 10/23 6:00 am (Monday 30:00) Lecture /17/12 - iOS 6, Server technology Watch for #6:13, 14 Assignment:iOS 6 app Assignment due:Friday, 10/26 6:00 am (Thursday 30:00) SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 109

10 COMP 446 Syllabus (updated) Lecture /24/12 - HTML 5 Watch before:Optional 15, 16 Assignment:Major Final Project Feature Assignment due:Friday, 11/2 6:00 am (Thursday 30:00) Lecture /31/12 – Android, Windows Phone 8 Watch before:Optional 17, 18 Assignment:Continue working on Final Project Assignment due:Wednesday, 11/28 2:00pm Lecture /7/12- Android vs. iOS vs. Windows Phone group debate Assignment:Continue working on Final Project Assignment due:Wednesday, 11/28 2:00pm Lecture /14/12 - Individual meetings on Final Project Assignment:Continue working on Final Project Assignment due:Wednesday, 11/28 2:00pm Lecture /21/12 – No class, but continue on final project Assignment:Continue working on Final Project Assignment due:Wednesday, 11/28 2:00pm Lecture /28/12 - Final Presentations Assignment:Document Final Project Assignment due:By time assigned for COMP 446 final (there is NO final exam) SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1010

11 Final Project Timeline New 9/199/2610/0310/1010/1710/2410/3111/711/1411/2111/2812/5 - FP Topic 10/10 - Documentation due Finals Day - Final Presentation 11/28 - Individual Meetings 11/14 - Major Feature 11/2 - FP Proposal 10/23 - #6 10/19 - #5 10/12 - #4 10/05 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1011

12 ELEC / COMP 694 – Spring 2012 Future Personal Computing Technology How to be a Chief Technology Officer Wednesdays 9:30 – 11:00, 3CR Each student gets to pick a personal computing technology topic which they will learn over a 5 or 6 week period Weekly one-on-one meetings to rapidly learn topic Session with presentation expert Student presents topic to the class Course gets very high ratings based on unique approach and current topics. Desired class size of 10. Hard limit of 11. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1012

13 Week 11 Watch Optional CS193p lectures #17 and #18 Final Project difficult feature app due next Friday, 11/2 6:00 am Any test app which shows you understand how to use the most difficult feature of your final project. Next weeks lecture – Android SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1013

14 What is coming up in the assignments? Difficult Feature App 11/02/12 App of your choice that only needs to demonstrate understanding how to use your difficult feature. Not a complete app. No need for it to be of any use. Remember that the majority of course grade comes from final project SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1014

15 iOS 6 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1015

16 iOS6 More of an external, feature upgrade than a significant update to existing code Many features help integrate with iCloud ands social media. And of course, there are the new maps Although the interface is compatible. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1016

17 Maps Bring the power of the amazing new Maps engine into your app. With Map Kit, you can automatically take advantage of the beautiful Apple-designed cartography and vector-based interactivity. Users can also discover your routing apps right within Maps. So when users are looking for specific ways to get around, whether by subway, ferry, bike, or walking, Maps will show your app as an option. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1017

18 Facebook Give users even more ways to connect and share by adding Facebook support to your app. With single sign- on capability, Facebook sheets, and the new Social framework, users can post status updates to their account seamlessly, and easily share photos with friends, right from your app. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1018

19 Passbook Passbook gives users a whole new way to organize boarding passes, tickets, gift cards, and loyalty cards. You can bring up passes in your app with Pass Kit APIs or send them via or post them on the web. You can set items to appear at certain times or locations and update items with push notifications. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1019

20 Game Center Take fun to a whole new level with the latest features in Game Center. Make any game a multiplayer game by turning high scores and achievements into challenges with friends. With Game Groups, you can enable multiplayer games and share leaderboards and achievements across iOS and Mac versions of your app. And now its even easier to integrate Game Center features into a single view in your app. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1020

21 Reminders Your app can now access and share to-do lists in the Reminders app. With the Event Kit framework, your app can create and modify reminders, assign properties like due dates and priorities, and even set location and time- based alarms. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1021

22 Camera Use powerful new features of the built-in camera. New APIs support real-time video stabilization, an improved LED flash, and face detection and display. You can get reports of dropped frames during capture and leverage new utilities to map UI touches to focus and exposure commands. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1022

23 In-App Purchase In-App Content Purchasing Enable users to purchase and download apps, music, books, and other iTunes content without ever leaving your app. In-App Hosted Content Host In-App Purchase content on Apples servers, so you can easily add, manage, and deliver In-App Purchase content for your app. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1023

24 WebKit and Safari Safari continues to support the latest web standards and technologies. New features in Safari on iOS 6 let you create audio for interactive web applications using Web Audio API, use advanced color and pixel effects with CSS filters, and upload videos and images from the Photo Library. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1024

25 Xcode 4.5 Features to help support the increased number of screen resolutions more easily. Auto Layout Enhancements to Segue Identifiers SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1025

26 HTML 5 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1026

27 History of HTML 1991HTML 1994HTML CSS 1 + JavaScript 1997HTML CSS AJAX 2009HTML 5 + CSS 3 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1027

28 In the Beginning HTML started as a static markup language JavaScript, CSS, HTML evolution and server backends made web pages more alive But developers wanted full application ability SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1028

29 Standards – Plenty of Standards Where HTML had set standards, not everyone followed the standards. Microsofts browser chose to do what most developers wanted – at the expense of following the standard. While many things were improved, sites which depended on nuances didnt. Sites appeared differently based on browser. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1029

30 Desire for True Web Apps Microsoft creates Active-X Great for a Microsoft world Security disaster Flash player adds great functionality and cross platform But it creates a non-standards based OS inside the browser outside of browser control Security disaster and performance sink Microsoft offers Silverlight Cross platform, high performance Still a proprietary system within browser SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1030

31 HTML 5 to the rescue HTML 4 is 15 years old – and a lot has happened on the web in 15 years Address most of the features provided by Flash and Silverlight within open web standards. Supported (in various degrees of readiness) by all major browsers for both desktop and mobile SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1031

32 Major HTML 5 Features Canvas Scalable Vector Graphics Storage Drag and Drop Connectivity Geolocation Native and tags Typography and presentation Offline SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1032

33 HTML 5 DEMOS SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1033

34 Interesting HTML 5 Links Apple HTML Showcase HTML 5 Rocks (slides) HTML 5 Rocksslides The Wilderness Downtown Hongkiat SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1034

35 WebKit Layout engine used to render webpages WebKit powers Apple Safari and Google Chrome Wide use by other platforms as well Consistent with HTML 5 and CSS 3 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1035

36 HTML 5 and Mobile iOS Apps need to go through App store Apple is no longer the only game in town Third party pre-compilers and universal app generators like Appcelerator add cross-platform support but not open standards or as widely supported as browsers. HTML 5 address openness and cross platform SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1036

37 HTLM 5 vs. Native Apps HTML 5 retains distribution control HTML 5 has wide platform support HTML 5 typically easier to develop Native apps higher performance Native apps can take better advantage of platform – both OS capabilities and hardware features. SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1037

38 WINDOWS PHONE 8 SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1038

39 Windows Phone 8 Features Transitions to core components from Windows 8, including kernel, file system, drivers, network stack, security components, media and graphics support Support for multi-core CPUs of up to 64 cores Support for 1280x720 and 1280x768 resolutions Support for MicroSD cards Internet Explorer 10 Background multitasking NFC support added, including payment and content sharing with Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 machines Native code support (C and C++), simplified porting from platforms such as Android, Symbian, and iOS NFC Simplified porting of Windows 8 apps to Windows Phone 8 (compatibility with Windows 8 Metro apps) Carrier control and branding of "wallet" element is possible via SIM or phone hardware (Orange will be first)Orange Nokia map technology (Navteq maps with offline mode, turn-by-turn directions)Navteq Native 128-bit Bitlocker encryption, Secure Boot Remote device management of Windows Phone similar to management of Windows PCs VoIP and video chat integration for any VoIP or video chat app (integrates into the phone dialer, people hub) In-app purchases Firmware over the air for Windows Phone updates Firmware over the air Minimum 18 month support of Windows Phone updates to Windows Phone 8 devices Camera app now supports "lenses", which allow third parties to skin and add features to camera interface Native screen capture by pressing home and power simultaneously SEC - 10/24/12 COMP 446 / ELEC Week 1039


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