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Explain

book reference
SBN: 9781943153909
Authors: Jakob Iversen and Michael Eierman
Publisher: New Riders PTG
Publication Date: 2021
Edition: 3 ED.
disucssion question
Think about the last time you utilized a mobile application or attempted to build your own mobile website. What planning process did you go through before you began your project? You may have considered the steps or tasks you needed to perform. You may also have considered the resources and platforms needed for your outcome. For example, which model fits your business domain needs? Do you have time constraints that will make completing the web application/site difficult within a reasonable period of time? You may also have considered the myths that surround developing mobile apps and the difficulties generally associated with mobile app development.
What part (activities) of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) should be well done BEFORE beginning Design? Explain
Where does the activities we do in Android Studio fit in the ADLC? Explain.
What are four major sections of the Android Studio interface? Explain the purpose/utility of each.
Why is Android Studio IDE a good (and preferred) method for developing mobile apps for an enterprise?
What areas of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) are possible when using the Android Studio IDE?
instructions
at least two citations (APA style) and APA reference is required
project question
Create a Project called TipCalculator. Refer to instructions in the textbook.
Project 2 (Chapter 3, pg. 39, Exercise #4) _ build a “Tip Calculator”
Deliverables for this Project:
Copy of your code for your final/completed project
One screenshot that shows your initial design; your main screen – should look like the original screenshot model in our textbook – Figure 3.10
At least one additional (different) screenshot that shows a transaction view; that is, an amount enter and results after tip is applied –
Comment(s) stating what I should be aware of when evaluating your deliverables

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Explain the purpose/utility of each.

book reference Iversen, J. & Eierman, M. (2020) “Mobile Application Development” and i don’t have book to share
disucssion question
Think about the last time you utilized a mobile application or attempted to build your own mobile website. What planning process did you go through before you began your project? You may have considered the steps or tasks you needed to perform. You may also have considered the resources and platforms needed for your outcome. For example, which model fits your business domain needs? Do you have time constraints that will make completing the web application/site difficult within a reasonable period of time? You may also have considered the myths that surround developing mobile apps and the difficulties generally associated with mobile app development.
What part (activities) of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) should be well done BEFORE beginning Design? Explain
Where does the activities we do in Android Studio fit in the ADLC? Explain.
What are four major sections of the Android Studio interface? Explain the purpose/utility of each.
Why is Android Studio IDE a good (and preferred) method for developing mobile apps for an enterprise?
What areas of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) are possible when using the Android Studio IDE?
instructions
at least two citations (APA style) and APA reference is required
project question
Create a Project called TipCalculator. Refer to instructions in the textbook.
Project 2 (Chapter 3, pg. 39, Exercise #4) _ build a “Tip Calculator”
Deliverables for this Project:
Copy of your code for your final/completed project
One screenshot that shows your initial design; your main screen – should look like the original screenshot model in our textbook – Figure 3.10
At least one additional (different) screenshot that shows a transaction view; that is, an amount enter and results after tip is applied –
Comment(s) stating what I should be aware of when evaluating your deliverables

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App Development

What are four major sections of the android studio interface?

book reference SBN: 9781943153909
Authors: Jakob Iversen and Michael Eierman
Publisher: New Riders PTG
Publication Date: 2021
Edition: 3 ED.
disucssion question
Think about the last time you utilized a mobile application or attempted to build your own mobile website. What planning process did you go through before you began your project? You may have considered the steps or tasks you needed to perform. You may also have considered the resources and platforms needed for your outcome. For example, which model fits your business domain needs? Do you have time constraints that will make completing the web application/site difficult within a reasonable period of time? You may also have considered the myths that surround developing mobile apps and the difficulties generally associated with mobile app development.
What part (activities) of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) should be well done BEFORE beginning Design? Explain
Where does the activities we do in Android Studio fit in the ADLC? Explain.
What are four major sections of the Android Studio interface? Explain the purpose/utility of each.
Why is Android Studio IDE a good (and preferred) method for developing mobile apps for an enterprise?
What areas of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) are possible when using the Android Studio IDE?
instructions
at least two citations (APA style) and APA reference is required
project question
Create a Project called TipCalculator. Refer to instructions in the textbook.
Project 2 (Chapter 3, pg. 39, Exercise #4) _ build a “Tip Calculator”
Deliverables for this Project:
Copy of your code for your final/completed project
One screenshot that shows your initial design; your main screen – should look like the original screenshot model in our textbook – Figure 3.10
At least one additional (different) screenshot that shows a transaction view; that is, an amount enter and results after tip is applied –
Comment(s) stating what I should be aware of when evaluating your deliverables

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App Development

What areas of the application development lifecycle (adlc) are possible when using the android studio ide?

book reference Iversen, J. & Eierman, M. (2020) “Mobile Application Development” and i don’t have book to share
disucssion question
Think about the last time you utilized a mobile application or attempted to build your own mobile website. What planning process did you go through before you began your project? You may have considered the steps or tasks you needed to perform. You may also have considered the resources and platforms needed for your outcome. For example, which model fits your business domain needs? Do you have time constraints that will make completing the web application/site difficult within a reasonable period of time? You may also have considered the myths that surround developing mobile apps and the difficulties generally associated with mobile app development.
What part (activities) of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) should be well done BEFORE beginning Design? Explain
Where does the activities we do in Android Studio fit in the ADLC? Explain.
What are four major sections of the Android Studio interface? Explain the purpose/utility of each.
Why is Android Studio IDE a good (and preferred) method for developing mobile apps for an enterprise?
What areas of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) are possible when using the Android Studio IDE?
instructions
at least two citations (APA style) and APA reference is required
project question
Create a Project called TipCalculator. Refer to instructions in the textbook.
Project 2 (Chapter 3, pg. 39, Exercise #4) _ build a “Tip Calculator”
Deliverables for this Project:
Copy of your code for your final/completed project
One screenshot that shows your initial design; your main screen – should look like the original screenshot model in our textbook – Figure 3.10
At least one additional (different) screenshot that shows a transaction view; that is, an amount enter and results after tip is applied –
Comment(s) stating what I should be aware of when evaluating your deliverables

Categories
App Development

What areas of the application development lifecycle (adlc) are possible when using the android studio ide?

book reference Iversen, J. & Eierman, M. (2020) “Mobile Application Development” and i don’t have book to share
disucssion question
Think about the last time you utilized a mobile application or attempted to build your own mobile website. What planning process did you go through before you began your project? You may have considered the steps or tasks you needed to perform. You may also have considered the resources and platforms needed for your outcome. For example, which model fits your business domain needs? Do you have time constraints that will make completing the web application/site difficult within a reasonable period of time? You may also have considered the myths that surround developing mobile apps and the difficulties generally associated with mobile app development.
What part (activities) of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) should be well done BEFORE beginning Design? Explain
Where does the activities we do in Android Studio fit in the ADLC? Explain.
What are four major sections of the Android Studio interface? Explain the purpose/utility of each.
Why is Android Studio IDE a good (and preferred) method for developing mobile apps for an enterprise?
What areas of the application development lifecycle (ADLC) are possible when using the Android Studio IDE?
instructions
at least two citations (APA style) and APA reference is required
project question
Create a Project called TipCalculator. Refer to instructions in the textbook.
Project 2 (Chapter 3, pg. 39, Exercise #4) _ build a “Tip Calculator”
Deliverables for this Project:
Copy of your code for your final/completed project
One screenshot that shows your initial design; your main screen – should look like the original screenshot model in our textbook – Figure 3.10
At least one additional (different) screenshot that shows a transaction view; that is, an amount enter and results after tip is applied –
Comment(s) stating what I should be aware of when evaluating your deliverables

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App Development

Discuss possible classes that might be used in an order handling system designed to manage a company’s orders that were placed by clients through the company’s website.

Modern applications can be complex and working on a programming team can raise that complexity even further. Classes offer a way to reduce that complexity by isolating teams from each other’s work. For example, one team can develop a class that includes all the necessary properties and methods for connecting the application to a database. Another team might develop a class that utilizes a remote Web service, such as package tracking at UPS or FedEx.
Discuss possible classes that might be used in an order handling system designed to manage a company’s orders that were placed by clients through the company’s Website. These classes may address any aspect of the system, including the orders themselves and their contents, payment, distribution/shipping, customer settings and information, settings and information for system users (employees), security, and reporting. Suggest properties and methods for these classes and explain how the class might be used.
In addition to suggesting custom classes, explain how these classes exhibit the concept of polymorphism, and the idea of information hiding in general. (Why make these custom classes? What functional utility does this serve?)

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Describe the system.2.

Project Scenario:
You are the project manager in an IT related organization (e.g.: IT department
in a hospital). One of the employees recognized a need for a new information
system (e.g.: Manage and transmit a patient’s electronic medical record).
Your role is to create an information system to support the business process.
The project usually goes through several phases, you are required to Plan and
Analyze the project.
Part one: Planning the project
You are required to complete the following Tasks:
1. Prepare the system service request (as in the table below) and clearly
describe the system.2. Create Gantt chart showing the project’s tasks, duration,
predecessors, and Milestones(explain on little pragraph for all point)Part Two: Analyzing and designing the project
Once you are done with choosing your Information system and the planning
phase is done. You will move to the analysis part of the project.
You are required to complete the following Tasks:
1. List the functional and nonfunctional system requirements and explain
the method that has been used to collect them.2. Draw the following diagrams based on the requirements list that you
identified:
a) Use Case Diagram
b) DFD
c) Activity Diagram
d) E-R Diagram
e) Class Diagram(explain on little pragrahp for all point)
3. Include a prototype or a sketch of what the system may look like. finally i need to powerpointfile attractive and interesting and donot forget word file and PDF.

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Describe the system.2.

Project Scenario:
You are the project manager in an IT related organization (e.g.: IT department
in a hospital). One of the employees recognized a need for a new information
system (e.g.: Manage and transmit a patient’s electronic medical record).
Your role is to create an information system to support the business process.
The project usually goes through several phases, you are required to Plan and
Analyze the project.
Part one: Planning the project
You are required to complete the following Tasks:
1. Prepare the system service request (as in the table below) and clearly
describe the system.2. Create Gantt chart showing the project’s tasks, duration,
predecessors, and Milestones(explain on little pragraph for all point)Part Two: Analyzing and designing the project
Once you are done with choosing your Information system and the planning
phase is done. You will move to the analysis part of the project.
You are required to complete the following Tasks:
1. List the functional and nonfunctional system requirements and explain
the method that has been used to collect them.2. Draw the following diagrams based on the requirements list that you
identified:
a) Use Case Diagram
b) DFD
c) Activity Diagram
d) E-R Diagram
e) Class Diagram(explain on little pragrahp for all point)
3. Include a prototype or a sketch of what the system may look like. finally i need to powerpointfile attractive and interesting and donot forget word file and PDF.

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Scenario 3: you are working with 7 other testers to test an 8-player multiplayer game.

Scenario 1: You’re working on a VR title and a new gun was introduced into the game. The gun has unlimited ammo and only one skin. Please write at least five test cases for how you would test the gun.
Scenario 2: You are the client that joins another tester who is the host. The client and host shoot at the same enemy. The host stops shooting and moves on to another enemy. You keep shooting but the enemy keeps walking and does not seem to take damage. The host does not see this issue. What do you do? How would you write a bug for this?
Scenario 3: You are working with 7 other testers to test an 8-player multiplayer game. There is a lobby players can join in on before a game will start. Players can: search for a game, be invited to a match, join a friend’s lobby, join mid-game, or create a private match. What are some tests you would do? How would you communicate them to the team?