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Blrdroid Teach BMSCE Workshop (Only for BMSCE Students)

As part of Bangalore Android User Group Teach Initiative we are organizing our next work shop in BMSCE . This will be a one day workshop aimed to help Students get started with Android. This work shop is only for BMS College of Engineering Students please don't RSPV if you are not currently studying there


The Session will be divided into 2 parts Theory and Practical, here is small overview of the topics which will be covered

=> Introduction to android/mobile technology

=> Android architecture

=> Anatomy of android apps, folder structure IDE and perspective

=> Android Components (Activities, Services, Broadcast receiver, Content provider etc)

=> Designing android apps

=> Hands on Session

=> Taking apps to Android marketplace and Carrier advice

Please RSVP for the event.

Note: This event is only For BMSCE College Students, if you are not current student of BMSCE Please don't RSVP you will not be allowed to attend this session.

If you want to conduct similar session in your college please drop a mail to [masked]

Prerequisite For Workshop please make sure you follow following steps to setup your development environment.

  1. Go Here and Download ADT Bundle
  2. Extract the bundle open Eclipse/ADT
  3. Try a basic hello world program from this link (only do Create Project With Eclipse Section)
  4. Run your app by creating an AVD see (Run on Emulator Section)

Dont use Command line to build or Run, if you want to give a shot please go ahead. Please Make Sure you have Android 2.3.3 version with your Android Developer Tool. To add one go to

  1. Eclipse -> Windows -> Android SDK Manager
  2. From SDK Manager Select Android 2.3.3 (API 10) (If already Checked no need to install anything new)
  3. Click on Install Package button in right corner
  4. In next Screen Select Accept all Radio button
  5. Click on Install
  6. Restart your Eclipse ADT.

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  • Sachin Kumar T S

    I'm very sad that I'm not able to attend this workshop because of health problems... I'll attend next time..

    March 8, 2013

  • Arun S M

    Eager to develop my first Game on Android! Would be expecting for a class on Graphics...

    March 6, 2013

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