From July 17 to 21, will take place the summer course ‘Create your mobile applications (apps)’ that is part of the Els Juliols program of the University of Barcelona. The course consists of a 20 hours training and guided practices on the operation and the wide possibilities offered by the MIT App Inventor program to create mobile applications.
From Citilab, Daniel Martínez, technician in innovation pedagogy, will present a conference on the last day of the course, on July 21 at 12 p.m., about mobile applications connected to Arduino.
This session will conclude the program of this five-day course that will take place at the Historic Building of the University of Barcelona (Edifici Històric de la Universitat de Barcelona), located on the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes in Barcelona, from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 am to 2 pm.
During training, students will create several mobile applications with a menu with several screens in which they may include one or more games, text, audio and video. In addition, they will also use geolocation, accelerometer, voice, camera, sharing with WhatsApp or email and the rest of the mobile sensors. Finally, they will also learn to connect robots and external devices (Lego and Arduino) to the mobile.
By clicking here you can check the entire program, the price of the course and the grants available as well as the information to start the registration.