One day Android Application Development Workshop by CODE club
GSFC University always promote student managed clubs to give a platform where students can learn, organize and take responsibilities for managing activities of their interest. In this series “The C.O.D.E.” student club is inaugurated on 7th March 2020 in the presence of Dr Saurabh Shah, Dean, School of Technology, Dr Nishith Parikh, Associate Dean, School of Technology, and Ms Abhilasha Vyas, Program Coordinator CSE, School of Technology, GSFC University. The main objective of this club is to organize technical activities to spread awareness among students about emerging technologies and tools. On 7th March, 2020, “The C.O.D.E.” student club also organized a one day workshop on Android Application Development in association with WayToWeb Private Limited, Ahmedabad.
WayToWeb Private Limited (An ISO Certified Company), India based global IT Services Company, committed to deliver end-to-end IT solutions and services to its customers worldwide, with over 9+ years of experience. WayToWeb have been partnering with various digital agencies over USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Kuwait, Singapore, and Malaysia with the dedicated Team of 40+ Professionals.
Android provides a rich application framework that allows us to build innovative apps and games for mobile devices in a Java language environment. The workshop timings was from 10.30am to 4.00pm and 35 students participated from various streams of GSFC University. At the end of the workshop students received certificate of participation and during the day they build small android applications. The students really enjoyed the workshop and learned to work and build android applications.
Event Schedule: 06th February 2020 10:00AM onwards
Key deliverables: Basics about Android application, About layouts, Setting contents in layouts Widgets, Toast, Indent, Database connection
Takeaways: Android application development
Learning: Tools and layouts
Feedback of student: Feedback of students were very satisfactory and trainers were also given good feedback about involvement of students during the workshop.