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Do you want to develop skills to prototype mobile-enabled products using state-of-the-art technologies? In this course you will build a hardware and software development environment to guide your journey through the Internet of Things specialization courses. We will use the DragonBoard™ 410c single board computer (SBC). This is the first in a series of courses where you will learn both the theory and get the hands-on development practice needed to prototype Internet of Things products. This course is suitable for a broad range of learners. This course is for you if: • You want to develop hands-on experience with mobile technologies and the Internet • You want to pivot your career towards the design and development of Internet of Things enabled products • You are an entrepreneur, innovator or member of a DIY community Learning Goals: After completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Configure at least one integrated development environment (IDE) for developing software. 2. Make use of git, adb and fastboot to flash multiple OS and repair bricked boards. 3. Install Android 5.1 (Lollipop) and Linux based on Ubuntu. 4. Create, compile and run a Hello World program. 5. Describe the DragonBoard™ 410c peripherals, I/O expansion capabilities, Compute (CPU and Graphics) capabilities, and Connectivity capabilities.
- Week 1 - Introduction
Welcome to the Internet of Things! Before diving into this course give us a chance to let you know what it is all about! We will walk you through a module by module outline that will give you highlights on the interesting aspects of the course.
- Week 2 - Terminology/Cheat Sheet (Beginner)
In this course, you will see a lot of new words and acronyms you might not be familiar with. If you feel comfortable with your knowledge of tech terminology, feel free to skip these lessons since they will not affect the overall integrity of the course. If you...
- Week 3 - Board Bring up
The new and exciting DragonBoard™ 410c is now available! In this module you will get introduced to the new all-in-one board, get an overview of all its amazing features and find out how you can get one yourself. We will then walk you through the registration p...
- Week 4 - Setting up your Developing Environment
In order to easily communicate with your DragonBoard™ 410c it is essential to set up a developing environment. In this lesson we will talk about Android Studio as our preferred IDE (Integrated Development Environment), we will show you how and where to downloa...
- Week 5 - Changing your Operating System
The DragonBoard™ 410c is capable of running a variety of different operating systems, that being said you are free to chose the operating system that you find is best fit for you. Now, we understand that there is a diverse user base for this board and would li...
- Week 6 - Rescuing your Bricked Board
No one expects to damage their new DragonBoard™ 410c, but sometimes accidents happen. This module is dedicated to helping you not only prevent these accidents from happening, but also to fixing any problems should your board become damaged in any way. Here we ...
- Week 7 - Creating your First Application
Welcome to Module 6! In this module we will be creating your first Android App to port to the DragonBoard™ 410c. This “Network Test” App will give you a teaser for the programmatic feats you will be able to accomplish with the DragonBoard™! You will learn abou...
- Week 8 - Native Development Kit (NDK)
In Module 7, will give you a general introduction and brief overview of Android Studio’s Native Development Kit (NDK). The NDK allows us users to program Android applications using C/C++. The NDK utilizes the Java Native Interface (JNI) to facilitate code and ...
- Week 9 - CALIT2 Bird Application
Who doesn’t love a good game to pass time? In this Module, we will create a more advanced and interactive Android Application / Game! We will be creating our version of FlappyBird--CalliBird or Calit2Bird, as we like to call it. We will cover the basics of the...
- Week 10 - Monitoring your DragonBoard™ 410c
Congratulations! You’ve made it to the last module of Course 2! In this Module we will cover a more advanced NDK Application. This application is a bit more challenging than prior applications because it is coded in both Java and C. Regardless of the rigour, w...
Qualcomm Institute of Calit2, UC, San Diego
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Qualcomm Institute of Calit2, UC, San Diego
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