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If you are a current student taking the course, this is not your class web site, and you should visit the current class web site instead at http://cs193a.stanford.edu/
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Week7 Wed 1:00 PM
Homework 5 (Animal Game) is now posted.
This one may not be quite as tricky to code as HW4, but the database setup can be a blocker, so we suggest starting early on getting that part set up.
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This course provides an introduction to developing applications for the Android mobile platform.
- Prerequisite: CS 106B or equivalent. Java experience highly recommended.
- Devices: Access to an Android phone and/or tablet recommended but not required.
See Links page for some cheap tablet recommendations)
- Lectures: They take place in 300-300, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:30 - 2:50pm.
- Videos?: We have low-quality video recordings of our lectures from a recent quarter, but we cannot promise video for every lecture this quarter nor that the videos will be high-quality.
Admission into the course is by application only.
The course is currently full and has a waiting list.
We are not accepting any further applications at this time.
Due to room size, we also do not permit anyone to "sit in" on the lectures who is not enrolled in the course.
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