NOTE: This web site is out of date
This is the course web site from a past quarter, Spring 2016
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/
If you are already at cs193a.stanford.edu, the web page may not be updated yet for the new quarter.
Please be advised that courses change with each new quarter and instructor.
Any information on this out-of-date page may not apply to you this quarter.
App upload video:
Our TA Derin Dutz has created a video tutorial about
Check it out!
Homework 6 (Animal Game) spec has now been posted.
- [Week2 Sat]
Lecture room change: For the rest of the quarter (starting Mon 4/11), our lectures will now be held in room 200-303.
Please go to that room instead of the old lecture room.
- (we won't be able to reply, though)
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 200-303, Mondays and Wednesdays at 3:00 - 4:20pm.
- Videos?: We have low-quality video recordings of our lectures from last 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.
If you want to be considered for a late add into the course, please fill out our and you will be contacted ASAP.
Students who wish to "sit in" on lectures or "audit" the class must understand that the room space is limited and that they should never take a seat in the room if most/all seats are already occupied, because the existing seats need to be given to enrolled students.
This document and its content are copyright © Marty Stepp, 2016.
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