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Why choose TONEX for your Mobile App Development needs?

Get the mobile app development skills you need in iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, jQuery Mobile, PhoneGap, Mobile App Security, Mobile App hacking and more.

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What’s the structure of our Mobile App Training Courses?

Part Lecture, Parts hands-on. We go through the fundamentals (in the morning: lectures and in the afternoon: hands-on exercises and by developing real apps using the knowledge learned in the morning). The lectures are usually short, focused and intense, followed by hands-on labs and exercises.

Upon completion of the Mobile App Training courses attendees will be able to:

  • Plan, Architecture, Build, Integrate and Test their own iOS apps, Android apps and Web apps with HTML5/jQuery Mobile.
  • Understand how iOS, Android and Mobile Web applications work.
  • Design and develop useful mobile applications with compelling user interfaces (focusing on UX also).
  • Use  communication APIs for SMS, GPS, telephony, network management, and internet resources (HTTP).
  • Secure, tune, package, and deploy mobile applications on multiple platforms.
  • Learn how to build mobile apps using audio, camera, maps, browsers, GPS, Sensors, Magnetometer, Accelerometer, Face Detection, 802.15.4 or ZigBee, Ethernet, WiFi, Soft Modem, Geocoding, Third-Party SDKs and more
  • Debug common problems and use the development environment

Core courses for Mobile App Development Training:

  • iOS Fundamentals and Advanced
  • Android Fundamentals and Advanced
  • Objective-C Programming
  • Java Programming
  • Web apps using HTML5 APPS WITH JQUERY
  • Multi Platform Apps with PhoneGap
  • Building GUI and UX
  • Working with Sensors such as
  • Windows Phone 8 (Optional)
  • Blackberry 10 (optional)


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