In this round, total 30 Multiple Choice Questions test will be conducted.
These MCQs will be formed based on the basic concepts of Android and Java Programming.
This test will be attended by group of two participants.
Qualifying teams will be eligible for Round-II.
In this round, specific app design and its implementation task will be given to a group.
Participants will be completing given app development within 3 hours using Android Programming language.
Participants can use Android docs for program implementation.
Any external source used for the event will lead to disqualification of the group.
Marks will be given based on different parameters like UI representation, UI elements used, Look & Feel, GUI design, Logic, presentation, comments, etc.
1. This event is screening your knowledge and programming skills in the Android. In this event, maximum two participants per team will be participating.
2. There will be two rounds conducted throughout this event. Round-I will be Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) test. Students who qualify in the Round-I will be eligible for Round-II participation.
3. Round-II will be "AAD (Android App Development) Round".
4. Final results will be declared based on the performance of participants in the Round-I and Round-II
JAVA: language syntax and some hands on using eclipse
XML: the structure and usage
Eclipse: project creation and settings
Participants will be provided with the necessary software tools as mentioned below:
Android SDK components and a version of the Eclipse IDE with built-in ADT (Android Developer Tools) to streamline your Android app development.
The ADT Bundle includes everything you need to begin developing apps:
Eclipse + ADT plugin
Android SDK Tools
The latest Android platform
The latest Android system image for the emulator