One of the goals of CMER is to help Computer Science, IT, and Engineering faculty worldwide to seamlessly integrate mobile application development into their courses. This is done by offering tested hands-on labs and other instructor resources, tutorials and workshops at international conferences, and local faculty summits focused on mobile application development.
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Academic Kit: The CMER Academic Kit provides Java-based material for a new course on mobile application development and plug-in modules for existing Computing courses.
Mobile Web-based App Development: A series of modern hands-on labs and resources for developing state-of-the-art mobile apps using Web technologies. This series replaces the mobile web-based course in the academic kit.
Mobile App Development with Adobe AIR: A series of modern hands-on labs for developing state-of-the-art mobile apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook using Adobe AIR (Flash Builder and ActionScript 3). Adobe AIR apps may also run on BB 10, Android, and iOS devices.
BB 10 Apps with HTML5 WebWorks: A coupleof labs to get you started with developing apps for BB 10 using HTML5 WebWorks. The labs feature a couple of apps: a geolocation app that uses Google Maps and GPS, and a BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator that uses a third party graph library.