IIT Bombay Offers Free Online Course on Creating Android Apps on SWAYAM Platform
IIT Bombay is accepting applications for a free online course on creating an Android app using Kotlin software. Kotlin software is a new open source programming language, which runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and was built by JetBrains, known for IntelliJ IDEA (Android Studio is based on IntelliJ IDEA). Kotlin was announced as an official language on Android by Google.
This course consists of 10 audio-video spoken tutorials which can be taken up by learners at their convenience once registered on the SWAYAM platform. The program is an FDP course approved by the Indian Council of Technical Education (AICTE), which will be led by Kannan M Moudgalya, a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. The course can take around 8 weeks and is best suited for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Software Requirements To Take IIT Bombay Free Online Course
- The configuration of the learners’ laptop must have the specifications indicated in the system requirements in the link https://developer.android.com/studio/.
- Java must be installed on the system because Kotlin has deep interoperability with Java.
- Learners will need to ensure that there is a constant internet connection when installing and building the first project.
- You will have to follow the tutorial ‘First steps with the Hello World application’ to know how to install a configuration on an Android phone.
How to Register for IIT Bombay Free Online Course on SWAYAM Platform?
- Interested participants click on the identify Where save button to register on the platform.
- It is possible to log in using Google, Microsoft or Facebook accounts or register with SWAYAM.
- To register, entrants will need to use the Register button and provide their username, password and email address and verify their accounts using the submit code option. verification.
About IIT Bombay Free Online Course on Building Android Apps
The SWAYAM platform says that while the Android application, source code and course content were provided by Abhishek Shah, a 2018 FOSSEE intern of the Spoken-Tutorial project at Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya Engineering College, Gujarat, the effort of spoken tutorial for Android app using Kotlin was contributed by Nirmala Venkat and supported by Saurabh Adhikary and Nancy Varkey of Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay.