Enterprise Mobile Application Development using IBM Worklight

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Certification Body: Aegis School of Data Science
Location: On-campus (India, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore)
Type: Certificate course
Coordinator: Ritin Joshi
Language: English
Course fee: 0 USD
GST: 18%
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Enterprise Mobile Application Development using IBM Worklight

The exponential growth of smart phone usage has created a sudden demand in mobile application development skills in the market. Today, there is handful of platforms (smart phones and tablets) that runs these smart devices. This platform domain is led by Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows Phone platforms - with Apple and Android being the front runners. IBM® Worklight® helps you extend your business to mobile devices. It is designed to provide an open, comprehensive platform to build, test, run and manage native, hybrid and mobile web apps. IBM Worklight can help reduce both app development and maintenance costs, improve time-to-market and enhance mobile app governance and security.

About the course

In this course, you learn how to use IBM Worklight V6.1 to develop mobile applications that run on an Android or iOS* environment.
IBM Worklight is part of the IBM MobileFirst strategy. IBM Worklight provides standards-based technologies and tools that can help you efficiently develop, connect, run, and manage applications for smartphones and tablets.
In this course, you learn about the capabilities of IBM Worklight and how to use them to develop mobile applications by using the IBM Worklight hybrid coding approach. The course begins with overviews of mobile development, IBM Worklight V6.1, and Worklight Studio. You then learn about the essential application programming interfaces (APIs) and tools that provide for the development, back-end integration, security, and management of cross-platform mobile applications. This course covers topics that include IBM Worklight client-side APIs; user interface (UI) frameworks such as jQuery, Dojo, or Sencha Touch; Apache Cordova, integration, authentication techniques, push notification, and deploying and managing applications.
The hands-on lab exercises throughout the course reinforce lecture content by giving you direct experience in working with IBM Worklight and mobile application development. The exercises cover skills that include installing IBM Worklight Studio, using Apache Cordova to access native device functions, and integrating native pages and web pages. You also gain practice in securing applications and in using the Application Center feature to share applications with your team during development.
The lab environment for this course uses the Google Android platform.

Audience:

This course is designed for web developers who want to create cross-platform dynamic web applications that can run on desktop browsers and on mobile devices, and for application developers who want to create, manage, and deploy mobile applications to Android and iOS* mobile environments by using IBM Worklight V6.1.Students of
– Engineering (CS, IT)-
– MCA

Pre-Requisites:

Before taking this course, you should have experience in Java or web development with Eclipse, and a good knowledge of the following web technologies:

  • HTML5
  • JavaScript
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 3

A basic knowledge of a Mobile Web UI framework, such as Dojo Mobile,

Contents:

  • This course covers the following topics:
  • Identify a mobile application design type suitable for your application
  • Develop a mobile application to run on an Android or iOS platform by using the IBM Worklight hybrid coding approach
  • Use IBM Worklight client-side APIs for cross-platform portability
  • Use the Apache Cordova framework to access native device functions
  • Use IBM Worklight server-side APIs for back-end integration
  • Include the Dojo Mobile, jQuery Mobile, or Sencha Touch UI frameworks in an application
  • Secure a mobile application by using different IBM Worklight authentication techniques
  • Develop an application that uses push notifications
  • Deploy an application to a production environment
  • Use the IBM Application Center to share applications within an organization

Please send your Resume to admission@aegis.edu.in 
Get in Touch with Ritin Joshi and Rupali Dutta at 9022137010