droidconIN 2015

The fifth edition of droidconIN

How to build a mobile app with an App Engine backend

Submitted by Sunita Sahu (@sunita198blisstering) on Wednesday, 21 October 2015

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Technical level

Beginner

Section

Core Development - Crisp talk (15 minutes)

Status

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Objective

This talk describes how to develop a mobile application powered by Google Cloud Platform. The application includes an App Engine backend and clients for both Android and iOS.

Description

This session will describe how to set up the mobile backend app which runs on Google Cloud Platform (App Engine). Theion application contains the data repository and the business logic to support the mobile client requests. In this tutorial you use Android Studio to set up and deploy the backend that will be used by both the Android and the iOS clients.

Using Android Studio to set up the backend (for both clients) has the following advantages:

Android Studio gives you direct integration with App Engine.
Through Android Studio, you can auto-generate the Cloud Endpoints client libraries needed to access the backend.

Requirements

Android Studio version 1.0 or higher.
Checkstyle IDEA (optional), which provides both real-time and on-demand scanning of Java files with CheckStyle 6.5. Or, Stock Android Studio, with checkstyle-idea plugin and Android SDK 21 installed.

Speaker bio

Sunita is working as Mobile Engineer in Blisstering Solutions.From last 3 years , She is developing apps in android.

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