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CN App

CyberLab Software Development interns have developed the CN Mobile App for both iPhone and Android devices. This app has a range of capabilities, with features such as posting, polling, media embedding and class notifications. These functions give CN users the opportunity to stay connected to their courses at the tap of an icon, immediately allowing access to their courses and the chance to interact with their professors and classmates. Students can also easily track their progress in the course with features like the Anar Progress Bar, giving them a visual of their course activity.

You can find and download the CN app from Google Play or iTunes.

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thecn.app&hl=en

iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/course-networking/id531484941




iPhone

IPhone Log in IPhone Homepage IPhone Notifications IPhone Course List
Log in Page CN Homepage Notifications Course List



Android

Android 1 Android 2 Android 3 Android 4
Answer a Poll Get Poll Results Write a Post Add Photos

 



Meet the iPhone App Developers

Manny Singh Manny Singh is a past Programming Intern who developed the CN iPhone app in the summer of 2013. Manny's programming produced all of the groundwork for the iPhone app and paved the way for current interns, who continue to perfect and update his work on today.“I learned a lot about how the process works and how we progressed as a team.”
Nathan Cardwell Nathan Cardwell is a Programming Intern who develops features and updates for the CN iPhone appp. Nathan started interning at the CyberLab in 2014. He credits his knowledge and background in the field to his high school robotics team. Nathan is a Biomedical Engineer major at IUPUI.
Ravi

Ravi Shah is a Computer Information Science graduate student at IUPUI. He is working as a Software Engineer intern, working specifically in iOS app development. Before coming to IUPUIf or his studies and working in the CyberLab, Ravi had 3 years of development experience in the field of app development. He loves software engineering because he is able to help create applications that help people world wide. In his free time Ravi enjoys playing crickett, spending time with family and friends, and listening to music.

Email: imrvshah@gmail.com

Meet the Android App Developer

Nathan Cardwell is a Programming Intern who develops features and updates for the CN iPhone appp. Nathan started interning at the CyberLab in 2014. He credits his knowledge and background in the field to his high school robotics team. Nathan is a Biomedical Engineer major at IUPUI.
PJ

Phillip (PJ) Heebner, also a Programming Intern at the CyberLab, started developing the CN Android app from December 2013. With his background in computer science and hard-working attitude, PJ has been grateful for the knowledge he’s gained from developing the CN Android app. “I’ve learned how to vision the big picture and how all of these different parts fit into the app as a whole. You learn how to do a lot at once, and that experience was most rewarding.”

PJ continues to update the Android app as his ongoing project at the CyberLab.

Nathan Cardwell Nathan Cardwell is a Programming Intern who develops features and updates for the CN iPhone appp. Nathan started interning at the CyberLab in 2014. He credits his knowledge and background in the field to his high school robotics team. Nathan is a Biomedical Engineer major at IUPUI.