Welcome to the iMustangs website of the Computer Science Department of Midwestern State University. That sure is a mouthful!
If you’re here, then you have probably heard that there is a small group of Mustangs that are busy working on an iPhone app for MSU. This group consists of Professor Tina Johnson, Professor Terry Griffin, Graduate Student Shawn Seals, and Undergraduate Students Eric Binnion and Chase Sawyer.
For a more official description of what the iMustangs group, see the quote form our grant proposal below.
Mobile devices are ubiquitous in our society. If you want to get directions, check gas prices, play an interactive game with friends, or have a desire for some other information, “there’s an app for that!” Traditional computer science courses at Midwestern State University are designed to teach programming techniques that will transfer to a wide variety of applications.
Although mobile device programming is incorporated in one or more courses, the development of an iPhone App is limited by the proprietary nature of Apple. The purpose of this research is two-fold:
1) To provide computer science students and faculty with the necessary resources to learn how to develop and publish iPhone Apps.
2) To use this knowledge to develop an iPhone App (iMustangs) designed specifically for MSU students, staff, and faculty.
Please visit this website frequently as we publish some of our research that we have found on iOS development.