Enroll Free Android Application Development Course

Android Application Development course
   Android Application Development Course

About this Android Application Development course:

Enroll this online free Android Application Development course.
A learner seminar on Android Application advancement.

As cell phones have become as significant as wallets and totes in ordinary living, improvement around there is moving quick. Beginning as a portable application engineer is simple in the event that you are engaged and comprehend what you need to do. In this free Android Application Development Course guide indicating how you can demonstrate your believability as a designer. 

Cell phones have overwhelmed the portability market, seeing a more extreme ascent in utilization as time passes. Android and iOS are as yet the two most utilized stages by designers just as end clients. Android has a more noteworthy help being sent by a few cell phone makers. Consequently, from the engineer's perspective, compelling turn of events and instinctive android applications are of gigantic criticalness. In this Android Application Development Course are not many essential things a designer needs to learn before wandering into Android App Development.

By the numbers 
Aptitude level: Beginner Level 
Understudies: 245494 
Dialects: English 
Subtitles: Yes 
Talks: 89 
Video: 27 absolute hours 

Description of this Android Application Development course:

Android system  represents around 85% of all gadgets sold today (2017 Q1). It just bodes well for you to be creating applications for the Android platform. 

I will take you through the essentials of Android Application improvement, and present some more intricate highlights also. This incorporates the accompanying: 

A broad glance at the Java programming language 
Prologue to Android, introducing Android Studio. 
Make your first Android Application, figure out how to troubleshoot the application and figure out how to make a marked APK that you can submit to the play store. 
Working with certain and express expectations 
Definite case of how to function with Fragments 
Get familiar with some customizations like a custom ListView, Toast, Teleview and ActionBar 

Figure out in this Android Application Development course how to spare information to the telephone as SharedPreferences, Files and SQLite 
Figure out how to execute Android 6 Permissions 
Peruse information from an RSS feed and sending SMSes automatically 

Learn in this Android Application Development course how to spare information on the web and do client the executives with Back interminable (MBAAS) 
By finishing this free Android Application Development course, you will have something other than essential information on Android Application Development. 
Join this free Android Application Development course now! 

What you'll learn in this Android Application Development course:

Have a decent review of the Java programming language 
Introduce Android Studio and set up the climate 
Troubleshoot an Android Application 
Make a marked APK document to submit to the Google Play Store 
Utilize Explicit and Implicit Intents 
Utilize Fragments 
Make a Custom List View 
Make the Android Action bar 
Make a custom Toast 
Utilize Shared Preferences, Files and SQLite 

Utilize the AsyncTask class 
Handle Android 6 Permissions 
Spare information in an online data set (MBAAS — Back interminable) and do User the executives 

Are there any course necessities or requirements? 

No earlier information required. Some programming foundation would be useful. 
Computer or PC or Mac that can run Android Studio and the Android Virtual Device. 

Who this Android Application Development course is for: 

Amateur Android understudies that need to figure out how to program for the Android Mobile stage.

Content of this Android Application Development course:

Segment 1: Java Basics 
1. Preparing 
2. Bundles, classes and running your first program 
3. Factors, Literals and Constants 
4. Perusing contribution from the client The Scanner class. 
5. Getting Input from the client utilizing the JOptionPane class. 
6. Remarks in Java. 
7. Prologue to Decision Structures — Operators and Expressions. 
8. On the off chance that, if-else, if-else-if, settled if and legitimate administrators. 
9. Check for values inside or outside a reach. 
10. Contrasting Strings. 
11. The Switch-Statement. 
12. Prologue to Loops. 
13. Valuable Loop Calculations — Input Validation and a User Controlled Loo. 
14. Valuable Loop Calculations Part 2 
15. Working with Files. 
16. Techniques 
17. Prologue to Array. 
18. Contrasting Arrays. 
19. Replicating Arrays. 
20. Most noteworthy and Lowest qualities/Sum and Average. 
21. Clusters with Files and String exhibits. 
22. The Arrays class. 
23. Classes And Objects. 
24. More Classes And Objects.
Area 2: Introduction to Android 
25. Prologue to Android. 
26. Introducing Android Studio. 
27. Prologue to Android Studio. 
28. Action Lifecycle. 

Area 3: Creating your first application 
29. ID Application Part 1 
30. ID Application Part 2 
31. Challenge (Cricket Chirps) 
32. Challenge Solution (Cricket Chirps) 
33. Troubleshooting your Application. 
34. Making a Signed APK document. 

Area 4: Intents 
35. Prologue to Intents. 
36. Express Intents Part 1 
37. Express Intents Part 2 
38. Certain Intents. 
39. Vector Assets. 
40. Challenge Intents. 
41. Answer for Intents Challenge Part 1 
42. Answer for Intents Challenge Part 2 

Area 5: Fragments, RecyclerView and CardView 
43. Prologue to Fragments. 
44. Sections Part 1 
45. Sections Part 2 
46. RecyclerView and CardView Part 1 
47. RecyclerView and CardView Part 2 
48. Sections with RecyclerView Part1. 
49. Sections with RecyclerView Part 2 
50. Pieces with RecyclerView Part 3 
51. Challenge: Fragments with RecyclerView 
52. Answer for Fragments and RecyclerView Challenge Part 1 
53. Answer for Fragments and RecyclerView Challenge Part 2 
54. Answer for Fragments and RecyclerView Challenge Part 3 

Area 6: Customizations 
55. Coasting hint and autocomplete TextView. 
56. Make a custom ListView. 
57. Make a custom Toast. 
58. The Android ActionBar. 
Area 7: Saving Data Locally on the Phone 
59. Spare client inclinations utilizing SharedPreferences. 
60. Spare information utilizing text documents. 
61. Utilizing the AsyncTask class. 
62. Spare information by utilizing a SQLite information base. 

Segment 8: Other 
63. Android 6 Permissions. 
64. Peruse Data from an RSS Feed. 
65. Send SMSes utilizing the Manager class. 
66. Android Service (Example: Stream music) 

Segment 9: Android App Widgets (Home screen Widgets) 
67. Prologue to Android App Widgets. 
68. Progressed App Widget (show information from RSS channel) 

Area 10: Back endless (Mobile Backend As a Service) — Saving Data Online 
69. Prologue to Back endless (Baas) 
70. Setting up your application for the Back endless SDK. 
71. Archives to use for this segment. 
72. Making the Contacts Application. 
73. Making the Login and Register Activity. 
74. Register a New User in Backendless. 
75. Login a User and Password Reset. 
76. Keep a User signed in to your application. 
77. Designs for New Contact and Contact List. 
78. Make another Contact in the Contact Table. 
79. Getting Contacts in a ListView from a Back endless Table. 
80. Planning the Layout for the data action. 
81. Coding for the Contact Info Activity. 
82. Alter and Delete a Contact. 

Segment 11: Google Maps 
83. Prologue to Back endless (MBAAS) 
84. Setting up your application to utilize Backendless. 
85. Google Maps Introduction. 
86. Google Maps (share area on the web) Part 1 
87. Google Maps (share area on the web) Part 2 
88. Google Maps (share area on the web) Part 3
89. Google Maps (share area on the web) Part 4

Teacher of this free Android Application Development course:
Program Programming 
Android aficionado and instructor 

I have been in the showing calling now for a very long time showing Mathematics, Java application advancement and Android application improvement. 

I love to show individuals new abilities and will go the additional mile for individuals ready to make a solid effort to pass my courses. 
I considered Information Technology and acquired by B.Sc. degree in Information Technology in 2001 and my B.Sc. Respects degree in Information Technology in 2002. I began my showing profession in 2003 and in 2007 acquired my Post Graduate Certificate in Education. In January 2016 I acquired my Master's Degree in Education. 

I am right now keeping myself occupied with making Android applications and improving current frameworks at organizations while additionally showing Android application improvement and Java application advancement.

So enroll this Android Applications Development course and grow your Career in this industry.


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