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Music is one of the biggest app categories on Google Play. You have the potential to earn substantial revenue from any music app you create!
Learn the basic concepts, tools, and functions that you will need to build a fully functional Android music streaming app with the programming language, Java. Also learn how to set up your own server and upload music that your app will eventually play.
Things You'll Learn
Powerful Skills at Your Fingertips
By learning to create both Android apps as well as PHP and MYSQL backends you will become incredibly valuable to potential employers. Combining these 2 skills is the number one reason developers get hired for startups. Those startups need this information and are willing to pay for it!
Not only do you learn the ins and outs of streaming music on Android apps but this course includes a MASSIVE bonus. I teach you how to create and setup a fully functional server that does the following:
Content and Overview
No knowledge is needed of programming for this course but it helps. If you are a complete beginner then please take simple Java basics course FIRST.
You will be taken on a journey through:
This course establishes a strong understanding of music app creation concepts and includes training on Android and Java. It also includes training on MYSQL, PHP and cPanel. Each chapter starts with an introduction and ends with a summary to help you learn even better.
Complete this course and you'll have skills that are continuously in demand from most businesses.
Increase your value by joining now!
Credit: Promo music provided by Ben Sound
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|Section 1: Introduction and Environment Setup|
Setup Android Studio and Simulators on a Mac
Setup Android Studio and Simulators on a PC (Windows)
|Section 2: Server Setup and Testing|
Introduction to Server SetupPreview
Free servers are everywhere but they are overcrowded. It's always better to opt for a paid server over which you have much more control. The good news is you can get for less than $5 per month (includes a domain). If you intend to develop apps in the future then having your own test server is a really good idea!
The next sections are labelled one or two. Choose the most appropriate one for your use case.
Option 1: Setting up a Free Server
Option 2: Setting up a Paid Server (Much More Control)
How to Upload Your Files to a Server
Create Your Server Database Using cPanel
Create a PHP Script to Add Uploaded Music to the Database - Part 1
Create a PHP Script to Add Uploaded Music to the Database - Part 2
We navigate to the server address containing our MP3s. If they play then the server is setup and ready to rock and roll!
|Section 3: A Really Simple Android Music Streaming Function|
Introduction to Simple StreamingPreview
Setting up our Project in Android Studio
How to Create a Simple Streaming Function in Android
Correct Threading Patterns for Android Streaming Audio
Summary of Really Simple Android Music Streaming Function
|Section 4: Basic Control of Media Players on Android|
Introduction to Basic Control of Media Players on AndroidPreview
Adding a Play Pause Button to our App
Connecting up the Streaming Player and the Play Pause Button
How to Toggle the Play Pause Button Icon
Debugging an Android App
Summary of Basic Control of Media Players on Android
|Section 5: Background Audio Streaming on Android using Services|
Introduction to Background Audio Streaming on Android using ServicesPreview
What is an Android Service?
Creating an Android Service to Play Music
How to Communicate From a Service to an Activity on Android
How to Communicate Between an Activity and a Service - Binding
Summary of Background Audio Streaming on Android using Services
|Section 6: Advanced Audio Streaming Features on Android|
Introduction to Advanced Audio Streaming Features on AndroidPreview
Moving a Service to Foreground - Part 1
Moving a Service to Foreground - Part 2
Moving a Service to Foreground - Part 3
How to Request Audio Focus on Android
How to Respond to Audio Interruptions on Android
How to Handle Earphone Unplugging on Android
Summary of Advanced Audio Streaming Features on Android
|Section 7: Retrieving a List of Songs from a Remote Database|
Introduction to Retrieving a List of Songs from a Remote DatabasePreview
Creating the PHP Access Script to Return Database Results to our App
How to Make a Web Call to a Database on Android
Creating the Song Class to Hold Retrieved Music
Parsing PHP Results into a List of Songs
Summary of Retrieving a List of Songs from a Remote Database
|Section 8: Displaying a List of Songs in a List View on Android|
Introduction to Displaying a List of Songs in a List View on AndroidPreview
What is a List View Exactly?
Creating a List View (termed ListView) using Android Layouts
How to Create Custom Rows for Android List Views
How to Populate a List View and its Custom Row with Data
Starting Music Playback When a List View Item is Tapped
Summary of Displaying a List of Songs in a List View on Android
|Section 9: Adding Extra Functionality to our Spotify App|
Introduction to Adding Extra Functionality to our Spotify AppPreview
Creating a PHP Script to Increment Number of Plays in our Database
Keeping Track of Each Time a Song is Played
Creating a PHP Script to Like a Track in our Database
How to Like a Playing Song
Summary of Adding Extra Functionality to our Spotify App
|Section 10: Summary and a Gift For You|
Summary of Everything You Have Learnt
Final Thank You and a Free Gift
Swift 3 on iOS, a little Java here and there and C# for Xamarin. I'll show you how to use them all!
When you learn from me you learn in an holistic manner. You learn concepts that are applicable to ALL mobile systems.
My aim is to get you qualified mighty fast, with very little hair tearing from frustration!
And what does that mean for you?
You'll be able to make your own apps to earn passive income. Or you could become a freelance developer which I can honestly say it is the best life in the world. You will have no boss and earn an hourly rate of over $100. You can also take holiday whenever you want!
Of course you have to learn how to make good apps first so take my courses now and you will see how easy mobile app development can be!