Android App Development with Parse and Android Studio IDE
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In this Android course, we are going to use the new Android Studio IDE provided by Google to develop a live user's status update application. User's will be able to sign up for an account, Log in, then start posting status update as well as viewing other user's updates in a Listview. Download the App. Live Update.
We will be using the MVC pattern, where the xml will be used for creating views and java code as the controller. Our data will be stored in a cloud server, Parse website.
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|Section 1: Introduction and Getting Started!|
The Android Application
Download Android Studio: https://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/studio.html
To include the library from parse which I mistakenly omitted in video 4 , please follow this simple guideline from parse. Head to the quick start guide.
|Section 2: Getting our hands dirty!|
Registration Form Design
Storing Registered Users
Login Form Design
Updating Status and Logout.
Organizing our Activities.
Homepage Listview.(Status Updates)
Custom Adapter code
Populating Homepage With Custom Adapter
|Section 3: Customizations.|
Here is the custom adapter link. http://ronnykibet.com/live-update-custom-adapter/
Customizing Adapter's Layout Part 2.
Customizing the ActionBar
Customizing a single row.
On List Item Click.
Status Detail View
Asset Stuido: http://romannurik.github.io/AndroidAssetStudio/