Android - use SQLight to build a quiz game
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Android - use SQLight to build a quiz game

Build a Trivia Quiz from scratch
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Created by Vyara Georgieva
Last updated 12/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will be able to build your own trivia quiz game;
  • You wull be able to work with SQLight database;
  • You will know how to add timer, rate and share options to your apps;
  • You will be able to upload your working game in the google store;
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Requirements
  • You need to have the Android Studio installed
  • Have basic understanding of the Androi Studio platform
  • Have some experience with Android programming
  • Have basic understanding of SQL queries (not obligatory)
Description

Build your own trivia quiz, starting from scratch! In this course I will show you how the different modules are added, how the visualization is matched to the data retrieved, how some elements may be created dynamically. We will examine an SQLight DataBase Viewer, will check how to create our own database and insert the data row by row. At the same time, I will present you the OpenCSV library, so that we will have our data in a csv-format and from those files we will populate the tables within the database. We will have our mock data only, of course, as your app needs to be unique - so it will be up to you to think for the questions and their answers. Furthermore, we will add  a timer and some extra options (as the share and the rate my app buttons). As I believe, that the code needs to be EXPLAINED, not WRITTEN in front of you, I will be using ready code snippets, passing through the logic of ach line. On this way you will be given the opportunity to understand everything and then DO it by YOURSELVES. What are you waiting for? Grab the course and build your unique trivia quiz game. The source code of mine will be waiting for you at the end of the session. See you in a while!

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for everyone who has interest in building android project;
  • Who wants to have their own TRIVIA QUIZ game
  • Who wants to advance in building complete android projects
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Curriculum For This Course
18 Lectures
02:45:14
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Build the database
4 Lectures 35:22
What tables we need in the database
06:14


Add the models
05:13

Add the Data Access Object
15:53
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Build the Categories Module
2 Lectures 37:36

Categories - take the data from the database
23:55
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Build the Question and Answers Module
4 Lectures 53:52
Questions activity - build the interface
12:36

Import Questions data
12:12

Import Answers data
11:10

Handle the visualization of the Questions Activity
17:54
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Build the summary module
1 Lecture 09:25
The Summary activity
09:25
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The Enhancements
5 Lectures 19:51
Add templates fro the answer buttons
03:27

The main activity
03:07

Add a SHARE option to the app
02:58


Add a RATE option to the app
04:11
About the Instructor
Vyara Georgieva
4.6 Average rating
89 Reviews
4,930 Students
5 Courses
ESL Teacher; Technical Trainer

I have been teaching for seven years now, always inspired by the enthusiasm of people, acquiring new knowledge. Keep It Super Simple - the basic principle to follow, every complex theory or concept turns out clear and easily applicable. Currently, I am a technical writer and an Android developer, aimed at creating educational software products. 

Before going into technology, however, I have been teaching English as a foreign language for more than 7 years. Teaching is what my passion remained - as people need to be explained, to be shown, to be helped to start speaking. I have been preparing students for the Cambridge FCE and CAE exams for more than 4 years. At the same time, my adult student have been on various levels - starting from the alphabet (A0) to being advanced (C1 level).