Android Training & Certification - 49 Projects (2016)

Learn how to make Android Applications using these CodeAlong Videos, which includes 49 total projects
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  • Lectures 80
  • Length 17 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 2/2016 English

Course Description

This course is built to teach beginners how to start making applications in Android, as well as for advanced devs to learn some of the advanced features available in Mobile Application Development.

It's a simple code along tutorial series where students can code while learning, which is found to be the most efficient way of learning these days.

Along with the videos, I have included the slides corresponding to them and also completed projects.

On an average, it should take about a month to complete this course. So be patient and keep on practising along with me.

This course is structured in such a way that it will try to motivate you by initially building some simple apps and see for yourself how easy Android Development is and then slowly advance towards some of the difficult concepts, where I feel you will be ready to tackle them.

If you are passionate about learning Android Development, or have an idea that you want to build your app on - I would greatly recommend you this course. This course will help you understand everything from basics to advanced level Android Mobile Development.

What are the requirements?

  • Basics of Programming
  • Core java basics

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Make Complete Android Apps from Scratch
  • Understand each and every concept of Android Development
  • Build very simple apps to production level applications ready for Google Play Store

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone with basic understanding of Programming Language
  • Someone who wants to master Android Development

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Introduction
Preview
09:13
Section 1: Introduction to Android
What is Android
01:58
History of Android: Part 1
11:25
History of Android: Part 2
11:00
Android Architecture
05:17
Android App Architecture
04:16
Tools
06:15
Section 2: Up and Running with Apps
Running your First Project: Part 1
09:09
Running your First Project: Part 2
12:21
Activity and Layouts
06:43
A Few More Nuts and Bolts: Part 1
10:01
A Few More Nuts and Bolts: Part 2
10:17
Lets Play: Part 1
Preview
12:56
Lets Play: Part 2
09:33
Lets Play: Part 3
04:11
Lets Play: Part 4
05:53
Lets Play: Part 5
06:02
Lets Play: Part 6
09:50
Section 3: Debugging and Activities
Android Debugging: Part 1
16:14
Android Debugging:Part 2
14:59
More Activities
16:48
Activity LifeCycle
09:32
Saving State
08:35
Intent Types
17:25
Section 4: Fragments, Animations, Menus, Dialogs and Media
Introduction to Fragments
13:36
LifeCycle of Fragments
07:14
Communicating Fragments
11:38
Animation and Graphics: Part 1
07:43
Animation and Graphics: Part 2
12:18
Menus and Dialogs: Part 1
12:33
Menus and Dialogs: Part 2
09:02
Menus and Dialogs: Part 3
16:49
Media: Part 1
10:08
Media: Part 2
13:37
Section 5: Data Storage
Preferences: Part 1
09:29
Preferences: Part 2
14:16
Introduction to SQLite
19:38
Introduction to Content Providers
11:32
Section 6: File Storage and IPC
File Storage
14:01
Cache and External Storage
17:02
IPC - Inter Process Comunication
09:32
Section 7: ListViews
Introduction to ListViews
19:29
Advanced ListViews: Part 1
13:50
Advanced ListViews: Part 2
15:40
Section 8: Threading
MultiThreading, Handlers and Loopers: Part 1
09:50
MultiThreading, Handlers and Loopers: Part 2
12:43
MultiThreading, Handlers and Loopers: Part 3
17:11
AsyncTask
17:23
Section 9: XML and JSON Data Parsing
XML Parsing: Part 1
17:19
XML Parsing: Part 2
07:22
JSON Parsing
15:05
Section 10: Services and Broadcast Receivers
Services: Part 1
17:20
Services: Part 2
18:47
Broadcast Receivers
16:08
Section 11: Maps and Location API
Maps: Part 1
16:17
Maps: Part 2
08:14
Advanced Maps Features
19:29
Markers: Part 1
09:05
Markers: Part 2
15:58
Overlays
19:58
Section 12: Parcelable and YQL Project
Parcelable and YQL Project: Part 1
Preview
19:11
Parcelable and YQL Project: Part 2
Preview
16:48
Parcelable and YQL Project: Part 3
Preview
19:50
Parcelable and YQL Project: Part 4
Preview
17:49
Section 13: Advanced Fragments, ViewPager and Navigation Drawer
More Fragments: Part 1
13:05
More Fragments: Part 2
16:00
More Fragments: Part 3
17:01
More Fragments: Part 4
16:50
ViewPager
16:48
Navigation Drawer
12:46
Section 14: Home Screen Widgets
Widgets: Part 1
10:28
Widgets: Part 2
19:51
Section 15: Advances SQLite and Custom Content Providers
Advanced SQLite Database: Part 1
Preview
08:35
Advanced SQLite Database: Part 2
16:05
Advanced SQLite Database: Part 3
16:27
Custom Content Providers: Part 1
Preview
17:59
Custom Content Providers: Part 2
17:53
Section 16: Notifications
Local Notifications: Part 1
04:10
Local Notifications: Part 2
16:04
Push Notifications
10:10

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Instructor Biography

Vivian Aranha, Mobile Solutions Architect and Professional Trainer

After completing Masters in Computer Science at The George Washington University, started working on Web and Mobile Applications. Have been training people in Mobile Technologies for the last 6 years in both iOS and Android Technology.

Been building Mobile Apps and Websites for last 6 years for brands like The Washington Post, Cars.com, Kaplan and many more. Have more then 150 mobile applications of my own.

Hands-on experience architecting, developing and publishing apps since 2009.

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