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The Android operating system is changing our lives in so many ways and also enabled enterprises to develop into big names in the IT business. It has the biggest database of users around the world and the numbers are only increasing. With the boom of mobile devices, the android app market has grown majorly, with the addition of new and innovative apps regularly.
Learn everything you need to know to get started building Android apps with the Android Studio IDE. You will learn to set up your Android SDK and begin developing by incorporating UI, buttons, intents etc .This course is designed around the basics and once you complete the course, you will easily be able to create a brilliant Android app. The curriculum includes Installation, Activities, Layouts, List Views, SQLite and Services Multimedia .
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|Section 1: Course Intro|
|Section 2: Android - Environment Setup|
Introduction and Installing and Configuring Java JDKPreview
How to install Android StudioPreview
|Section 3: The Basics Overview of Android Studio|
Building Your First Android App (Hello World Example)
How to Install and Setup Genymotion for Android Studio
Basic Overview of an Android App
|Section 4: Android Activity Lifecycle|
Android Activity Lifecycle
Android Activity Lifecycle State change Example
Android Activity Lifecycle State change Example Pdf file
|Section 5: Android - Hello World Example|
Adding two numbers App (simple calculator)
|Section 6: Android - User Interface|
wrap_content, fill_parent, Password Field and Toast in Android
Android Checkbox Basics and Example
Android RadioButton Basics With Example
Android RatingBar Basics
Android Alert Dialog Example
How to Start New Activity On Button Click via Intent
Explicit and Implicit Intents in Android
Android Analogclock And Digitalclock Example
Android Login Screen Example Part 1
Android Login Screen Example Part 2
Android ImageView example
Android WebView Example
Android Gestures (Using Touch Gestures)
Android AutoCompleteTextView Control
Android TimePicker Dialog ( TimePickerDialog)
Android DatePicker Dialog ( DatePickerDialog)
Showing Notifications and using Notification Manager
|Section 7: Android - Fragments|
Fragments in Android - Part 1
Fragments in Android - Part 2
|Section 8: Android - SQLite Database|
Introduction + Creating Database and Tables (part 1)
Introduction + Creating Database and Tables (part 2)
Insert values to SQLite Database table using Android
Show SQLite Database table Values using Android
Update values in SQLite Database table using Android App
Delete values in SQLite Database table using Android App
|Section 9: Action Bar|
Action Bar (ActionBar)
Action Bar (ActionBar) # Overflow Menu Items and Icons
Add Up Button for Low-level Activities to Action Bar
|Section 10: Android Services|
Introduction to Services and Creating Started Service
Service and Thread in Android
Creating Service Using IntentService
|Section 11: Styles|
Applying Styles on Components
|Section 12: Working with Storage|
How to Save a File on Internal Storage
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