Android O & Java - The Complete Android Development Bootcamp
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Android O & Java - The Complete Android Development Bootcamp

Learn Android O app development from beginning to end. Learn to code in Java while building fun Android O projects.
4.4 (6,583 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
32,551 students enrolled
Created by Philipp Muellauer
Last updated 2/2019
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Current price: $139.99 Original price: $199.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 20.5 hours on-demand video
  • 61 articles
  • 18 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Build any Android app you want
  • You'll have a portfolio of apps to apply for jr. developer jobs
  • Build apps for your business
  • You'll be able to work as a freelance Android contractor
Course content
Expand all 289 lectures 21:00:52
+ Build the "I am Rich" App to learn about project structure and XML [Tutorial]
12 lectures 01:03:43
What Will We Make?
01:44
Creating a New Android Studio Project and Choosing the API Level
09:12
Working with the Layout Editor, Strings, and App Themes
13:31
Adding Graphics to a Project and using ImageViews
06:40
XML Code Demystified
00:46
Setting a Custom Launcher Icon
06:05
Running the App to Test it Out!
01:56
Design the App's Screen in the Layout XML
04:15
The Wonderful World of Version Control: Installing Git
08:28
Git Installation Links
00:14
+ Coding Challenge #1 - Using the Layout Editor in Android Studio and Github
8 lectures 32:28
What are the Coding Challenges?
01:24
What You Will Create
01:27
Step 1: Importing Projects from GitHub and Opening them in Android Studio ⭐️
07:40
Step 2: Add a TextView
00:18
Step 3: Add an ImageView
00:19
Step 4: Run the App
00:14
Step 5: How to Submit Your Assignment on Github [Optional]
03:25
I am Poor Challenge Solution
17:40
+ Build a Dice App to Learn Java & XML Fundamentals [Tutorial]
13 lectures 01:12:21
Start a New Project and Style the App with the Theme Editor
07:18
Generating App Icons and Adding Graphics to a Project
06:54
Designing a Screen with Nested Layouts
15:23
Using Variables and Linking Layout Elements to Java Code
06:26
Use the Logcat and a Listener to Check if a Button is Pressed
04:47
Create Random Numbers in Java
03:10
Why did the programmer quit his job?
00:01
Debugging Practice: Compilation and Build Errors
08:17
Debugging Practice: The App Has Stopped. What to do after a Crash.
12:25
Show Off Your Work
00:18
The Code for the Complete Dicee Project
00:17
+ Coding Challenge #2 - Data Types, Variables and Arrays
12 lectures 48:09
What You Will Create
01:11
Debugging: Cannot Resolve symbol 'AppCompatActivity'
00:41
Step 1: Import the Skeleton Project from Github
02:31
Step 2: Change the App's Theme
00:04
Step 3: Download the Graphics for the App
00:06
Step 4: Generate New App Icons
00:12
Step 5: Add the Graphics to the Project
00:09
Step 6: Design the App in the Layout XML
00:40
Step 7: Link the Layout to Java Code
00:42
Step 8: Check for Bugs and Predict the Future
00:15
Step 9: Submit Your Coursework [Optional]
00:59
Magic 8 Ball Challenge Solution
40:37
+ Java Programming for Beginners
10 lectures 43:29
Introduction to the Programming Modules
01:22
Setting up a Pure Java Project in Android Studio
02:51
Code Blocks, the main() Method, and Code Compilation Explained
02:55
Comments, Variables and Types
08:25
Why you'll want to comment your code
00:00
Methods Part 1 - Defining and Calling a Method
03:08
Methods Part 2 - Adding Parameters
06:41
Methods Part 3 - Multiple Parameters and Returning a Value
07:53
Control Flow: Conditional Statements (IF/ELSE)
09:14
Make a BMI Calculator [Challenge]
00:59
+ Build a Music App [Tutorial]
8 lectures 37:41
What Will We Make?
01:36
Setting Up the Project & Using Colours as Resources
04:25
How to Use Android Documentation and Other Resources
08:51
Calling the Constructor to Create a SoundPool
05:52
Member Variables and the Importance of Scope
06:12
Using the onClick Property instead of a Listener
03:04
How to Play a Sound in Your App using the SoundPool
07:28
The Code for the Complete Xylophone Project
00:13
+ Build a Quiz App and Learn about the MVC Design Pattern [Tutorial]
18 lectures 01:24:42
What Will We Make?
02:12
Import & Familiarise Yourself with the Skeleton Project
02:55
Understand Casting & Link the Layout to the Java Code
07:22
Set an OnClickListener & Implement a Toast Message
07:08
Create the Model Class & Generate Code with Android Studio
05:57
Boolean - A Data Type that Holds One of Two Values
00:06
The Model View Controller (MVC) Design Pattern and Why We Use It
08:55
Retrieve Quiz Questions from an Array and Display them on Screen
07:14
Update Questions on Screen and Interpret Errors in the Logcat
06:37
Check the User's Answer and Give Feedback
04:15
Working with the Progress Bar and Tracking Score
05:45
Fixing the Screen Orientation and Displaying an AlertDialog
04:40
Saving State using the Bundle and Null Pointer Exceptions
07:54
The Difference between Zero and Null
00:03
Do You Want This?
00:29
The Code for the Complete Quizzler Project
00:12
+ Coding Challenge #3 - Control Flow - Build a Story App Like Lifeline
11 lectures 45:32
What You'll Create
04:39
Step 1: Setup the Project
00:16
Step 2: Examine the activity_main.xml and the strings.xml
00:26
Step 3: Create the Variables for the Views
00:08
Step 4: Wire up the Views to the Java Code
00:10
Step 5: Detect Clicks on the Buttons
00:12
Step 6: Take the Adventure One Step Further
00:34
Step 7: Create a Variable to Track the Player's Path
00:22
Step 8: Complete the Game Using Conditionals to Check the State
00:44
Step 9: Submit Your Project [Optional]
00:23
Destini Challenge Solution
37:34
+ Working with the Constraint Layout & Creating Multiple Layouts
9 lectures 01:23:11
Converting to a Constraint Layout & Designing for Multiple Screens
11:21
Setting Constraints and Using Built-In Styles
17:16
Linking Views to Each Other
09:00
Using Guidelines to Position Layout Elements
10:07
Automatically Inferring Constraints with Android Studio
03:45
Resource Qualifiers and Layouts for Landscape Mode
09:26
Internationalisation, Resource Qualifiers and the Translations Editor
07:04
Creating a Landscape Layout and Adding Content Descriptions for Accessibility
15:07
Complete Layout Source Code
00:05
Requirements
  • No programming experience needed - I'll teach you everything you need to know
  • A PC or Mac with at least 10 GB of free space
  • No paid software required - all apps will be created in Android Studio (which is free)
Description

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  • Data Structures: How to work with collections, such as arrays, maps, and ArrayLists.
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