In this course you'll learn the best practices of design and architecture which will allow you to make your Android project an oasis of clean, readable and maintainable code.
As you probably know, it's relatively easy to start developing for Android. One can go from zero to publishing an app on Google Play in just few months. However, it's equally easy to mess up your Android application with bad code. The symptoms are all too common: classes with thousands of lines of code, duplicated code all over the place, obscure naming, random structure of packages, Singletons, etc.
But it doesn't have to be like that! There are several best practices that you can learn and use in your Android project that will ensure its long-term quality:
After completing this course, you'll start writing clean and readable code, organized in small, decoupled classes. These classes will be organized in packages structure which will reflect the core concepts of application's business domain. You'll be using standard design and architectural patterns, so your code will read like a book. And much, much more...
No more Activities and Fragments having thousands of lines of code. No more code duplication. No more changes in many different places each time you add a new feature. No more spaghetti code!
Over the years, I held several positions as a corporate Android developer. More recently, I wrote Android applications as a freelancer and consulted companies about their Android projects. The material in this course summarizes years of my professional experience with Android applications of many different types. You can learn all that in just several hours and gain the knowledge that most Android developers either learn the hard way, or never learn at all.
To make the material of this course practically useful, you will practice what you learn with carefully-designed, hands-on exercises within real Android application. Therefore, you'll immediately be able to use all these best practices in your own Android projects once you complete the course.
All in all, you're about to acquire advanced skills that few Android developers possess. These skills will boost your career, make you more productive and you'll be able to enjoy Android development and take pride in your code!