Android Material Design Slidenerd Style

Learn to build material design apps from null to stackoverflow
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Android Material Design Slidenerd Style
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (1,530 ratings)
61,928 students
Create any app in Android that uses material design
Understand the visual and functional APIs involved in material design
Learn which colors to use, how to use colors, styles for material design
Work with navigation drawers, customize them as per other standard apps
Create Floating Action Buttons with menus and use 3rd party libraries for doing the same
Work with RecyclerViews as an alternative to ListViews, customize them, load dynamic data inside them, section them, animate their modifications, animate their visual perception when the user loads them
Download and parse JSON
Understand how to use Volley library for loading images and data inside your Lists
Validate material design specifications suggested by your designer vs. what you actually build
Understand and experiment with the Touch Event Framework in Android
Build Ripple effects for lists and normal items on both Android Lollipop and pre-lollipop devices
Build custom material tabs
Using RottenTomatoes API effectively
Making VectorDrawables and AnimatedVectorDrawables on both Android Lollipop and prelollipop devices
Understanding how to use JobScheduler API as an alternative to IntentService + AlarmManager
Use Swipe To Refresh pattern from Material Design
Perform Activity Transitions, Content Transitions and Shared Element Transitions between your activities
Perform several different types of animations with your views
Initialize, Customize and Use the Toolbar as a replacement for the ActionBar

Requirements

  • Object Oriented Java
  • Basics of Android (Intents/SQLite/Networking/ListViews)

Description

Material Design in Android is the new and future way of designing and developing apps. It involves new APIs that not only enhance the visual perception of your apps but also the functionality in terms of how you create them and how the user perceives them.

  1. This course walks through the process of building a simple app that displays list of movies but dives into absolute detail while building the app.
  2. The concepts learnt through this course can be applied to any other app you plan to design using material design terminology.
  3. You will be able to make apps that use Navigation Drawer, Toolbar, Transitions, RecyclerView, Animations, Ripple Effects, Material Tabs, Vector Drawables, JSON Parsing, Volley library, JobScheduler API and several other fixes after completing this course.
  4. Learn how to validate your design with your code with thirdy party APIs and libraries discussed in the course
What are the requirements?
  1. You need to be familiar with Object Oriented Java and Basic Android programming concepts like Intents, Activities, Fragments, ListView
  2. Have Android Studio IDE installed
What will I get from this course?
  1. Over 50 lectures in Material Design , worth over 20 hours of content
  2. Become proficient in Material Design APIs
  3. Learn to build apps that use RecyclerView instead of ListView
  4. Learn to integrate database with background data processing
  5. Understand libraries like Volley for background data processing
Who is the target audience?
  1. Anyone who wants to build apps with material design and has some basic knowledge in Java and Android

Who this course is for:

  • If you want to make an app that uses material design, this course dives deeper than most others
  • if you want to use custom animations, touch handling, recyclerviews, dynamic data , networking libraries, animation libraries, in material design, this course is perfect for you
  • This course does not dive deep into the designing aspect of making an app such as using PhotoShop or Illustrator, hence not suited if you want to be a designer after completing this course

Course content

5 sections • 57 lectures • 11h 14m total length
  • Setup Material Design
    09:10
  • Using Colors in Material Design
    10:59
  • Adding a Toolbar to your app
    10:58
  • Customize the Toolbar Appearance
    09:22
  • Add Actions To The Toolbar
    12:55
  • Navigation Drawer: The Design Guidelines
    10:58
  • Navigation Drawer: The Layout Structure
    13:17
  • Navigation Drawer: Integrating With The Toolbar
    08:46
  • Navigation Drawer: Finishing the Setup
    10:34
  • Types of Navigation Drawers In Material Design
    12:37
  • The Translucent Status Bar
    13:06
  • Translucent Status Bar Hack
    10:59

Instructor

Founder of slidenerd
Vivek Ramesh
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 2,813 Reviews
  • 88,348 Students
  • 3 Courses

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