Beginner Friendly Full Offline Android Apps Creation(Room)
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Beginner Friendly Full Offline Android Apps Creation(Room)

Creating Many Real world offline Projects using Android,Room,MVVM,Java,Kotlin
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21 students enrolled
Created by Clement Ochieng
Last updated 6/2020
English
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This course includes
  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • 9 articles
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Create Tasks Planner App using Kotlin
  • Creating a Full Offline Daily Chores App
  • Create a Full Material Personal Diary App
  • Create Full Scientists CRUD App with Search and Import From CSV Capability
  • Android MVVM Design Pattern
  • Android Architecture Components like Room,ViewModel,LiveData etc
  • Performing CRUD Operations against SQLite database
Course content
Expand all 98 lectures 09:19:00
+ APPS CREATED SO FAR
4 lectures 00:17

This is a quick demo for those who are experiencing internet connectivity issues and and don't want to watch an intro demo. You can view the Gif or download the APK and try in your own device.

Preview 00:08

This is a quick demo for what we will create in this section. You can already download the source code and start. We will publish the videos soon.

Preview 00:02
+ Kotlin Pretty Tasks Planner App
24 lectures 02:06:09
Gradle Scripts
03:40
Add Custom Fonts
01:22
Add Animations
02:37
Drawable Resources
05:21
How to Design RecyclerView Section Header
01:30
How to Design RecyclerView Section Content
04:22
How to Design Main Page
03:20
How to Design Splash Screen
01:27

This class will represent a single class. It is our data object class.

Preview 03:11
The Section Class
03:21
Constants Class
01:51
CacheManager class
03:09

This class will contain our re-usable utility methods.

Preview 13:02

In this lesson we create our  expandable recyclerview's section state change listener.

SectionStateChangeListener
04:26
MyExpandableLayoutHelper
08:30
MyExpandableAdapter
20:11

In this lesson we look at our Data Access Object, otherwise known as DAO class.

Task Data Access Object
09:00

The class we are creating in this class will represent our Room Database

Our Room Database
05:28
Tasks Repository
11:03

We are using the Model View ViewModel approach. In this lesson we will create our viewmodel class.

TaskViewModel
08:48

In this class we will create our splash screen.

Splash Activity
09:25
Download Full Source Code
00:01
+ Daily Chores Productivity App
24 lectures 02:20:22
Creating Android Studio Project
01:09
Add Gradle Dependencies
08:46
Add Custom Fonts in Assets Folder
01:42
Adding Animations Files
03:49
Adding Drawables
00:48
Creating Toolbar Menu
01:33
Modifying Value Resources
04:15
Model Classes (a) - Chore
04:09
Model Classes (b). Section
01:39
DAO Interfaces (a). ChoresDAO
03:26
Database Class - Our Room Database
03:37
Repository Classes (a). Our ChoresRepository
05:08
ViewModel Classes (a). Our Chores ViewModel
04:14
Common Classes (a). Utils - reusable utility methods
09:13
Common Classes (b). Caching SQLite data in memory
04:26
View Callbacks (a) - RecyclerView Click Listener Interface
03:08
View Callbacks (b) - RecyclerView Section State Change Listener
01:03
Adapters (a) - Creating Expandable RecyclerView Adapter
18:51
Adapters (b) - Creating Our Expandable Recyclerview helper class
08:07
Adapters (c) . Custom Layout - SwipeRevealLayout
03:44
Views (a) - Chores Activity (CRUD Activity)
31:00
Views (b). Creating Splash Screen
09:03
Download Full Source Code
00:01
+ Create Beautiful Material Personal Diary App
16 lectures 01:48:40
Create Android Studio Project
00:56
Add Gradle Dependencies
08:24
Add Custom Fonts in Assets Folder
02:04
Add Transition Animations
02:58
Prepare Drawables and Menu Resources
07:14
Preparing Value Resources - Colors,Styles,Strings
06:52
Designing Screens (a). Splash Screen Layout
01:04
Designing Screens (b). CRUD Screen Layout
05:09
Designing Screens (c). Diaries List Layout
01:40
Designing Screens (d). Detail Page Layout
05:43
Activities (a). Splash Screen Activity
09:05
Activities (b). CRUD Activity - INSERT UPDATE DELETE
17:46
Activities (c). Diaries Activity
25:46
Activities (d). Detail Activity - Show single Diary
08:20

Download Full Source Code.

Download Full Source Code
00:01
+ 3. Scientific Gamechangers - Perfect Full Room App to use as CRUD Template
30 lectures 03:03:30
Create Android Studio Project
00:49
Gradle Dependencies
14:25
Add Custom Fonts in Assets Folder
01:21
Prepare Animation Resources
01:17
Prepare Drawable Resources
01:35
Prepare Menu Resources
02:07
Prepare Value Resources
03:06
Prepare Raw CSV Data
02:07
Model Classes (a). Scientist
08:34
Global Classes (a). App - Initialize Calligraphy
04:16
Global Classes (b). Utils
15:50
DAO Interfaces (a). ScientistsDAO
08:16
Room Database Classes (a) . MyRoomDB
06:00
Repository Classes (a). Our ScientistRepository
12:36
ViewModel Classes (a). Our Scientists ViewModel
09:15
Create RecyclerView Item Layout
01:37
Adapter Classes (a) - MyAdapter
13:33
Activities (a) Splash Activity - LAYOUT
00:46
Activities (a) Splash Activity - CODE
07:22
Activities (b). Dashboard Activity - LAYOUT
04:12
Activities (b). Dashboard Activity
06:18
Activities (c). CRUD Activity - LAYOUT
05:47
Activities (c) CRUD Activity - CODE
20:33
Activities (d). ScientistsActivity - LAYOUT
00:52
Activities (d). ScientistsActivity - CODE
10:28
Activities (e). Importer Activity - LAYOUT
01:37
Activities (e). Importer Activity - CODE
13:03
Run Our Project
01:50
Download Full Source Code
00:04
Requirements
  • Be able to create hello world project
Description

The fast evolving Android Landscape

One thing you guys may have noticed is that the android landscape is changing rapidly, so fast that alot of developers are being left behind. Google as well as the open source community are releasing new APIs, libraries and frameworks at an amazing rate. Just keeping up is not for the faint hearted. Yet android developers are being searched for and paid well by companies all over the world. As a great android developer, you will be getting emails from companies as well as individual all over the world interested in your services. Mobile developers are in demand right now and this trend will continue for alongtime. However you have to stand out from the average and be upto date with your skills.


What we try to solve

Search over courses online, be it in udemy, youtube tutorials and tech blogs and you will realise one thing. It is difficult to find effective and practical enough courses. Most courses are either too theoretical or not a course at all but people pasting code snippets here and there. You don't learn so much from that. The over theoretical courses don't teach the innate problem solving capability required to create a project in the real world. Because in the real world you need to solve problems by coming up with amicable solutions that work well in the larger context and are maintenable. Needless to say, you will not learn anything from courses where the instructors don't follow an organized approach and keep jumping from here to here or explain what they are doing.

We try to solve the above problems. We will follow a project based approach. We come up with an idea, plan it and outline the challenges we will likely encounter. Then we start by creating our project in android studio, add dependencies, add resource files like fonts, images, themes, menus etc. Then we move to coding part. In the coding part we type our code step by step but fast so not boring. Yet as we type we explain. So you can see in the real world what we are doing and why we are doing it. This allows you to understand faster. The code we write is super high quality and well organized yet not bloated with repetitions. Thus you can pick up the code and modify for your purposes.


This Particular Course

Well this course is an android mvvm livedata room course. This means we will cover the following concepts in our projects

  1. MVVM - Model View ViewModel

  2. Room - Our data access layer

  3. Lifecycle Components - LiveData and ViewModel. These allow us pass data across components and listen to them reactively yet in a life

  4. Other practical concepts required in a project like performing CRUD etc.

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Who this course is for:
  • Beginner and Intermediate Android Developers
  • Advanced Developers looking to learn clean architecture
  • Students looking to create full extendable android projects
  • Students who prefer live step by step coding courses