Step by step process regarding how to work with different elements in an Android App
Detailed description about the code you are going to use
Regular updates in the course
7 sections • 56 lectures • 8h 38m total length
Android Virtual Device
Android Manifest File
View and ViewGroup
Few Common Attributes
Colors and Onclick for TextView
Span Inclusive vs Exclusive
Custom Button Background using drawable
ScrollView and Horizontal ScrollView
AutoCompleteTextView and MultiAutoCompleteTextView
Switch and ToggleButton
Custom Date in CalendarView
RatingBar as indicator
GridView and GridLayout
Adding a View to Layout dynamically
Intent and intent types, Creating new Activity
Start Activity For Result
Edit App Bar
App Bar Menu
Bottom Navigation View
Creating a RecyclerView
RecyclerView item OnClickListener
Adding new items
Should have a Windows 10 device.
Should know basic coding using JAVA.
Enthusiasm towards Android App Development
This Android Studio course is designed To Walk You Step-By-Step Through the Process of Android App Development in Android Studio.
Even today, Android remains one of the most popular platform for Mobile Devices. Android Studio is an IDE for Android OS which helps developers to build Android Apps. Android Studio is available for Windows, MAC and Ubuntu, but in this course, we will be using Android Studio in Windows-10. In this course, you will learn about App Development in Android Studio in detailed procedure
Things you will learn in this course:
Android Studio and other required software installation
Views and ViewGroups in Android
About different Layouts
How to use API in your application
Developing basic apps in Android
Usage of SQLite and Firebase in your Android Application
Publishing your Android App in Play Store.
At the end of this course, you will be in a position to implement the topics you have learnt in this course and then publish a basic application in Play Store.
All you need to know prior to this course is basic coding using JAVA
Topics covered in this course so far
Android Studio Installation in a Windows-10 device
Creating a Project
Basic Settings inside Android Studio
Basic Views like TextView, Button, ImageView, etc.
Basic ViewGroups like LinearLayout, RelativeLayout, etc.