Learn Android Programming From Scratch - Basics
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Learn Android Programming From Scratch - Basics

A Fun Course For Learning Android Programming.
4.0 (877 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.
91,523 students enrolled
Last updated 12/2018
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 12 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • By the end of the course you will be able to create Android applications based on your ideas
  • Able to choose the best layout for your apps
  • Learn the concept behind Android constructs
  • Design your android app properly
Course content
Expand all 23 lectures 03:08:18
+ Introduction to Android Programming
6 lectures 54:05
The android SDK installation process in detail
Preview 17:13
The Tutorial will discuss creation and execution of your first Android program
A Hello World In Android
The lecture explains the life-cycle of an Android application
Android App Lifecycle
The Lecture describes the theory behind the Activities
Activities in Android
+ Activities And Intents
2 lectures 16:06
This Lecture deals with Activity and Intents and their use in application development
Activities in Detail
Learn the underlying concepts for Intents and Activities
Activities and Intents - Concepts
Quiz for Unit 2
Activities in Android
3 questions
+ User Interface Layouts and Controls
2 lectures 22:26
Introduction to layouts in Android
Layout in Android
This lecture describes the controls in Android
Layout and Control Discussion
Quiz for unit 3
UI for Android
3 questions
+ List View and SQLlite
4 lectures 31:46
Introduction to List Views in Android
List Views
A example using List View feature
List View Demo - Part 1
A Discussion on SQlite and its use along with ListView
SQLite and List Views
List view discussion with new example.
List View Demo - Part 2
Quiz for the Unit 4
List Views
3 questions
+ Services in Android
4 lectures 33:55
Introduction to Services in Android
Services - Discussion
The Lecture teaches the use of Simple Services in Android applications
Services - Part 1
The discussion on intent services
Services - Part 2
You will learn about Binding Services
Services - Part 3
Quiz for the unit Services
3 questions
+ Multimedia and Google Play
5 lectures 29:59
A discussion on the basics of multimedia in Android
Multimedia - Discussion
Code for the Audio Example
Audio Playback - Example
The discussion on Video Playback in Android environment
Video Playback - Example
Learn how to publish your apps in the Google Play market place 
Google Play
Multimedia Quiz
3 questions
Bonus Lecture: More Interesting Stuff, Offers and Discounts
  • A PC or MAC machine with minimum 2GB RAM . SDK is completely free

The course provide an introduction to Android Programming and allows someone with a basic knowledge of programming to start creating Android Applications. It is a light course to cover fundamentals of Android. It will teach you the Android programming Paradigm and how to think while creating an Android program. We will cover topics such as Installation, Activities, Layouts, List Views, SQLite, Services Multimedia and Google Play.

The course is divided into 6 units covering each of the above topics. You will start with basic installation process and will move on to the first Android example which will outline the structure of Android Programs. You will then learn about the activities which forms the heart of Android application. Once you are clear with Activities and activity lifecycle you are ready to create small native applications of your own. You will then learn about Layouts for designing your UI and will learn it while creating sample applications along with it. You will then learn about the ListViews and SQLite for data persistence. The next unit will be about services which allows you to perform tasks in the background while UI activity is active on the screen. This unit will provide you enough examples to clarify your concepts for services. We will then move towards multimedia involving Audio and Video Playback. You will work on examples involving both of them. We conclude our course with a discussion on submitting your apps to Google Play.

It will be a fun learning course that is sure to help you get going with Android programming.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone with basic knowledge of Java or any other programming language