Learn Programming in Tamil | 600 Lectures 100 Hours தமிழில்
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Learn Programming in Tamil | 600 Lectures 100 Hours தமிழில்

Learn OOPs, Java, HTML, Python, JavaScript, Android, Software Patterns, MySQL in Tamil - 100 Hrs Videos in Single Bundle
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Created by RAKESH P
Last updated 6/2020
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This course includes
  • 114.5 hours on-demand video
  • 53 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will have the complete knowledge of OOPs, Java, Android, JavaScript, HTML, Selenium and MySQL.
  • You will learn all the basic and medium level concepts in 84+ hours.
  • You will get the knowledge from scratch with real-time and real-life examples in Tamil.
  • After this course, you can develop own applications.
Requirements
  • You don't need to know anything. We will teach you each and everything.
Description

What is the course about?

Every day a new computing language or software is being released into the world. Even though these languages are available for studying in most of the engineering and other software-based courses, it has become essential for other people to study it, especially if you are aiming to enter the software industry. Languages like C, C++, JAVA, OOPs, etc… are some of the common languages that people yearn to learn.

Online courses are the best way to utilize your free time to learn these programs effectively. Programming Line now offers online software courses in Tamil. Now you can learn these programs in your own language and understand them perfectly.

The current bundle offers OOPs, Java, Android, JavaScript, HTML, Selenium, MySQL, and Software Design Patterns. Let’s see about these courses in detail and how they are useful for real-time applications.


What kind of materials are included?

  • OOPs in Tamil- [Section 1]  45 Mins

  • C Course in Tamil - [Section 2] 6 Hours

  • C++ Course in Tamil - [Section 3] 7 Hours

  • Java in Tamil- [Section 4] 9 Hours

  • Software Design Patterns in Tamil - [Section 5] 4 Hours

  • JavaScript in Tamil - [Section 6] 15 Hours

  • HTML in Tamil - [Section 7] 15 Hours

  • Python in Tamil - [Section 8] 5 Hours

  • Kotlin in Tamil - [Section 9] 3 Hours

  • Android in Tamil - [Section 10] 30 Hours

  • Selenium in Tamil - [Section 11] 9 Hours

  • MySQL in Tamil - [Section 12] 9 Hours


OOPs ( object-oriented programming language):

Object-oriented programming language uses the concept of ‘objects’ that contain the data in the form of fields, and the codes in the form of procedures. This concept uses four major principles called encapsulation, abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism. This course offers nearly 2 hours of video courses in Tamil. The initial hours provide you the basic concepts and then moves towards the advanced level. The concept of OOPs is mainly used in the applications of coding in client-server systems, Object-oriented databases, Neural networking, office automation systems, CAD systems, AI expert systems, etc.


Java:

Java is one of the most common programming language used in the wide areas of the internet. They are used for developing android based smartphone applications, WordPress development, and also for the internet of other things (IoT’s). The codes and the syntax in java are obtained from C and C++. Learning java will increase your profile skills in the world of software. Programming Line offers 7-8 hours of java training program that provides courses from basic to advanced levels.


Android:

Android is a form of open-source coding that uses a Linux based operating system. Programming Line offers the entire set of Android development courses for tablets, set up boxes, notebooks, smartphones, e-book readers, etc….This course is specially designed for beginners and advanced level learners. With the help of this course, you can learn to develop Android and Android-based applications easily along with the keyware. Programming offers course material and online videos for nearly 25 hours in Tamil.


JavaScript:

Javascript is common programming tool that is used commonly in the HTML and the Web. This is a simple program that can be learned easily. They are mainly used to design the behavior of the web pages. The javascript is also used in MongoDB, CouchDB, and Node js programs. Programming Line offers 15 hours of Javascript tutorial videos in Tamil that you can learn easily in your free time.


HTML:

Hypertext Markup Language is a standard markup language that is commonly used in webpages. They are simple and easy to learn. They are usually combined with javascript to design the webpages. This programing language will allow you to create your own webpage and design them accordingly. Programming Line offers 60 video tutorials ranging from basic to advanced level. The tutorial also includes a wide range of examples and exercises for you to practice.


Selenium:

Selenium is mainly used for automating and testing the web browsers for errors. They are also used for automating web-based administration tasks. Selenium allows us to create bug reproduction scripts and to create scripts to help in automation-aided exploratory testing. They are also used to test and manage several environments from a single point. Programming Line offers nearly 12 hours of selenium classes in Tamil for basic and advanced level learners.


MySQL:

MySQL is a language used for performing a relative database management system. They are widely used in the application that contains databases. They are used in Drupal, Joomla, phpBB, and WordPress. This simple language can be easily learned and Programming Line offers nearly 5-8 hours of training program that can be learned from basic to advanced level.


Software Design Patterns:

The software design pattern is a software world that is a commonly used practice that is used by software developers when they face a constant problem with the program. This is a common reusable solution that can be transferred from source code to machine code easily. They are used for solving the design-related issues occurring in object-oriented programs. Programming Line offers a simple course in Software design patterns that can be covered within 2-3 hours. The video tutorials are available in Tamil.


Who can learn these courses?

All these courses are available under a single bundle for a cheap price. This course is mainly suitable for basic learners who are yearning to learn more about the programming languages in detail. They are suitable for college students who require additional knowledge on these subjects and also for one who has never been exposed to these subjects before. These courses are specifically designed to move from the basic level to the advanced level slowly without a rush. So both a novice and a pro can benefit from these courses.


Why purchase as a bundle?

One of the main advantages of purchasing this bundle course is the cost. For a low cost, you can learn a lot. The cost of learning these courses separately is more than learning them as a bundle. Also, learning these courses individually will lack the kind of understanding that these bundle courses offer. For example, learning HTML and Java together will be much more beneficial in understanding the concept of web designing and implementation rather than learning them separately.


Benefits of this course:

Completing this entire bundle course provides you with an insight into the entire universe of web designing and web applications. Learning these as a primary course will be beneficial for the students during their interviews and will be a silver lining in their resume. Along with this, the course is also useful for software professionals who are looking forward to moving themselves up in the ladder of competition. Software professional can easily become a developer or a project leader after learning this course. You can also start to freelance your work easily to your clients.


How is this course structured?

  1. Our team teaches you in a hierarchical way from the basic to advance level.

  2. There is a video lecture on every topic explained in Tamil.

Who is the target audience?

  1. An Absolute beginner who want to learn programming from scratch

So stop thinking and apply for this course immediately to avail them at a cheap price and benefit from them. Remember knowledge is a vast ocean and gaining knowledge on something can never be wasted.


Who this course is for:
  • This course is for any students who want to learn Programming from scratch in Tamil.
  • You can take this course if you want to polish your knowledge if you listen programming word first time you can take this course.
Course content
Expand all 650 lectures 114:37:33
+ Object Oriented Programming Concepts (OOPs)
12 lectures 44:20
What is a programming paradigm? [Class - 7]
04:08
Imperative Programming Paradigm [Class - 8]
04:35
Declarative Programming Paradigm [Class - 9]
03:43
Structured Programming Paradigm [Class -10]
03:43
Structured vs Unstructured Programming Paradigm [Class - 11]
03:07
Why C language is called a Structured Programming language? [Class - 12]
03:19
Class and Object Program in Java [Class - 2]
03:04
+ C Course in Tamil
42 lectures 06:10:17
C Escape Sequences in Tamil
15:50
C Variables
06:32
C Variable Naming Rules
06:16
C Local Variable Program in Tamil
05:06
C Global Variable Program in Tamil
04:13
C Static Variable Program in Tamil
12:34
C Constants Basics in Tamil
04:17
C Integer Constants In Tamil
03:08
C Real Constants In Tamil
01:48
C Character Constants In Tamil
02:06
C Backslash Constants In Tamil
01:00
C Constants Program In Tamil
09:25
C Operators Basics In Tamil
04:20
C Arithmetic Operators In Tamil
15:19
C Relational Operators In Tamil
15:21
C Logical Operators In Tamil
13:12
C Assignment Operators In Tamil
20:15
C Bitwise Operators In Tamil
02:36
C Misc Operators In Tamil
09:26
C Conditional Statements Basics in Tamil
05:17
C if Statement in Tamil
10:49
C if else Statement in Tamil
11:26
C if else if Statement in Tamil
17:28
C Nested if Statement in Tamil
13:44
C Switch Statement in Tamil
06:47
C Switch Rules Tutorial in Tamil
08:37
C Switch Program in Tamil
16:45
C Nested Switch Basics Tutorial in Tamil
01:32
C Nested Switch Program in Tamil
20:34
C Array Basics Tutorial in Tamil
08:51
How To Declare Array in C? in Tamil
01:54
How To Initialize Array in C? in Tamil
03:51
C Single Array Program Tutorial in Tamil
15:46
What is Multi-Dimensional Array in C?
07:27
How To Initialize Multi-Dimensional Array in C? in Tamil
04:37
C Multi-Dimensional Array Program Tutorial in Tamil
15:38
+ C++ Course in Tamil
26 lectures 07:26:19
What is C++?
02:37
C++ Input & Output
21:14
C++ Operators Basics
18:56
C++ Conditional Operators
15:12
C++ Arithmetic Operators
15:50
C++ Unary Operators
39:40
C++ Assignment Operators
31:03
C++ Relational Operators
17:37
C++ Logical Operators
14:13
C++ If Statements
06:27
C++ If Else Statements
16:26
C++ If Else If Ladder
09:44
C++ Switch Statement
16:48
C++ Function Tutorial
29:35
C++ Function Recursion
24:11
C++ Arrays
24:25
C++ Pointers [Class - 23]
23:22
C++ while and do while loop [Class - 24]
18:47
C++ break statement [Class - 25]
11:09
C++ String [Class - 27]
12:19
+ Java Course in Tamil
155 lectures 08:48:24
Runtime Operations
01:17
How Java works internally?
02:41
Why is Java platform independent?
02:09
JVM VS JRE VS JDK
03:57
Java OOPs concepts
04:34
Java Basics
2 questions
How to create a new projects in NetBeans?
04:16
Variables in Java
02:19
Variable naming conventions
01:39
Sample program to explain about variables
08:17
Memory creation
01:59
Primitive data types in detail
08:41
Sample program to explain about primitive data type "byte"
06:49
What is unicode? Why Java uses unicode over other standards?
05:16
Sample program to explain about unicode
02:50
Primitive data types - old lecture
04:56
Java Dataypes Quiz
3 questions
String introduction
03:01
String handling approaches
04:52
Sample program to explain about String
03:34
Arithmetic operators in detail with sample program
06:31
Program to convert inchs to cms
02:34
Relational operators in detail with sample program
03:02
Logical "AND" operator in detail with sample program
04:43
Logical "OR" operator in detail with sample program
03:45
Logical Operators - old lecture
02:43
ternary operator statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
02:56
if-else conditional statement basics
01:48
if conditional statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
04:22
if-else conditional statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
04:07
if-else-if ladder syntax, real-life examples and sample program
05:23
nested if conditional statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
04:38
If else sample program
03:54
switch sample program
03:52
Java Loop Control Statements basics
01:22
for loop concept, syntax, and sample program
05:58
for loop sample program - old lecture (Can be skipped)
02:51
while loop concept, syntax, and sample program
03:53
while loop sample program - old lecture (Can be skipped)
03:44
do-while loop concept, syntax, and sample program
04:09
break concept, syntax and sample program
03:35
Class vs Object
06:39
Java simple class
06:14
Import statements
02:25
Naming Conventions
04:15
keywords in Java basic
01:44
What are Constructors? & Constructor Types
04:42
Single Line Comment vs Multiple Lines Comments
04:33
Reference variable
01:39
Cleaning unused memory using Garbage Collector
01:59
Garbage Collection
01:47
Encapsulation
05:03
Inheritance
03:11
Single Inheritance
04:42
Multilevel Inheritance
04:19
Hierarchical Inheritance
02:32
Why Java doesn't support Multiple Inheritance?
02:45
Object class
04:24
Method overloading
04:19
Variable arguments
02:43
Method overriding
03:22
What is Exception in Java and their types?
04:30
Exception Methods in Java
01:59
try catch in Java
03:12
Multiple catch in Java
05:05
finally block in Java
02:16
Abstract class
04:44
instanceof keyword sample program
01:32
Interface
05:53
Market Interface
04:12
Access Modifiers
03:37
static keyword
05:55
final keyword
02:49
enum keyword
01:49
String literal vs new keyword
03:58
Java regex Introduction
03:37
Regex important classes
03:29
Collections Framework
02:53
Collections in Java
01:32
Collections Hierarchy
03:18
Collections Interface methods
02:44
Iterator Interface
01:27
List Interface methods
02:57
List Interface explained using NetBeans
03:24
ArrayList
02:28
ArrayList constructors
02:44
ArrayList sample program explained using board
03:02
When to use ArrayList?
01:57
ArrayList sample program
03:02
LinkedList Introduction
02:01
LinkedList features
02:54
LinkedList methods
02:20
LinkedList constructors
00:51
When to use LinkedList?
01:08
LinkedList sample program
07:38
ArrayList vs LinkedList
02:52
Set Introduction
01:42
Set Interface methods
01:38
Set Interface explained using NetBeans
02:57
HashSet Introduction
01:13
HashSet constructors
01:01
HashSet sample program
04:56
LinkedHashSet Introduction
01:48
LinkedHashSet Constructors
01:13
LinkedHashSet Capacity and LoadFactor
01:53
LinkedHashSet sample program
01:10
HashSet sample program
04:56
TreeSet Introduction
02:03
TreeSet Constructors
01:09
HashSet vs LinkedHashSet vs TreeSet
02:30
Map Introduction
01:58
Map Interface explained using NetBeans
03:35
Map Interface Methods
01:43
HashMap Introduction
01:25
HashMap Constructors
01:08
HashMap sample program
03:27
LinkedHashMap Introduction
01:44
LinkedHashMap Program
01:19
TreeMap properties
01:38
HashMap vs LinkedHashMap vs TreeMap
02:13
HashTable properties
02:01
HashMap vs HashTable
01:02
Stack sample program
01:27
Priority Queue Sample Program
01:35
Vector sample program
01:04
Multi-tasking
02:17
Multi-threading basics
04:06
Life cycle of a thread
06:34
Multi-tasking methods
04:15
How to create a thread?
03:58
Program to check whether it's a alphabet or not
03:50
Program to check whether a year is leap year or not
06:12
Program to check whether a number is armstrong or not
09:05
Program to check whether a number is prime or not
05:36
Java import statements
02:24
Java I/O Introduction
06:07
Java FileInputStream
03:24
Java FileOutputStream
06:48
Java BufferedInputStream
02:29
Java BufferedOutputStream
04:09
Java SequenceInputStream
01:54
Java DataStream
06:01
Java ByteArrayOutputStream
05:06
Java FileReader
02:39
Java FileWriter
01:45
Java BufferedWriter
02:36
Java InputStream vs Reader
07:53
Java FileReader vs FileInputStream
03:39
Java Socket Programming
09:33
Java Chat Application
06:41
+ Software Design Patterns Tutorial
38 lectures 03:33:54
What are Software Design Patterns? [Class - 1]
06:50
What are Creational Design Patterns? [Class - 2]
04:17
Model View Controller (MVC) [Class - 3]
06:51
What is Singleton Design Pattern? [Class -4]
06:02
Singleton Design Pattern Implementation in Java [Class - 5]
04:52
What is Factory Design Pattern? [Class - 6]
05:46
Factory Design Pattern implementation in Java [Class - 7]
06:38
What is Abstract Factory Design Pattern? [Class - 8]
10:01
Abstract Factory Design Pattern Java program [Class - 9]
07:16
What is Prototype Design Pattern? [Class - 10]
03:48
Prototype Design Pattern Program in Java [Class -11]
05:13
What is Object Pool Design Pattern? [Class - 12]
05:13
What is Builder Design Pattern? [Class - 13]
02:29
What is Adapter Design Pattern? [Class - 14]
03:15
Adapter Design Pattern Java program [Class - 15]
04:42
Bridge Design Pattern real-time examples [Class - 16]
06:37
Bridge Design Pattern implementation using Java [Class - 17]
06:02
What is Composite Design Pattern? [Class - 18]
04:55
Composite Design Pattern Java Implementation [Class - 19]
06:55
Decorator Design Pattern [Class - 20]
03:18
Decorator Design Pattern Java Program [Class - 21]
09:11
Facade Design Pattern [Class - 22]
03:36
Facade Design Pattern in Java [Class - 23]
08:52
Flyweight Design Pattern [Class - 24]
07:38
Flyweight Design Pattern in Java [Class - 25]
05:24
Proxy Design Pattern [Class - 26]
08:26
Proxy Design Pattern in Java [Class - 27]
04:41
Visitor Design Pattern [Class - 28]
06:08
Chain of responsibility Design Pattern [Class - 29]
07:11
Iterator Design Pattern [Class - 30]
05:22
Mediator Design Pattern [Class - 31]
07:52
Memento Design Pattern [Class - 32]
04:25
Strategy Design Pattern [Class - 32]
02:37
Null Object Design Pattern [Class - 33]
04:15
Observer Design Pattern [Class - 34]
06:03
State Design Pattern [Class - 35]
04:01
Strategy Design Pattern in Java [Class - 36]
02:37
Template Method Design Pattern [Class - 37]
04:35
+ JavaScript Course in Tamil
67 lectures 14:24:17
Introduction to Java Script in Tamil (Java Script Course in Tamil) [Class -1]
12:38
JavaScript Syntax In Tamil (JavaScript Course In Tamil) [Class - 2]
12:54
JavaScript Placements In Tamil Class - 3
17:12
JavaScript Comments In Tamil Class - 4
15:39
JavaScript Variables In Tamil [Class - 5]
09:25
JavaScript DataTypes In Tamil [Class - 6]
18:49
JavaScript Type Conversion in Tamil [Class - 7]
17:01
JavaScript Operators Basics in Tamil [Class - 8]
02:30
JavaScript Arithmetic Operators in Tamil [Class - 9]
06:28
JavaScript Comparison Operators in Tamil [Class - 10]
08:24
JavaScript Assignment Operators in Tamil [Class - 11]
04:01
JavaScript Logical Operators in Tamil [Class - 12]
10:42
JavaScript Bitwise Operators in Tamil (JavaScript Course in Tamil) [Class - 13]
13:53
JavaScript Ternary Operator in Tamil [Class - 14]
03:14
JavaScript Interactions Basics in Tamil [Class - 15]
02:19
JavaScript Alert Box in Tamil [Class - 16]
02:31
JavaScript Confirm Box in Tamil [Class - 17]
04:01
JavaScript Prompt Box in Tamil [Class - 18]
06:49
JavaScript Conditional Statement Basics in Tamil [Class - 19]
01:40
JavaScript If Statement in Tamil [Class - 20]
04:37
JavaScript If else Statement in Tamil [Class - 21]
07:40
JavaScript Swith Statement in Tamil [Class - 22]
15:27
JavaScript Loop Basics in Tamil (JavaScript Course in Tamil) [Class - 23]
01:54
JavaScript For Loop in Tamil [Class - 24]
06:19
JavaScript While Loop in Tamil [Class - 25]
02:14
JavaScript Do While Loop in Tamil [Class - 26]
01:50
JavaScript Multiplication Program Using For Loop [Class - 28]
02:58
JavaScript Loop Control Statement Basics [Class - 28]
01:57
JavaScript Break Control Statement [Class - 29]
04:30
JavaScript Continue Control Statement [Class - 30]
09:18
JavaScript Object [Class - 31]
18:15
JavaScript Object Part - 2 [Class - 32]
12:12
JavaScript Object Advanced Concepts Part - 3 [Class -33]
15:45
JavaScript String in Tamil [Class - 34]
10:48
JavaScript String Methods in Tamil [Class - 35)
20:42
JavaScript Arrays Part - 1in Tamil [Class - 36)
18:33
JavaScript Arrays Manipulation Methods Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 36]
19:52
JavaScript Arrays Manipulation Methods Part - 3 in Tamil [Class - 37]
16:43
JavaScript Numbers Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 38]
15:39
JavaScript Numbers Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 39]
15:12
JavaScript Math Object & Functions in Tamil [Class - 40]
19:27
JavaScript Date Object & Functions in Tamil [Class - 41]
20:50
JavaScript Strict Mode in Tamil [Class - 42]
19:22
JavaScript Const and Let Keywords in Tamil [Class - 43]
21:34
JavaScript this Keyword in Tamil [Class - 44]
10:58
JavaScript Regular Expression in Tamil [Class - 45]
40:51
JavaScript Functions in Tamil [Class - 46]
14:31
JavaScript Functions Parameters in Tamil [Class - 47]
16:35
JavaScript Functions Parameters in Tamil [Class -48]
19:55
JavaScript Browser Object Model (BOM) [Class - 49]
16:09
JavaScript History Object Tutorial [Class - 50]
14:53
JavaScript Windows Navigator Tutoria [Class -51]
14:23
JavaScript Document Object Model Tutorial [Class - 52]
15:25
JavaScript Document Object Model Tutorial Part-2 [Class - 53]
13:11
JavaScript Document Object Model Tutorial Tag Part-3
13:49
JavaScript Doucment Object Model Methods Tutorial Part-4
15:42
JavaScript DOM Property Inner HTML Tutorial
17:56
JavaScript DOM Property Inner Text Tutorial
15:06
JavaScript DOM Query Selector Tutorial
17:30
JavaScript DOM Query Selector All Tutorial
10:33
JavaScript DOM Manipulation Methods Tutorial Part-1
14:09
JavaScript DOM Manipulation Methods Tutorial Part-2
15:42
JavaScript DOM Manipulation Attributes Tutorial Part-3
14:40
JavaScript Form Validation Tutorial
13:49
JavaScript Email Validation Tutorial (JavaScript Course in Tamil) [Class - 64]
14:49
JavaScript Form Examples Tutorial (JavaScript Course in Tamil) [Class - 65]
21:20
JavaScript Form Validation Tutorial (JavaScript Course in Tamil) [Class - 66]
28:33
+ HTML Tutorial In Tamil
60 lectures 14:32:10

Introduction of HTML:

→ HTML - Hypertext markup language

→ HTML is the standard markup language for creating Web pages.

→ HTML elements tell the browser how to display the content

→ HTML elements are represented by tags

→ HTML is easy to learn - You will enjoy it!


HISTORY  of  HTML:

→ HTML was developed by Berners-Lee.

→ HTML first standard specification was published in 1995.

→ HTML is used with other languages like Javascript, CSS.


Advantages  of  HTML:

→ Html is easy to learn and use.

→ Html is supported by all web Browsers

→ Html is simple to Edit


Disadvantages  of  HTML:

→ The time it takes to choose the color scheme of a page and to create lists, tables and forms.

→ Need to write lot of code for making simple webpage.


Introduction To HTML In Tamil [Class - 1]
10:40
HTML Development Tools (HTML Course In Tamil)
05:52

Formatting text:

→ HTML Formatting is a process of formatting text for better look and feel.

→ HTML provides us ability to format text without using CSS.

→ These tags are used to make text bold, italicized, or underlined.


HTML the formatting tags are divided into two categories:

→ Physical tag: These tags are used to provide the visual appearance to the text.

→ Logical tag: These tags are used to add some logical or semantic value to the text.


Font:

The Font tag is used to specify the font style, size and colour.


Attributes of Font:

→ Face

→ Size

→ Color


Headings:

→ There are six levels of headings fro Heading1 to Heading6 in Html.

→ The heading tags has a Start tag and an End tag.


Paragraph:

→ The Paragraph tag is used to break the text into paragraph.

HTML Formatting Text Part-1 In Tamil [Class - 2]
14:09

Formatting text:

→ HTML Formatting is a process of formatting text for better look and feel.

→ HTML provides us ability to format text without using CSS.

→ These tags are used to make text bold, italicized, or underlined.


HTML the formatting tags are divided into two categories:

→ Physical tag: These tags are used to provide the visual appearance to the text.

→ Logical tag: These tags are used to add some logical or semantic value to the text.


Font:

The Font tag is used to specify the font style, size and colour.


Attributes of Font:

→ Face

→ Size

→ Color


Headings:

→ There are six levels of headings fro Heading1 to Heading6 in Html.

→ The heading tags has a Start tag and an End tag.


Paragraph:

→ The Paragraph tag is used to break the text into paragraph.

HTML Formatting Text Part-2 In Tamil (HTML Course In Tamil) [Class - 3]
10:25

Links:

→ Links can be created using the <A> …… </A> tag.


Attribute of Anchor :

→ HREF  (Hypertext REFrence)


Link Attributes:

→ Link

→ Alink  (red)

→ Vlink  (Purple)

→ This  attribute is used to change the colour of the link which is by default in blue.


Bookmark

→ Bookmarks can be useful if your webpage is very long.

→ To make a bookmark, you must first create the bookmark, and then add a link to it.

→ When the link is clicked, the page will scroll to the location with the bookmark.

HTML Links In Tamil [Class - 4]
18:34
HTML File Paths In Tamil (HTML Course In Tamil) [Class - 5]
16:19

The tag used to display an image on HTML document is IMG tag. Using this, images of any sizes can be inserted in a document.

Attributes of Image Tag :

Src

Alt

Align

Height

Width


Sounds can also be added to the HTML document to make the document interesting and user friendly.

File Format :

(.Wav)

(.Av)

(.Mid)


Bg sound Tag :

This tag is used to add sound to a HTML document.. This is empty tag.

Attributes of Bg sound Tag :

Src

Loop


Background Picture:

Eg: -  body background = “C:\Window\Clouds.jpg”

HTML Image Tag - Part 1 In Tamil [Class - 6]
13:30

→ The Style tag is used to defind style informaion for an HTML document.

→ This is a Container tag. Style ….  /Style

→ Use the Style attribute for styling HTML elements.

→ Each HTML document can contain multiple Styletags.

   

→ Background Color

→ Color

→ Font Family

→ Font-size

→ Text-align


→ Background Color

→ Text Color

→ Border

→ RGB (red green blue)  rgb(255, 0, 0)

→ HEX or Hexadecimal Notation  (#FF0000)

→ HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) (8, 50%, 50%)

HTML Image Tag - Part 2 In Tamil [Class - 7]
12:54
HTML Style & Color Tags In Tamil [Class - 8]
12:06
HTML Style & Color Tags Part - 2 In Tamil [Class - 9]
12:55

In this video, you are going to learn HTML Marquee Tag and its attributes.

→ Marquee tag is a Animation Tag. The text enclosed within the Marquee …. /Marquee tag makes the text to scroll from one end of the window to the other end.

→ Attributes of Marquee tag :

→ Bg color

→ Direction

→ Left

→ Right

→ Up

→ Down


Attributes of Marquee tag :

→ Behavior :

→ Alternate

→ Scroll

→ Slide

→ Scroll Amount

→ Scroll Delay

→ Vspace

→ Width

→ Height

Marquee  tag is also used with fonttag for Better effects.


HTML Marquee Tag In Tamil [Class - 10]
13:38
HTML Marquee Tag Attributes In Tamil [Class - 11]
12:02
HTML Div Tag Part 1 in Tamil [Class - 12]
16:20
HTML Div Tag Part 2 in Tamil [Class - 13]
12:28

In this video, you are going to learn HTML Span Tag and its attributes.


→ The divtag is an empty container, which defines a division or a section.   

→ This is a Container tag. Div ….  /Div

→ Attribute of divtag :

→ Text-Align

→ Background color

→ Text-Color

→ Float

→ Border     


Span Tag:

→ The Spantag is used for grouping and applying styles to inline elements.   

→ This is a Container tag. Span ….  /Span


Attribute of Spantag :

→ Background color

→ Text-Color

→ Border     


Difference Between the Span tag  and the  Division tag.

→ The Span tag is used with inline elements whilst the div tag is used  with  block-level content.

HTML Span Tag in Tamil [Class - 14]
11:50
What Should We Learn In HTML? | Subscriber Query (HTML Course in Tamil)
13:43
HTML Overflow, Float, Inline & Block | Subscriber Query [Class - 15]
12:35
HTML Overflow, Float, Inline & Block Part-2 (Class -16)
16:58

In this video, you are going to learn about HTML Meta tag.


HTML meta tag is used to represent the metadata about the HTML document. It specifies page description, keywords, language, author of the documents, etc.

The meta tag is placed within the head tag, and it can be used more than one times in a document.

This is a Empty tag Meta Meta tag used html page we can open the  HTML file like Laptop, Computer,  Mobile.

HTML Meta Tag Part 1 in Tamil [Class - 17]
11:33
HTML Meta Tag Part 2 in Tamil [Class - 18]
10:51

In this video, you are going to learn about HTML Audio tag.


The audiotag is new in HTML5

The audiotag is an inline element used to embed sound files into a webpage.

It is useful when you want to add any audio, such as a song or interview to your webpage.

The text between the audio and /audio tags will only be displayed in browsers that do not support the audio element


To play an audio file in HTML, use the audio … /audio

The source … /source to specify alternative audio files which the browser may choose from. The browser will use the first recognized format.


Attribute of audiotag :

Controls

Autoplay

Loop

Src

Type   


There are 3 supported file formats for the audio element :

  .MP3

  .OGG

.WAV

HTML Audio Tag in Tamil [Class - 19]
11:52
HTML Audio Tag Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 20]
15:05
HTML Audio Tag Part - 3 in Tamil [Class - 21]
13:43

In this video, you are going to learn about HTML Video tag.


The Videotag is new in HTML5

The videotag is an inline element used to embed sound files into a webpage.

The Html video tag isused for streaming video files such as a movie clip, song clip on the webpage.

The text between the video and /video tags will only be displayed in browsers that do not support the video element


To play an video file in HTML, use the video … /video

The source … /source to specify alternative video files which the browser may choose from. The browser will use the first recognized format

Attribute of videotag :

Controls      Width

Autoplay      Height

Loop           Poster

Src              Muted

Type


There are 3 supported file formats for the video element :

  .MP4

  .OGG

.WebM

HTML Video Tag Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 22]
11:53
HTML Video Tag Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 23]
15:29
HTML Video Tag Part - 3 in Tamil [Class - 24]
15:39

In this video, you are going to learn about HTML Comment tag.


Comment Tags:

→ Comments tag are added your documents for the benefit of the writer, which helps to understand the document.

→ They are given within comment tags


HTML Computer Code Elements

:

Code: Defines programming code

kdb: Defines keyboard input 

samp: Defines computer output

var: Defines a variable

pre: Defines preformatted text

HTML Comment Tag Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 25]
13:19
HTML Comment Tag Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 26]
12:57
HTML Entity URL Encode Part-1 in Tamil [Class - 27]
13:08
HTML Entity URL Encode Part-2 in Tamil [Class - 28]
15:19

In this video, you are going to learn about XHTML Charset in Tamil.


XHTML

HTML stands for  HyperText Markup Language

XML stands for EXtensible Markup Language

XHTML stands for EXtensible HyperText Markup Language


XHTML

XHTML is almost identical to HTML

XHTML is stricter than HTML

XHTML is HTML defined as an XML application

XHTML is supported by all major browsers

To use XHTML to create Web Pages


HTML  vs  XHTML

There are some changes in XHTML as compared to HTML. These changes can be categorized in three parts:

Changes in Document Structure

Changes in XHTML Tags

Changes in XHTML Attributes


Changes in Document Structure:

All documents must have a DOCTYPE.

The xmlns attribute in html is mandatory and must specify the xml namespace for the document.

html, head, title, and body are mandatory with their respective closing tags.


Changes in XHTML Tags:

All XHTML tags must be in lower case.

All XHTML tags must be closed.

All XHTML tags must be properly nested.

The XHTML documents must have one root element.


Changes in XHTML Attributes

All XHTML attributes must be added properly.

All XHTML attributes must be in lower case.

XHTML attributes cannot be shortened.

XHTML attribute values must be quoted.


Charset:

HTML Charset is also called HTML Character Sets or HTML Encoding. It is used to display an HTML page properly and correctly because for displaying anything correctly, a web browser must know which character set (character encoding) to use.


HTML Character Encoding

There are various types of Character Encoding which are given below:

ASCII Character Set

ANSI Character Set

ISO-8859-1 Character Set

UTF-8 Character Set

HTML XHTML CharSet in Tamil [Class - 29]
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HTML Code Elements in Tamil [Class - 30]
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HTML ID & Class Tutorial in Tamil Part-1 [Class - 31]
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HTML ID & Class Tutorial in Tamil Part-2 [Class - 32]
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HTML List in Tamil Part-1 [Class - 33]
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HTML List - Unordered List in Tamil Part-3 [Class - 35]
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HTML List - Ordered & Unordered List in Tamil Part-4 [Class - 36]
15:10
HTML List - Description List in Tamil Part-5 [Class - 37]
16:54
HTML Table Tag Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 38]
15:24
HTML Table Tag Part - 2 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 39]
13:53
HTML Table Tag Part - 3 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 40]
15:43
HTML Table Tag Part - 4 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 41]
15:09
HTML Table Tag Part - 5 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 42]
14:45
HTML Forms Basics Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 43]
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HTML Forms Input Tag Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 44]
15:26
HTML Forms Part - 3 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 45]
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HTML Forms Part - 4 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 46]
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HTML Forms Part - 5 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 47]
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HTML Forms Part - 6 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 48]
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HTML Forms Part - 7 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 49]
16:37
HTML Forms Part - 8 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 50]
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HTML Frame & IFrame Part - 1 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 51]
14:36
HTML Frame & IFrame Part - 2 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 52]
14:57
HTML Frame & IFrame Part - 3 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 53]
15:27
HTML Frame & IFrame Part - 4 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 54]
15:02
HTML Navigation Bar Part - 1 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 55]
16:30
HTML Navigation Bar Part - 2 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 56]
16:26
HTML Layout Part - 2 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 58]
17:26
HTML Layout Part - 2 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 59]
17:26
HTML Layout Part - 3 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 60]
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+ Python Course in Tamil
47 lectures 05:03:51
What is Python? [Class - 1]
05:40
Python Development Setup in Tamil [Class - 2]
06:25
Python IDE for Windows in Tamil [Class - 3]
05:27
Python Hello World Program in Tamil [Class - 4]
06:57
Python DataTypes in Tamil [Class - 5]
09:01
Python Comments in Tamil [Class - 6]
08:28
Python If Else in Tamil [Class - 7]
03:49
Python If Else Program in Tamil [Class - 8]
07:09
Python for loop in Tamil [Class - 9]
04:22
Python for loop in Tamil [Class - 10]
04:05
Python for increment program [Class - 11]
02:30
Python String Tutorial [Class - 12]
03:40
Python String Program Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 13]
12:23
Python List Theory in Tamil [Class - 14]
04:03
Python List Program Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 15]
13:11
Python Tuples Theory in Tamil [Class - 16]
03:06
Python Tuples Program in Tamil [Class - 17]
04:22
Python Dictionary Theory in Tamil [Class - 18]
05:01
Python Dictionary Program Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 19]
09:17
Python Set Theory in Tamil [Class - 20]
03:15
Python Set Program in Tamil [Class - 21]
07:23
Python Comparison in Tamil [Class - 22]
04:14
Python Functions Theory in Tamil [Class - 23]
05:46
Python Functions Program in Tamil [Class - 24]
06:25
Python Exception Theory in Tamil [Class - 25]
06:04
Python Exception Program in Tamil [Class - 26]
11:23
Python Custom Exceptions in Tamil [Class - 27]
03:26
What is inheritance in Python? in Tamil [Class - 32]
05:44
Python Inheritance Program Part -1 in Tamil [Class - 33]
05:12
Python Inheritance Program Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 34]
06:05
How to access private members in Python? in Tamil [Class - 35]
06:58
Python File Operations in Tamil [Class - 36]
06:51
Python File Operation Program Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 37]
06:17
Python File Operation Program Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 38]
05:32
Python Database Theory in Tamil [Class - 39]
09:43
Python Database Practical Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 40
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Python Database Practical Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 41]
06:38
Python Database Practical Part - 3 in Tamil [Class - 42]
07:56
Python Abstract Class in Tamil [Class - 43]
03:44
Python Abstract Class Program in Tamil [Class - 44]
07:10
Python MySQL Database Practical [Class - 45]
09:11
Python Date & Time [Class - 46]
10:02
Python Regex Theory [Class - 47]
02:59
Python Regex Practical Program [Class - 48]
04:42
Python Iterator [Class - 49]
08:55
Python Decorator [Class - 50]
07:55
Python Job Opportunities [Class - 51]
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+ Kotlin Course in Tamil
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Introduction to Kotlin [Class - 1]
12:36
How to install Kotlin in Windows? [Class - 2]
09:51
Kotlin Conditions & Booleans [Class - 4]
16:03
Kotlin List Array [Class - 5]
16:49
Kotlin Loops [Class - 6]
09:01
Kotlin Functions [Class - 7]
17:35
Kotlin Functions Part - 2 [Class - 8]
16:32
Kotlin Default Values [Class - 9]
12:53
Kotlin Lamba [Class - 10]
20:35
Kotlin Object Properties [Class - 11]
16:56
Kotlin Constructors [Class - 12]
25:01
Kotlin Sub Class [Class - 13]
21:02
Kotlin Data Class [Class - 15]
18:02
Kotlin Pairs Triples [Class - 16]
15:08
Kotlin Collections [Class - 17]
15:05
+ Android Tutorial
106 lectures 32:38:26

Android applications are the modified versions of the Linux OS that can be used in mobiles. Being developed by Andy Rubin and other people during 2003, this android platform was purchased by Google in 2005 and was shared with 84 other open handset alliances (OHA) during 2007. Android uses Java as a programming language. These android applications can be developed under various categories like entertainment, tools, communication, personalization, music and audio, social, media and video, travel and location, etc…. These android applications can be customized according to the application developer's preferences but these applications should be constantly updated which might be problematic for the users.

Preview 11:24
Introduction To Android Quiz
2 questions

The next we learn after the history of Android is the versions of Android. Initially, Android was developed as version 1.0 and 1.1. These two versions were never really developed into a practical version. These two formed the theoretical foundation for the upcoming practical versions. The Android version 1.5 was the first practical application and was named after a food item as a cupcake. Most of the other Android versions were also named after various food items like a honeycomb, KitKat, etc…. Most of the android versions were named after a food item except for the latest model called Android version 10. They named it the same.

Preview 01:53
Android Versions Quiz
2 questions

Next, we are going to see the internal features of Android. The base/core of the Android is made of the kernel. The kernel is the first program to be loaded on startup and it handles the rest of the startup process. When an Android application is started, the kernel is the first thing to load which is then followed by the other functions. Once Kernel is started it starts to load other functions of the Android application. The kernel of Linux is modified to obtain this Kernel of Android. Certain features like wake-locks, out of memory killers were used to modify the Kernel making it compatible with mobile phones. The Init process picked by the kernel contains all the settings and configuration details and is responsible for starting up the background processes and adbd. The Init is followed by Zygote that acts as a template process for each application and services. The binder in Android is responsible for the communication between different applications. The system server acts as the heart of Android and has three managers named, Activity, Window and package manager. All these functions start-up and run when Android application is started.

Preview 07:06
Android Internals Quiz
2 questions

Android architecture is made up of multiple levels of layers. The first and the foremost layer used is the Kernel layer. They form the base layer and are responsible for hardware functions like cameras, bluetooth, etc... The next layer is the hardware abstraction layer that provides the interfaces to expose the abilities of the device's hardware. The Next Layer is the android runtime layer(ART) that uses the concept of Dex to manage the memory efficiently. They also contain core libraries that can be used by the developers. The next layer is the Native library that contains files that are used to support the applications that run on other programming languages like C and C++. The next layer is the Java API framework that provides the entire feature of the Android OS. They act as an activity, resource and notification manager for and between applications. They also perform other management activities. The final layer is the system apps that contain data/code for certain Android applications like SMS, default web browser, etc… Android uses Java as the programming language. The Java files are converted into Dex files. Initially, Dalvik codes were used which were then replaced by ART.


Preview 14:07
Android Architecture Internals
1 question

Android studio was announced as the integrated development environment for Android by Google. For 64 Bit Windows, the latest version is Android Studio 3.5.3 (As of April 2020). Download the setup file and extract them. After installation open the application to view the project structure. The Manifest file, which is a part of the structure contains the details of the application. It contains various details like which activity should run when the application is opened, User permission requests, etc… The next is the Java file which contains the details of the activities performed by the application. The resource file contains the resources for the applications. The image files contain background images and other images. The layout file contains the layout of the applications. There are also other files like Bitmap, colors, and string that are necessary to build an application. The gradle files contain the SDK version details that can be changed according to the requirement of the developers. The version code should be incremented based on the development. The application also contains widgets like buttons, images, text change, layouts, containers, etc…..The software also comes with an emulator that allows you to run the application and show how it will appear on the mobile.

Android Studio Download & Installation in Tamil [Class - 5]
10:34
Android Studio Quiz
2 questions

The previous section provided a detailed analysis of how to run and check the developed software using an Emulator. But the emulator requires a 5-8 Gb RAM speed to run smoothly. This RAM speed is compulsory for the smooth running of the program. But the application can also be run directly in your mobile phones by connecting the phone to your computer using a USB cable. The android contains four major building blocks( activity, services, broadcast receiver, and content providers). Each of these blocks serves a unique purpose and they also have a separate life cycle. The life cycle of the activity describes how to move from one activity to another in an application, what happens to the activities that are not prioritized and how are unwanted activities killed in an application. The services lifecycle explains how you can run an application in the background despite it not being the main application that is being used. For example how a fixed alarm clock runs in the background despite us focussing on other activities. The lifecycle of the broadcast receiver shows how the interaction between the OS and the mobile applications are done. For example, while changing the system to airplane mode or silent mode the OS will automatically send the information to certain applications as per their requests. The lifecycle of a content provider describes how they manage and maintain the data of the application. Using the activity lifecycle you can decide,


  • When your application starts, what features that can be loaded.

  • When your application is running in the background, what are the activities that can be destroyed and what can be put on hold.

  • Also using this you can also program the activities that can be used for running in the background even when the application is closed.

Android Life Cycle in Tamil [Class - 6]
21:39
Android Life Cycle Quiz
1 question

This video describes how to create a button and add the functions to it through coding. The first step is to create a button using the drag and drop option available. Once created, the coding for the button will also be automatically created in the layout.xml file. Create a name for it and find the reference for the same and assign it to the same, so that your button can be used for programming during later stages. The position and the size of the button can be altered directly in the layout file. While the Id of the button will allow you to use them while coding, the name of the button like start, stop, etc.. can be written. The name is the one that will be visible to the users, not the Id. After designing the layout and other physical changes to the button, the next step is to set the function of the button either in xml file or in java file. Using the listener ' on click listener' we code the function for the button and what should happen when the button is clicked. Finally, run the code to check your coding and layout design.

How To Use Button In Android in Tamil [Class - 7]
10:27
Android Button Quiz
1 question

Right above the button created we are going to place a text box. The users can enter their details in this text box. Similar to the button we are going to use the 'edit text' widget on the screen. The constraints of this box will be available by default. But based on the user requirements, we can change the constraints on all the three sides including its distance from the button. Next, we have to change the name of the text. We can also include the hint that can be displayed while placing the cursor on this textbox. The next step is to create the code and object for the text box. Hereafter entering the name in the box, we need to get the text entered in edit text and convert them into a string for further usage. Here the name is shown as a toast by using the toast option in the code. Run the code to understand the code and its function.

How To Use Edit Text In Android in Tamil [Class - 8]
05:47

Previously we used 'edit text' to get the text information from the user and display them as a toast. Now we are going to use the ' text view' widget to display the text entered in the ' edit text ' widget. The constraints are already available but can be changed according to the requirement. The alignment of the text appearing in the box, along with its font and size can be changed. Next, we need to create an object for the option and add the 'show name' code to display the text entered on the 'edit text ' widget to appear on the view. While running the app, we can see that the name after being entered is displayed on the textbox box below. But they appear in a greyish color due to the fact that the enabled is set as 'False'. By setting the enable as 'True' we can change the font to appear in a darker shade. We have used set enable and set visibility function to show these texts.


How To Use Text View In Android in Tamil [Class - 9]
05:05

In this video, we are going to see how the android moves onto the next activity after pressing the button. Once the name is entered and the button is pressed we move on to the next activity or screen in Android. The 'text view' widget is removed. Then by right-clicking on the main activity, we can create a new empty activity that can be named as 'second activity'. Similar to the main activity we also have an XML and java file for the second activity. The next step is to add the function for the button in such a way that, when clicked, the button will automatically redirect you to the second activity screen. We can use intent within the button code which allows the screens to change. We also add a code to display a welcome message while moving to the next activity. Next, we are going to use the Name string obtained from the main activity in the second activity screen by passing them. So in the main activity, we pass the string and the string is received in the second activity using the 'get intent' function which is then stored as a message. Using the display option we are displaying the name in the second activity. After moving to the second activity we have to move back to the main activity along with the data obtained from the second activity by using the 'start activity for result' method. We are also creating a button to move to previous activity. So when the button is pressed the screen moves to the main activity. And while it moves back the name of the button in the main activity will be changed.


Moving To Next Activity In Android in Tamil [Class - 10]
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In this video, we are going to see how to use a checkbox and its functions in detail. Initially drag and drop the checkbox option on the main activity screen. Also place a text view box, that asks a question like ' languages known'. Below this, we have the checkboxes with various options. Use the wrap content option to automatically change the constraints by default. Use the constraint layout options to choose the best layout format for your checkbox appearance ( linear layout). You can also place the code of the text view box and checkbox within the linear layout out for default alignment. Based on your requirement you can choose different layout techniques. Create an Id and name text for each checkbox. Various other attributes can be changed based on the requirements. The common attributes include padding, visibility, clickable, etc… Next, we create a separate string for each checkbox to change their names and alter them accordingly in the entire programming code. Then the next step is to create a button that when clicked will show you the selected data of the checkboxes as a toast. We can also display them on a separate screen and also in the separate text view box.



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How To Use Floating Action Button In Android In Tamil [Class - 15]
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Android Rating Bar Tutorial In Tamil [Class - 16]
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Android Progress Bar Tutorial In Tamil [Class - 17]
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Android SeekBar Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 18]
13:55
Android Spinner Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 19]
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Android ListView Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 20]
22:38
Android WebView Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 21]
15:25
Android Recycler View Part-1 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 22]
48:13
Android Recycler View Part-2 Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 23]
24:36
Android Alert Dialog Box Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 24]
12:46
Android Option Menu Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 25]
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Android Context Menu Tutorial in Tamil Class - 26]
08:35
Android Popup Menu Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 27]
10:05
Android BroadCast Receiver in Tamil [Class - 28]
25:54
Android Services in Tamil [Class - 29]
21:39
Android Aalrm Manager in Tamil [Class - 30]
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Android SQLite Database Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 31]
56:22
Android SQLite Database with SQLiteOpenHelper Part - 1
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Android SQLite Database with SQLiteOpenHelper Part - 2
56:26
Android Location Manager Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 33]
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Android SMS App Tutorial Part - 1 in Tamil [Class - 34]
10:47
Android SMS App Tutorial Part - 2 in Tamil [Class - 35]
33:14
Android Call Intent Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 36]
10:32
Android Audio Manager Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 37]
11:13
Android Auto Complete Text Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 38]
10:33
Android Bluetooth Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 39]
28:18
Android Media Player App Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 40]
49:01
Android Clipboard Manager Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 41]
12:12
Android Bottom Navigation Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 42]
24:43
Android Navigation View Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 43]
54:22
Android Text Input Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 44]
33:54
Android Shared Preferences Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 45]
24:19
Android Text Switcher Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 46]
13:52
Android Image Switcher Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 47]
10:19
Android Adaptive View Filter Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 48]
19:08
Android Simple Notification Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 49]
19:30
Android Big Text Style Notification Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 50]
05:02
Android Picture Text Style Notification Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 51]
05:28
Android Inbox Style Notification Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 52]
04:31
Android Bottom Sheet Behaviour Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 53]
20:24
Android Snack Bar Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 54]
13:18
Android Tab Layout Tutorial in Tamil [Class - 55]
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Introduction to Google Firebase [Class - 57] (Android Advanced Course in Tamil)
10:04
How To Connect Android APP To Google Firebase? [Class - 58]
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How To Authenticate Using Email? Part - 1 [Class - 59]
13:41
How To Authenticate Using Email? Signup Functionality Part - 2 [Class - 60]
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How To Authenticate Using Email? Login Functionality Part - 3 [Class - 61]
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How To Authenticate Using Email? Part - 4 [Class - 62]
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How To Authenticate Using Email? Part - 5 [Class - 63]
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Phone Number OTP Authentication using Firebase Part - 1 [Class - 64]
13:47
Phone Number OTP Authentication using Firebase Part - 2 [Class - 65]
21:49
Phone Number OTP Authentication using Firebase Part - 3 [Class - 66]
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Real Time DataBase Intro [Class - 67]
14:06
Real Time DataBase Simple Write [Class - 68]
16:03
Real Time DataBase Reference Listner [Class - 69]
10:00
Real Time DataBase Child Reference [Class - 70]
09:19
Real Time DataBase Push Function [Class - 71]
04:23
Real Time DataBase Write Map [Class - 72]
11:51
Real Time DataBase Read Map [Class - 73]
12:59
Real Time DataBase Simple Use Case Part - 1 [Class - 74]
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18:03
Real Time DataBase Simple Use Case Part - 3 [Class - 76]
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Introduction to FireStore [Class - 82]
16:23
Simple Write Operation Using Map [Class - 83]
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Simple Read Operation Using Map [Class - 84]
19:36
Simple Data Write Using User Defined Class [Class - 85]
17:15
Simple Data Read Using User Defined Class [Class - 86]
18:49
Firebase Firestore Simple Use Case - Part 1 [Class - 87]
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Firebase Firestore Simple Use Case - Part 2 [Class - 88]
14:29
Firebase Firestore Simple Use Case - Part 3 [Class - 89]
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Firebase Firestore Simple Use Case - Part 4 [Class - 90]
27:23
Firebase Firestore Simple Use Case - Part 5 [Class - 91]
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Firebase Firestore Write Array [Class - 92]
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Firebase Firestore Read Array [Class - 93]
07:05
Firebase Firestore Add New Element To Existing Array [Class - 94]
12:35
Firebase Firestore Delete Element From Existing Array [Class - 95]
05:30
Adding Map To Firestore [Class - 96]
12:18
Reading and Updaing Map in Firestore [Class - 97]
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Queries Intro [Class - 98]
14:06
Queries Recycler - Getting Ready For Queries [Class - 99]
13:35
Simple Queries [Class - 100]
20:34
Complex Queries [Class - 101]
07:40
Android Firebase Storage Intro [Class - 102]
08:01
Android Firebase Storage Loading Image From Memory [Class - 103]
20:36
Android Firebase Storage Uploding Image To Storage [Class - 104]
21:07
Adding Image Link And Name To Firebase Firestore database [Class - 105]
09:02
Retrieving Images From Storage And Display In Recycler View [Class - 106]
21:50