The Android-Kotlin Development Guide
What you'll learn
- المفاهيم الاساسية الخاصة بالاندرويد
- ستكون قادر على أنشاء تطبيقات الاندرويد بأحترافية
- تحتاج أن تكون ملم بأساسيات الكوتلن وخصوصا البرمجة الكائنية
هذه الدورة المفصلة في المستوى الاول والثاني من الاندرويد بأستخدام كوتلن حيث افترض الشخص الذي امامي لا يعرف اي شي عن الاندرويد ستوديو
ستتمكن من خلال هذه الدورة من الدخول الى عالم تطوير تطبيقات الاندرويد
تتميز هذه الدورة بأنها مفصلة ولكن ليس فيها تشعبات وتفاصيل غير اساسية
لقد غطيت في هذه الدورة العديد من المواضيع مثل
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Should you learn Kotlin?
Now that Google are pushing so hard for Android developers to use Kotlin, we are seeing a dramatic shift to Kotlin - It's similar to the iOS situation a few years ago with Objective-C when Apple released Swift.
Fast forward a few years and everyone is using Swift. This is starting to happen with Android app development. Developers who used to use Java are switching to Kotlin. You can see why Google want this to happen. They have been in court numerous times with Oracle (the owners of Java) relating to a dispute over the use of the Java language.
Google want developers to adopt Kotlin so that they don't have to worry about Java any more.
The recent Google I/O conference show mainly Kotlin code examples. You can see where we are heading. Kotlin is the future for Android app development.
Soon there will be few Java developers writing Android apps - they will be using Kotlin.
The good news is, we've bundled a complete Kotlin tutorial we wrote from scratch with the course. So not only do we use Kotlin in this course (teaching best practices along the way), but we also include a complete Kotlin tutorial as well. You will learn how to use the Kotlin language in this course.
Who this course is for:
- لكل شخص يريد ان يدخل الى عالم الاندرويد
I love writing code and I love teaching others
I always loved coding, I love diving into complex problems and solving and I still think that it's really an amazing feeling to see an app or program you built from scratch
You might think that I studied programming and that I got a CS degree - but I didn't! I always liked coding and it was a great hobby but I actually went for "Biomedical Engineering" when it was time to go to university.
And I don't regret it! It was a fun time and I enjoyed all the things taught there. But soon after taking my first steps in typical Biomedical Engineering jobs, it was very clear to me that I had to go back to coding. And that's what I did.
Actually, I always worked as a freelancer on side jobs whilst I was at university. And I also started teaching others there. I like sharing my knowledge and I really believe that we all should do our best to allow everyone to learn new things and achieve his or her goals.
Now, I've taught about 200,000 students worldwide. I published dozens of courses and I got all those tutorials you find on this page. I'm extremely happy to see that all this content is helping people learn the things they want :-)