Tired of seeing endless 'How to code 50 Android apps in 10 days' courses?
Ever just wanted to get stuck in to Android app development right away?
Well, that's why I created this Android development course! No other course takes you from beginner (with no experience) to a full Android app in less time than it takes to make a sandwich! I will show you how to:
This course is for you if you:
This course is not for you if:
What software do you need?
Do you need experience?
What makes this course different?
It's just so quick! Take i right now and you'll learn Android apps before you can even blink! Everyone used to tell me apps were hard to make - but they're wrong. It's probably because they had bad teachers - join me and I'll show you what good teaching is!
PLEASE NOTE: This course is designed to get you up and running with Android and Android Studio in record time. Therefore we have limited time to actually explain everything. My other course on Android app development explains everything we do in much more detail.
A quick overview of what we will make and why you should take this course.
Android Studio is the new way to create Android apps. Powered by IntelliJ studio, it far surpasses the old way of doing things (Eclipse). We also discover how to install the Android simulators and get them running fast by installing the HAXM package in the Android SDK manager.
We learn how to set up a new project in Android Studio. There are many options to choose from but we will select the simplest. That allows us to understand how Android separates its graphical sections (XML layout documents) from the Java code.
We explore the design view in Android Studio and learn how to work with layout files in XML.
We will learn how to connect graphical elements from layout XML documents to our Java code. Those elements will then be programmed to store a piece of information for later retrieval by the app - even if it is restarted. We learn how to fire off button click events (OnClickListener), allowing us to store information in Android Shared Preferences
Animations are the lifeblood of Android apps. With them users can know immediately if the button they pressed has had an effect. We study the alpha animation property of the animation class in this lecture.
Bugs are a fact of life. You WILL HAVE BUGS in your Android app! I teach you how to find them by sending yourselves messages using the Log.d feature of Android.
Wondering where to go next? Fear not! I've got you covered! Try my other courses that take you right from absolute beginner to published in the app stores! I explain everything you need on the road to passive income from apps!
Swift 3 on iOS, a little Java here and there and C# for Xamarin. I'll show you how to use them all!
When you learn from me you learn in an holistic manner. You learn concepts that are applicable to ALL mobile systems.
My aim is to get you qualified mighty fast, with very little hair tearing from frustration!
And what does that mean for you?
You'll be able to make your own apps to earn passive income. Or you could become a freelance developer which I can honestly say it is the best life in the world. You will have no boss and earn an hourly rate of over $100. You can also take holiday whenever you want!
Of course you have to learn how to make good apps first so take my courses now and you will see how easy mobile app development can be!