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This Tutorial series teaches you the Android Programming from the very basics. Google Android is fastest growing technology now. With many hardware vendors now supporting it worldwide it is poised to grow more. Our Android course is updated to include the Jelly Bean and the latest specification released by Google. The series comes as a powerful learning tool to get you going with Android technology.
The course does not assume any prior knowledge of Android and is best for beginners and intermediate developers. Our course cover the latest OS version which is Jelly Bean. By the end of the series you will be able to develop interesting and exciting Android apps of your own or for your customers. This series has been created by our in house experts and focus on real and practical usage of the technology. This series is useful for anybody who wants to quickly learn Android or wants to upgrade their knowledge for the latest OS version.
Even as the title suggests it is a "tutorial" and is for beginners like myself, it requires you to have the knowledge of Java. Rather than being a tutorial and demonstrating the development of each app right from the start, you are shown only the demos of already written apps and only a slight explanation is given. If you are a beginner, and have no previous background of java, please DON'T go for this course.
I have an extreme distaste for programs advertising that it is for absolute beginners - but then after joining, paying, you find out you need a background in Java or another programming language, because otherwise you won't be able to grasp main concepts. This is wrong.
The instructor just talks about Android in a very high level instead of stressing on the fundamentals. Not recommended if you are serious about learning.
Lots of good demos that you can easily learn, plus some useful tips on app development philosophy at the end.
In a few cases, the source provided does not match the video. Some of the quiz questions are very, very picky and not really indicative of understanding the topic. My opinion. The "development tips" in lecture 43 contain many items that are generic to all software development and not Android specifically. That seems a bit off topic to me. Overall, this is a good introduction. I think an experienced developer from other environments (like me) could use this to get a kick start into Android. It might be difficult for someone with no development experience to do very much with just this course, you'd probably need to buy a book or take a more advanced course.