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Master Android N App Development With Java

Write real apps for Android 7 Nougat, that also work on older Android devices. Become an app developer.
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Student Reviews For The Master Android 7 Nougat Java App Development Course.

"Tim is a great Teacher and makes this stuff really easy to understand. He takes you from Zero to Expert in no time at all and always answers any questions I ask him almost right away. I started with Tim's other "Complete Java Developer Course" which gave me a great Foundation in the principals of the Java Programming Language and unlike other Teachers on Udemy, Tim is ALWAYS adding new videos to his courses. If your thinking of taking this Course, I can tell you that when you learn the things Tim is teaching here, your Job prospects will be well enhanced. Thanks Again Tim." - Oliver Farren

"Excellent communicator. Videos are very well organized and Tim articulates the important information very well. As a software programmer for over 30 years he certainly knows his stuff!!!!" - Dale Stewart

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You've heard how Android app developers are in high demand, but perhaps you haven't gotten started with app development yet?

Perhaps you have searched to find a course that not only shows how to build apps step by step, but one that actually explains why things are done in a certain way?

Maybe you are struggling to find a course that really can teach you the in's and out's of becoming an Android app developer?

Do you need to understand how to write apps for both the current version of Android (Nougat), but also have that same app work with older Android devices running older versions of the Android operating system?

Then this is the course for you!

In this course, you will discover the power of Android app development, and obtain skills to dramatically increase your career prospects as a software developer.

You will learn how to:

  • Develop apps for the very latest version of Android 7 Nougat that also work on older Android devices running older versions of the Android operating system
  • Download, install and configure the necessary (free) software
  • Create your first app
  • Build a range of apps demonstrating key aspects of the Android framework
  • Test your apps on emulators or a real Android phone or tablet
  • Learn Java programming using the included Java tutorial videos
  • Ensure your apps work with current and older Android versions on phones and tablets
  • Use Android studio 2.2, the newest version of Googles premier Android tool
  • Learn how to use databases, web services, and even get your apps to speak!
  • Understand the all new Constraint layout, for "drag and drop" screen creation
  • Use powerful libraries of code to play videos, download website data, manipulate images, and a whole lot more!
  • Become skilled faster with the courses combination of video, slides and diagrams, all designed to teach you everything you need to know.
  • Expand your knowledge with the challenges in the course that are designed to really help you become a better programmer (we show and explain the solutions as well).
  • Get a head start on other developers still using obsolete tools and versions of Android
  • Learn not only how to program, but learn the "why" as well.  Why things are doing in a certain way, etc.

The bottom line, you will get a fantastic education in the world of Android app development, and the latest version of Android 7 Nougat - from two course instructors with a combined sixty years software development and teaching experience.

What about updates and support?

My other courses get continued updates and support, and this course is no exception. More content being released each week!

Both course instructors answer questions daily in the questions and answers area of the course, so you are never on your own.    

So, are you ready to get started? Enroll now and start your journey to becoming an Android app developer today.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is designed for anyone looking to learn how to create Android apps by coming an Android app developer.
  • No previous programming experience is needed.
  • Join a small group of people who really understand Android 7 Nougat
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What Will I Learn?
Understand how Android works from a software developer perspective.
Be able to develop apps for Android phones and tablets
Work more efficiently with Android development by learning the best tools and practices.
Earn more with your newly aquired Android development skills.
Understand what makes Android apps "tick"
Submit apps to Google Play and generate revenue with Google Ads.
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Requirements
  • You will need a computer running Microsoft Windows, or Linux, or a Mac running OS X.
  • All required software is free and detailed videos in the course explain how to download and install.
  • No previous programming experience is required! I will teach you what you need to know.
Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
2 Lectures 08:00

A welcome to the course and a few things to keep in mind.

Preview 02:08

Interface Overview
05:52
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Downloading and Setup
9 Lectures 01:17:17
Introduction to this section
01:01

Install JDK for Windows
06:00


Install JDK for Mac
03:05

Install Android Studio for Mac
07:56

Install JDK for Linux
04:40

Install Android Studio on Linux
14:11


Enable VT-X
14:34
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Hello World Android app
8 Lectures 01:27:47
Introduction to this section
00:44


Our First Application
12:07

Our First Application Continued
11:39

Android Studio Tour
14:14

Setup of an Android Virtual Device
12:12

Run "Hello World" on an Android Virtual Device
10:33

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The Button Counter app
24 Lectures 04:25:40
Introduction to this section
02:02


Scaling and Resizing Images in the Designer
11:23


Fixed any size Wrap Content
09:46

Supporting Different Densities
12:09

Autoconnect
13:26


Adding Scrolling Capability
11:06

Infer Constraints
11:23

Build Layout Challenge
17:11

IDs and XML code
07:09

Activites, Bundles and Classes
14:00

Java Fields and Classes
13:07

Asking good questions
04:47


Fixing Some Issues
13:53

Get Text and Null Checking
13:03

ID Confusion and Challenge Time
09:12

Save Instance State
08:04

Activity Lifecycle
05:50

Overriding Methods
11:38

Logging and Bundle Data
14:58

Wrap Up
06:57
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Java Tutorials
19 Lectures 04:15:48
Introduction to this section
01:23

Hello World
16:28


Arithmetic and String Concatenation
14:57

Classes
16:50

Encapsulation
16:08

Multiple Constructors
15:11

this and Calling Methods
15:27

Object and Method Chaining
17:46

Enum and ArrayList
18:22

Testing Our Classes
14:07

Inheritance
14:43

Extending From a Class
08:53

Overloading and Overriding Annotation
14:22

Inheritance Challenge
07:11

Repeating Code While
14:21

for and for each Loops
14:19

do while Loop
05:38

Comparing Numbers and Objects
14:47
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Calculator App
21 Lectures 03:35:52
Introduction to this section
01:15

Details and Setup
07:51


Layout Continued
13:02

Finishing the Layout
10:14

Input Type and Focus Changes
11:06

Add Landscape Layout
12:23

Comparing Code and Layouts
12:08

Comparing Directories
13:32


Operation Button Listeners
07:56

Implement Operations
11:58

Decimal Point Bug Fix
12:30


Fixing the Landscape Layout
12:27

Finish and Test Layout
07:21

Mini Challenge Solution and New Challenge
05:40

Add Neg Button
07:11

Write Neg Button Functionality
09:05

Portrait Layout
10:51

Finish Off Layout and Test
11:14
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Top 10 Downloaded App
25 Lectures 04:32:28
Introduction to this section
01:29

Details and Setup
15:06


Exectute Our Async Task
05:51

doInBackground and downloadXML
12:22

Exceptions and Buffered Reader
11:55

Security Exception
10:00

Stack Trace and the logcat
08:05

Android App Permissions
12:56

Processing XML Data
11:34

XML Parsing Factory Classes
09:26

Main XML Parsing Loop
12:37

Testing the Program
12:41

ListView and ArrayAdapters
13:25

Array Adapter
08:27

Adapter Layout
10:08

Context and Layout Inflater
11:17

Custom Adapter Implementation
12:33

Improving the Adapter
17:30

Adding Menus
11:32

Get Menus for Multiple Feeds Working
07:08

Menu Item Groups
09:33


Challenge Solution
17:07

Generics Adapter
03:58
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YouTube App
15 Lectures 02:27:46
Introduction to this section
01:44

Details and Setup
06:09

YouTube API Setup
10:50

Add Second Activity
10:55


Get Google API Key
15:33

onInitialization Failure
12:14

onInitialization Success
06:28

Test App and Add Listeners
09:38

Documentation and more testing
06:52


Standalone Activity
12:27

Intents and Manifest File Changes
13:07

Run and Test App
07:52

Challenge Solution
06:56
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Flickr App
41 Lectures 08:53:49
Introduction to this section
01:25

Details and Setup
12:46

Flickr API Usage
12:47

API JSON and Validation
07:40

Create Project
16:46

Async Task
14:52

Finish Download Code
15:02

Download JSON Data
18:39

Project Diagram and Photo Class Code
13:07

Get Flickr JSON Data Class Code
12:19

Create URI and JSON Parsing
15:31

Implement Call Backs
13:12


Finish Off Code
11:28


Recycler View
19:16

Search and Photo Detail Activities
12:11



Implement Methods and Picasso
15:41

Get Picasso Working
11:09


Touch Events
11:16

Implementing Touch Methods
10:40

BaseActivity and Serializable
15:43

PhotoDetailActivity
15:26

Material Design
15:58

Material Design Continued
09:42

Backwards Compatibility
09:52

Style Sheets
13:08

Custom Style Sheet
13:33

Experimenting with Styles
09:33

Other Material Design Changes
12:57

Differences in API Levels and Challenge
14:14


Search Menu Code
13:08

SearchView
14:53

SearchManager
14:43

Implement Searching
11:52

Shared Preferences
09:21

Show Empty Search Message and Summary
08:17
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Databases and the Friends App
75 Lectures 14:58:57
Introduction to this section
01:53

Introduction to Databases
05:03


Command Line and Path Setup for Windows
09:38

Command Line and Path Setup for Mac
08:03

Command Line and Path Setup for Ubuntu Linux
06:14

Introduction to Sqlite
11:12

More SQL with Sqlite
10:42

Sqlite Querying Data
16:03

Order By and Joins
13:15

More Complex Joins
11:48

Wild Cards and Views
15:13

Housekeeping and Challenge
14:20

Basic SQL in Android
16:39

Debugging SQL in Code
10:55

Cursor and Navigation
06:27

Android File System
16:51

Content Providers
02:52

Setup Contacts
11:56

Content Provider Example
12:14

ContactsContract.Contacts
10:57

ContentResolver
08:38

Permissions API 22 and Earlier
10:25

Permissions API 23 and Higher
12:35

Checking Permissions at Runtime
12:52

Testing the app
12:29

Avoiding Crashes and a Challenge
08:02

More on Snackbars
11:25

Intents setData and Uri's
16:32

Storing State vs Checking State Each Time
10:06

Test Scripts, Challenge and Cleanup
09:27

Tasktimer App Overview
16:09

TaskTimer Database
11:37

TasksContract class setup
05:25

AppDatabase and SQLiteHelper
15:32

onUpgrade and testing
12:57

Create a new Content Provider
18:00

UriMatcher and the query method
19:57

More on Content Providers
13:33

Testing our Content Provider
14:25

Mime types and inserting records
14:43

Add Update and Delete functionality to our Content Provider
10:23

Content Values and SQL Injection attack prevention
23:19

Add Main Menu
15:31

How to update to a new SDK and Build Tools
05:51

Add RecyclerView and LinearLayout
18:37

Add Widgets and Constraints
13:38

Add the "add_edit" Layout
09:44

Set Widget Properties
07:15

Task and Fragment Setup
11:20

Reviewing Fragment Setup Files
13:24

Setup for "Add Task"
14:03

Add/Edit Functionality
11:17

Add our OnClick Listener
15:54

Cursor Loader
15:07

Test CursorLoader
11:30

RecyclerView Cursor Adapter
16:45

Finish Adapter and Test
17:54

Content Provider and notifyChange method
10:37

Test App and Challenge
08:52

Onclick Listeners and Callbacks
15:25

Changes to Listener
11:22

Test Edit, and Implement the Delete functionality
07:41

Fragments in the Layout
11:44

Alternative Landscape version of the Layout
10:52

Fragments in Code
13:35

Fragment Manager and Fragment Transaction
08:36

Passing Data to Fragments
10:24

Fix Edit Task In Portrait Mode
07:25

Removing Fragments
17:09

Removing Fragments Continued
07:14

Topics Covered to Date
10:28

Introduction to Dialogs
12:07

Creating Dialogs
14:51

More on Dialogs
11:21
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About the Instructor
4.6 Average rating
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85,964 Students
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Java, Android & Python Professional Developer & Teacher

Tim's mission is simple:  to make a difference in your life by helping you to become a software developer.  Tim does that through his Android, Python and Java courses.

When Tim started programming over thirty years ago, there was no online video training.  

There was no "easy" way to learn.  The Internet, in its current form, didn't exist, and as a result, Tim couldn't "Google" for help, or watch videos on Youtube.

After learning the hard way, Tim was determined to become the best teacher he could, and to make his training as painless as possible, so that you, or any one else with the desire to become a software developer, could become one.

In between doing that, Tim spent the best part of those years as a professional software developer.

Tim is relatively unique, in that he is a professional, experienced software developer who also has exceptional teaching skills.  

Many instructors have no work experience in the field!  Make sure the person you trust with your education is a real expert with substantial previous professional experience.

The bottom line for you is, when taking any of Tim's courses, is that you will learn the right way to do things from an expert, in the shortest possible amount of time.

Tim's Java, Android, and Python courses, here on Udemy are of the highest quality as reviewed by his students.   Ten's of thousands of students, just like you, have taken his classes, thousands have left glowing reviews, and many have gone on to full-time jobs, or consulting/freelancing opportunities after completing one of his courses.

Tim recently placed in the top ten Udemy instructors as voted for by his students and Udemy themselves.  

What does all of this mean for you?

You can have full confidence that Tim's courses are of exceptional quality, and that he can teach you to become a software developer if you have the desire to become one.

Are you ready to start?  You can get started today!  No previous experience is necessary.

In 2016, video training is the quickest way to learn, and with Tim's experience and training, it is possible for you to become a software developer!  You can do this!

Why not start today?  Click one of his courses below, and watch his introductory video, to find out more about who he is and what he can offer you.

4.6 Average rating
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28,195 Students
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Computer programmer, analyst and teacher

I am a programmer with over 30 years' experience gained in a range of industries, the last 16 with IBM.

I am now self employed developing apps for Android; programming in a range of languages including Java, Javascript and Python; and helping the next generation of programmers gain the skills that I have acquired over the years.

The first program I sold controlled stock movement in a warehouse, and ran on a CP/M computer - both the program and operating system lived in the 64 kb (yes, kilobytes) that was all CP/M systems had in those days.

I have gained experience in a wide range of industries including Utilities, Retail, Insurance and the Motor Manufacturing industry. My clients and employers have included Northumbrian Water, Arcadia, Royal Sun Alliance, Nissan and Jaguar Landrover. I also worked for Sunderland University for 3 years preparing and delivering training courses in computing.

Times have changed, the challenges are very different to what they were, but programming remains fun!

When not at my computer, I am often riding my motorbike through the wonderful countryside of the UK and Europe.

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