Android Programming Training
Android Programming App Development Course mainly focuses on how to use Android OS for building your own Android Application. Only the basic knowledge of programming is required for Android App Development, you do not have to be a geek for it! Android Programming course will start from the basics like designing layouts and building complex layouts. Once the basics of Android are done we will begin with building Apps. The duration of this course will be 40 hours, properly divided into theory and hands-on practical sessions.
Students can attend classes from their homes. It takes less time to attend an online class. At the same time, various groups can attend online classes with bytecode Cyber Security From home.
Android Programming Course
MODULE 01: JAVA Concepts
MODULE 02: SQL
MODULE 03: Introduction to Android
MODULE 04: Application Structure (in detail)
MODULE 05: Emulator-Android Virtual Device
MODULE 06: Basic UI design
MODULE 07: Preferences
MODULE 08: Menu
MODULE 10: Intents (in detail)
MODULE 10: UI design
MODULE 11: Tabs and Tab Activity
MODULE 12: Styles & Themes
MODULE 13: Content Providers
MODULE 14: Android Debug Bridge (ADB) tool
MODULE 15: Linkify
MODULE 16: Adapters and Widgets
MODULE 17: Notifications
MODULE 18: Custom components
MODULE 19: Threads
MODULE 20: Advanced
Who this Android Programming App Development Course is for :
- School Students, College Students can pursue this app programming development training course.
- Any IT Graduated or Computer Science Students related to any field can do this course.
- IT Officers, IT Consultants who want to learn about Android App Training course.
- IT and LAW Officers can do this App Development Course.
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About Andoird Programming Training Course Program
The official language for Android development is Java. Large parts of Android are written in Java and its APIs are designed to be called primarily from Java. It is possible to develop C and C++ app using the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), however it isn't something that Google promotes
Unfortunately, learning to develop for Android is actually one of the trickier places to start. Building Android apps requires not only an understanding of Java (in itself a tough language), but also project structure, how the Android SDK works, XML, and more.
As the first course in the Android Developer Nanodegree, Developing Android Apps is the foundation of our advanced Android curriculum. In this course, you'll work with instructors step-by-step to build a cloud-connected Android app, and learn best practices of mobile development,and Android development in particular.
Mobile app development is an exciting career choice. The demand for apps is accelerating and technology is ever-advancing. Not only do app developers work for small, medium and large-sized companies, but on freelance basis as well.
At this point, you could theoretically build native Android apps without learning any Java at all. The summary is: Start with Java. There are much more learning resources for Java and it is still the much more widespread language
The user interface (UI) for an Android app is built as a hierarchy of layouts and widgets. The layouts are ViewGroup objects, containers that control how their child views are positioned on the screen. Widgets are View objects, UI components such as buttons and text boxes.
An Android activity is one screen of the Android app's user interface. In that way an Android activity is very similar to windows in a desktop application. An Android app may contain one or more activities, meaning one or more screens
Is it possible to create a Android activity without UI? Yes it is. Android provides a theme for this requirement.