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Android Training “Android” is a mobile operating system developed by Google, based on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open source software and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Android has the highest market share in the mobile os marketplace and more jobs are opening up for Android application development.

Target audience

Software developers.
System developers.
Web developers.
College graduates.
Android app enthusiasts.

Facts about Android Training course
In this Android Training course, you will learn about Android architecture, application lifecycle, working with layout manager and designing apps based on business requirements. This course will give you real-time experience working with the most popularly used mobile operating system.

Android Training &  Android Development  training includes
Knowledge of how to enable Android app and register on Google play store.
Android architecture, various resources and its components, the different styles, intents, menus, notification, the process of application lifecycle and Google play store registration.

Course Content:

Module 1 : Introduction to Mobile Apps
Why we Need Mobile Apps
Different Kinds of Mobile Apps
Briefly about Android

Module 2 : Introduction to Android
History of Android Development
What is Android?
Pre-requisites to learn Android
Brief Discussion on Java Programming

Module 3 : Android Architecture
Overview of Android Stack
Android Features
Introduction to OS layers

Module 4 : Deep Overview in Android Stack
Linux Kernel
Android Runtime
Application Framework
Dalvik VM

Module 5 : Installing Android Machine
Configuring Android Stack
Setting up Android Studio
Working with Android Studio
Using Older Android Tools

Module 6 : Creating First Android Application
Creating Android Project
Debugging Application through DDMS
Setting up environment
AVD Creation
Executing Project on Android Screen

Module 7 : Android Components
Broadcast Receivers
Content Providers

Module 8 : Hello World App
Creating your first project
The manifest file
Layout resource
Running your app on Emulator

Module 9 : Building UI with Activities
Views, layouts and Common UI components
Creating UI through code and XML
Activity lifecycle
Communicating data among Activities

Module 10 : Advanced UI
Selection components (GridView, ListView, Spinner )
Adapters, Custom Adapters
Complex UI components
Building UI for performance
Creating custom and compound Views

Module 11 : Notifications
Toast, Custom Toast
Status bar Notifications

Module 12 : Multithreading
Using Java Multithreading classes
Writing an animated game

Module 13 : Styles and Themes
Creating and Applying simple Style
Inheriting built-in Style and User-defined style
Using Styles as themes

Module 14 : Resources and Assets
Android Resource
Using resources in XML and code
Handling Runtime configuration changes

Module 15 : The intent, Intent Filters, and Broadcast Receivers
Role of filters
Intent-matching rules
Filters in your manifest
Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers
Creating Broadcast receiver
Receiving System Broadcast
Understanding Broadcast action, category and data
Registering Broadcast receiver through the code and through XML
Sending Broadcast

Module 16 : Data Storage
Shared Preferences
Android File System
Internal storage
External storage
SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database
Opening and closing a database
Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes

Module 17 : Content Providers
Accessing built-in content providers
Content provider MIME types
Searching for content
Adding, changing, and removing content
Creating content provider
Working with content files

Module 18 : Services
Overview of services in Android
Implementing a Service
Service lifecycle
Inter-Process Communication (AIDL Services)

Module 19 : Multimedia in Android
Multimedia Supported audio formats
Simple media playback
Supported video formats
Simple video playback

Module 20 : Location Based Services and Google Maps
Using Location-Based Services
Finding a current location and listening for changes in location
Proximity alerts
Working with Google Maps
Showing google map in an Activity
Map Overlays
Itemized overlays
Displaying route on a map

Module 21 : Web Services and WebView
Consuming web services
Receiving HTTP Response (XML, JSON )
Parsing JSON and XML
Using WebView

Module 22 : Sensors
How Sensors work
Using Orientation and Accelerometer sensors
Best practices for performance

Module 23 : WiFi
Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
Managing active connections
Managing WiFi networks

Module 24 : Telephony Services
Making calls
Monitoring data connectivity and activity
Accessing phone properties and status
Controlling the phone
Sending messages

Module 25 : Camera
Taking pictures
Media Recorder
Rendering previews

Module 26 : Bluetooth
Controlling local Bluetooth device
Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices
Managing Bluetooth connections
Communicating with Bluetooth

Module 27 : More
Material Design

Module 28 : Android Application Deployment
Android Application Deployment on a device with Linux and Windows
Android Application Deployment on Android Market
Android Training outcome
Create layouts and menus in android.
Android basic, mobile app market and its architecture.
Work with DDMS, android studio, listeners and other tools.
Application lifecycle and its components.
Design interactive apps with multimedia.
Publish app on the google play store.

Course Features

  • Lectures 0
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 50 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 0
  • Assessments Yes

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