Android accounts for approximately 85% of all devices sold today (2017 Q1). It only makes sense for you to be developing applications for the Android platform.

Languages: English

I will take you through the basics of Learn Android Application development, and introduce some more complex features as well. This includes the following:

  • An extensive look at the Java programming language
  • Introduction to Android, installing Android Studio.
  • Create your first Android Application, learn to debug the application, and learn how to create a signed APK that you can submit to the play store.
  • Working with implicit and explicit intents
  • A detailed example of how to work with Fragments
  • Learn some customizations like a custom ListView, Toast, TextView, and ActionBar
  • Learn how to save data to the phone in the form of SharedPreferences, Files, and SQLite
  • Learn how to implement Android 6 Permissions
  • Read data from an RSS feed and send SMSes programmatically
  • Learn how to save data online and do user management with Backendless (MBAAS)

By completing this course, you will have more than just basic knowledge of Android Application Development.

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Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Android students that want to learn how to program for the Android Mobile platform

Learn Android Course content

Learn Android with 11 sections • 89 lectures • 26h 50m total length
  • Getting Ready

    02:39

  • Packages, classes, and running your first program

    09:50

  • Variables, Literals, and Constants

    21:04

  • Reading input from the user- The Scanner class

    09:48

  • Getting Input from the user using the JOptionPane class

    09:59

  • Comments in Java

    06:26

  • Introduction to Decision Structures – Operators and Expressions

    10:13

  • If, if-else, if-else-if, nested if and logical operators

    20:38

  • Check for values inside or outside a range

    04:43

  • Comparing Strings

    13:32

  • The Switch-Statement

    14:57

  • Introduction to Loops

    13:49

  • Useful Loop Calculations – Input Validation and a User-Controlled Loop

    13:08

  • Useful Loop Calculations Part 2

    18:50

  • Working with Files

    19:32

  • Methods

    21:21

  • Introduction to Arrays

    12:30

  • Comparing Arrays

    09:53

  • Copying Arrays

    06:45

  • Highest and Lowest values / Sum and Average

    09:24

  • Arrays with Files and String arrays

    13:25

  • The ArrayList class

    08:28

  • 23. Classes And Objects

    25:37

  • 24. More Classes And Objects

    29:02

  • Introduction to Android

    03:35

  • Installing Android Studio

    07:53

  • Introduction to Android Studio

    24:40

  • Activity Lifecycle

    11:36

  • ID Application Part 1

    24:09

  • ID Application Part 2

    31:06

  • Challenge (Cricket Chirps)

    02:28

  • Challenge Solution (Cricket Chirps)

    18:37

  • Debugging your Application

    09:27

  • Creating a Signed APK file

    07:39

  • Introduction to Intents

    03:45

  • Explicit Intents Part 1

    14:21

  • Explicit Intents Part 2

    25:12

  • Implicit Intents

    21:23

  • Vector Assets

    10:06

  • Challenge Intents

    02:14

  • The solution to Intents Challenge Part 1

    21:20

  • The solution to Intents Challenge Part 2

    20:45

  • Introduction to Fragments

    06:56

  • Fragments Part 1

    29:16

  • Fragments Part 2

    20:24

  • RecyclerView and CardView Part 1

    25:09

  • RecyclerView and CardView Part 2

    24:57

  • Fragments with RecyclerView Part1

    24:02

  • Fragments with RecyclerView Part 2

    21:48

  • Fragments with RecyclerView Part 3

    13:33

  • Challenge: Fragments with RecyclerView

    02:38

  • The solution to Fragments and RecyclerView Challenge Part 1

    23:19

  • The solution to Fragments and RecyclerView Challenge Part 2

    26:20

  • The solution to Fragments and RecyclerView Challenge Part 3

    11:55

  • Floating hint and autocomplete TextView

    17:03

  • Create a custom ListView

    37:26

  • Create a custom Toast

    12:51

  • The Android ActionBar

    20:54

  • Save user preferences using SharedPreferences

    13:35

  • Save data using text files

    25:04

  • Making use of the AsyncTask class

    25:37

  • Save data by using an SQLite database

    01:01:27

  • Android 6 Permissions

    29:03

  • Read Data from an RSS Feed

    32:21

  • Send SMSes using the SmsManager class

    21:06

  • Android Service (Example: Stream music)

    42:57

  • Introduction to Android App Widgets

    23:33

  • Advanced App Widget (display data from RSS feed)

    01:00:50

  • Introduction to Backendless (MBAAS)

    18:32

  • Setting up your app for the Backendless SDK

    18:00

  • Documents to use for this section

    00:04

  • Creating the Contacts Application

    18:32

  • Creating the Login and Register Activity

    14:01

  • Register a New User in Backendless

    16:57

  • Login with a User and Password Reset

    15:36

  • Keep a User logged in to your app

    13:54

  • Layouts for New Contact and Contact List

    17:44

  • Create a new Contact in the Contact Table

    17:50

  • Getting Contacts in a ListView from a Backendless Table

    25:31

  • Designing the Layout for the info activity

    18:58

  • Coding for the Contact Info Activity

    18:17

  • Edit and Delete a Contact

    15:12

  • Introduction to Backendless (MBAAS)

    14:38

  • Setting up your application to use Backendless

    10:56

  • Google Maps Introduction

    34:11

  • Google Maps (share location online) Part 1

    24:33

  • Google Maps (share location online) Part 2

    26:51

  • Google Maps (share location online) Part 3

    25:40

  • Google Maps (share location online) Part 4

    04:15

What You Will Learn Android?

  • Have a good overview of the Java programming language
  • Install Android Studio and setup the environment
  • Debug an Android Application
  • Create a signed APK file to submit to the Google Play Store
  • Use Explicit and Implicit Intents
  • Make use of Fragments
  • Create a Custom List View
  • Create the Android Actionbar
  • Create a custom Toast
  • Use Shared Preferences, Files, and SQLite
  • Use the AsyncTask class
  • Handle Android 6 Permissions
  • Save data in an online database (MBAAS – Backendless) and do User management

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