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Android App Development and Design

Course Summary

Android App Development and Design - Design Amazing Applications for the Android OS

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    Course Syllabus

    • Setting Up Eclipse and the Tools You'll Need
      • Downloading Eclipse, Java, and the Android SDK
      • Working Files
      • Installing Eclipse, Java, the Android SDK, and ADT
      • Updating the SDK Manager with the Latest Packages and Third-Party Tools
    • Defining Emulators
      • Creating a Generic Emulator
      • Creating an Emulator That Looks Like a Device
    • Connecting to a Device
      • Installing USB Drivers
      • Preparing Your Device for Debugging
      • Exploring Your Device in the IDE
    • Creating an App
      • Defining an Android Project
      • A Quick Look at an App in the Emulator
    • Building Your App's UI
      • Android UI 101: Principles & Paradigms
      • The Structure of an Android Project
    • Views and Layouts
      • Defining a Simple Layout with ADT
      • A Closer Look at Layout Markup
      • Reusable Layout Components
    • Resources, Styles and Themes
      • Pulling Text and Definitions out of Your Layout
      • Collecting Properties in Styles
      • Defining a Theme
      • Defining Button States
    • Drawables, Densities, and DPI
      • Inserting Drawables
      • Creating Scalable Drawables
      • The Meaning of Android's Densities
      • Creating Drawables for Each Density
      • Using a Custom Font
    • Programming Interaction {Activities 101}
      • Understanding the Activity Lifecycle
      • Creating and Registering New Activities
      • Calling Subactivities with Intents
    • Permissions and Access to Hardware and Other Components
      • Understanding Android's Permissions
      • Reading Sensor Data
      • Invoking the Contacts Application
      • Lists and Adapters
      • Accessing Contacts Data
    • Menus
      • Creating Option Menus
      • Creating Context Menus
    • Persisting Application Data
      • SQLite Databases in Android
      • Reading from a Database Table
      • Writing to a Database Table
      • Putting It All Together: Finalizing the Star Log
    • Publishing Your App
      • Aiming at the Right Devices
      • Form Factors and Screen Sizes
      • Packaging a Release Build
      • Publishing Your App

Course Fee:
USD 99

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1 - 4 hours / week

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