Android Nougat is the 7th major version of the Android operating system. Nougat introduces notable changes to the operating system and its development platform, including the ability to display multiple apps on-screen at once in a split-screen view, support for inline replies to notifications, as well as an OpenJDK-based Java environment, support for the Vulkan graphics rendering API, and "seamless" system updates on supported device
Patterns provide a logical and elegant approach to solving many of the development problems that coders face. Let’s look at the different features in-detail in this Video Learning Path and learn to develop applications that work efficiently with Android N.
Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.
This Video Learning Path starts by introducing the Android development environment and exploring its support libraries. You will gradually explore the different design and layout patterns and get to know best practices for how to use them together.
We then move on to the introduction on Android Nougat. By getting to know all its new features, and lastly get started with building your own application.
By the end of this Video Learning Path you will be able to build your own application that is supported by the latest Android version and deploy it on Play Store.
This Learning Path is authored by some of the best in the field.
About the Author
Soham Mondal has worked with Android for about 4 years now and his own app “Skyro Voice Recorder” has around half a million downloads on the Play Store and has been featured there a couple of times. Apart from that, he has consulted with a bunch of start-ups on Android/UX and was an organizer with Blrdroid, one of the largest Android groups in the world.
Kyle Mew has been programming since the early eighties and has written for several technology websites. He has also written three radio plays and three other books on Android development.