Android Course

Android is a mobile operating system.

Android Online Training

Android is a software stack for mobile devices,that includes an operating system, middleware,and key applications. Android was built from the ground-up to enable developers to create compelling mobile applications that take full advantage of all a handset has to offer.

What you will learn

Android is open source; it can be liberally extended to incorporate new cutting edge technologies as they emerge. The platform will continue to evolve as the developer community works together to build innovative mobile applications.

  • Foundation Android
  • Advanced Android

Android Online Training Course Content

Foundation Android

  • Android Overview and History
  • How it all got started
  • Why Android is different (and important)
  • Android Stack
  • Overview of the stack
  • Linux kernel
  • Native libraries
  • Dalvik
  • App framework
  • Apps
  • SDK Overview
  • Platforms
  • Tools
  • Versions
  • Hello World App
  • Creating your first project
  • The manifest file
  • Layout resource
  • Running your app on Emulator


Advanced Android

  • Custom Content Providers
  • Why Content Providers
  • Where the content comes from
  • File System
  • Preferences
  • Notifications
  • Security model
  • Advanced UI
  • Selection components
  • Adapters
  • Complex UI components
  • Building UI for performance
  • Menus and Dialogs
  • Graphics & animations
  • Multimedia in Android
  • Multimedia Supported audio formats
  • Simple media playback
  • Supported video formats
  • Simple video playback
  • SQL Database
  • Introducing SQLite
  • SQLite Open Helper and creating a
  • database
  • Opening and closing a database
  • Working with cursors Inserts,
  • updates, and deletes
  • Basic Content Providers
  • Content provider MIME types
  • Searching for content
  • Adding, changing, and removing
  • content
  • Working with content files
  • Implementing the API Supporting
  • content files
  • Location Services
  • Working with the Location Manager
  • Working with Google Maps extensions
  • Services
  • Overview of services in Android
  • Implementing a Service
  • Service lifecycle
  • Bound versus unbound services

 

  • Main Building Blocks
  • Activities
  • Activity lifecycle
  • Intents
  • Services
  • Content Providers
  • Broadcast Receivers
  • Basic Android User Interface
  • XML versus Java UI
  • Dips and sps
  • Views and layouts
  • Common UI components
  • Handling user events
  • Android System Overview










  • Broadcast Receivers
  • what are Broadcast Receivers
  • Implementing broadcast receiver
  • System broadcasts and how to use them
  • Intent Filters
  • Role of filters
  • Intent-matching rules
  • Filters in your manifest
  • Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers
  • Networking
  • Working with web services
  • Best practices
  • Sensors
  • How Sensors work
  • Listening to Sensor readings
  • Best practices for performance Wi-Fi
  • Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
  • Managing active connections
  • Managing WiFi
  • Making calls
  • Monitoring data connectivity and
  • activity
  • Accessing phone properties and
  • status
  • Controlling the phone
  • Camera
  • Taking pictures
  • Rendering previews
  • Bluetooth
  • Controlling local Bluetooth device
  • Discovering and bonding with
  • Bluetooth devices
  • Managing Bluetooth connections
  • Communicating with Bluetooth
  • Automated Testing
  • Why automate tests.
  • Instrumentation and unit testing.
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