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Complete Android Programming with KitKat 4.4

Everything You Need to Know to Build Awesome User-Interfacing Android Apps

By EDUmobile Academy | in Online Courses

The KitKat 4.4 OS for Android is polished, immersive, and packed with a ton of amazing features. Learning KitKat is a great first step for any budding Android coder, and allows devs to build interactive apps for the consumer experience. This course will introduce SQLite, basic animation, the OpenGL-ES 3D library, and more programming essentials needed to code for KitKat 4.4. By the end of this course, there will be very little that can be done to an Android device that you don't know something about.

  • Access 86 lectures & 11 hours of content
  • Discover the Model-View-Controller design pattern & how it applies to Android apps
  • Use SQLite to create databases, model data in an app's classes & provide data to controls
  • Understand active & passive controls, and user interaction tools
  • Explore audio & video capabilities, and the supported file formats/file storage
  • Introduce yourself to OpenGL-ES
  • Learn the essentials of debugging & preparing for deployment to the Google Play store
The EDUmobile Academy was founded in 2008 as a bootstrapped initiative of Vishal Lamba, who has been actively involved in the technology space since 1989. They're very passionate about creating courses that have world class standards, and providing heroic support to our community of learners. Every course is created by USA based, technologically qualified mentors, having an absolutely clear diction and command over spoken English. Over the years we've provided guidance and training to a developer community of over 80,000. For more details on this course or instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

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Course Outline

  • Installation of Java and Developer Tools
    • Introduction
    • Android Applications Overview
    • A Simple Hello World App with Source Code
    • The Activity Lifecycle
    • Activity Lifecycle Demo with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 1
  • First Steps
    • Model/View/Controller
    • Model/View/Controller Demo with Source Code
    • Activities and Layouts
    • Activities and Layouts Demo with Source Code
    • Intents (11:52)
    • Intents Demo 1 with Source Code
    • Intents Demo 2 with Source Code
    • Intents Demo 3 with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 2
  • User Interaction and Controls
    • Layout Discussion
    • Layout Demo 1
    • Layout Demo 2 with Source Code
    • Fragments Discussion
    • Controls Discussion
    • Event Handling with Source Code
    • Listening For More Than One Event On a Single Control with Source Code
    • Using String Resources from Code, Localization with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 3
  • List Views and List Activities
    • List View Overview
    • First List View Demo with Source Code
    • Second List View Demo with Source Code
    • Second List View Demo with Source Code
    • Second List View Demo with Source Code
    • Spinner Demo with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 4
  • SQLite
    • SQLite Overview Discussion
    • SQL Statement Syntax
    • SQLite with Android
    • Simple Database App with Source Code
    • The Simple Cursor Adapter Class
    • Putting it all Together with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 5
  • Services, Content Providers, and Broadcasts - Part I
    • Services: An Overview
    • Started Service with Source Code
    • Intent Service with Source Code
    • Getting a Result back from a Service
    • Using a Result Receiver with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 6
  • Services, Content Providers, and Broadcasts - Part II
    • Bound Services
    • Bound Services Demo with Source Code
    • Implicit Intents
    • Demo Implicit Intent to run activity from another App with Source Code
    • Demo of Implicit Intent with Source Code
    • Content Providers
    • Demo of accessing the Contact List with Source Code
    • Assignment - Section 7
  • Fragments
    • Fragment Overview
    • Fragment Demo 1 with Source Code
    • Fragment Communication
    • Fragment Demo 2 with Source Code
    • Orientation Changes
    • Demo of Automatic Orientation Change with Source Code
    • Demo of Swapping Fragments on Configuration with Source Code
    • Assignment Section 8
  • View and Property Animation
    • View Animation
    • View Animation Demo with Source Code
    • Property Animation
    • Simple Property Animation with Source Code
    • Using Animator Set with Source Code
    • Assignment Section 9
  • Location and Sensors
    • Location Discussion
    • Location Demo with Source Code
    • Sensor Discussion
    • Using Sensors with Source Code
    • A simple step counter app with Source Code
    • Assignment Section 10
  • Intro to OpenGL – ES
    • OpenGL-ES overview Discussion
    • Setting up the Environment with Source Code
    • Shape Coordinates Discussion
    • Setting up the Coordinates and Buffers with Source Code
    • Shaders and Drawing Discussion
    • Vertex and Fragment Shaders, Drawing a Square with Source Code
    • The model – View – Projection Matrix Discussion
    • How to Make The Square Look Square with Source Code
    • Assignment
  • Best Practices for App Development
    • Best Practices Part 1
    • Best Practices Part 2
  • Debugging, and the Google Play Store
    • Debugging
    • Google Play Store
    • Assignment

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Projects in Android

Learn Android Development by Building 10 Projects

By Eduonix Learning Solutions | in Online Courses

Android is the world's most installed mobile platform and Google is investing heavily to build on that distinction. As it extends into wearables, cameras, and many other devices, now is the perfect time to learn how to develop for Android and cash in on this growth phase. In this course, you'll gain the skills you need to begin a lucrative career in Android development by building 10 apps with varying functions.

  • Access 59 lectures & 11 hours of content
  • Introduce yourself to the Android native application, Gradle projects & incorporating Junit tests to projects' source code
  • Learn the Maven build tool & Spring Framework
  • Discover the Google Maps Android API v2 & Google Play services
  • Incorporate SQLite & write simple Object Relational mapping in native Java & SQL
  • Access the Parse API to configure the Parse user service
  • Set up complex fragment views using the Android Supportv4 library
  • Create bitmaps w/ Android's Drawables types
  • Understand how to set up & access the YouTube API, and manage YouTube streams/objects
  • Discover the Sherlock extension of the Android Supportv4 library
Eduonix creates and distributes high-quality technology training content. Their team of industry professionals has been training manpower for more than a decade. They aim to teach technology the way it is used in the industry and professional world. They have a professional team of trainers for technologies ranging from Mobility, Web and Enterprise, and Database and Server Administration.

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  • Experience level required: intermediate

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction (11:01)
  • Android Test Framework Application
    • Testing App Outline
    • Testing App - Introduction (7:18)
    • Testing App- Building Blocks (7:18)
    • App Directory Structure (7:18)
    • Building our source Code (7:18)
    • Running our App (7:18)
  • Android Test Framework Application - Part 2
    • Application Outline
    • Adding Features to Test Framework (7:18)
    • Adding Views to the App (7:18)
    • Form Controls in our App (7:18)
    • Final Application Wrap Up (15:05)
  • News Reader Application - Part 1
    • News Reader Application - Outline
    • Basic Setup (15:05)
    • Implementing List Adapter (15:05)
    • Implementing th Sync Feed List Adapter (15:05)
  • News Reader Application - Part 2
    • App Outline
    • Using Maven with Android (15:05)
    • Important Views in App (15:05)
    • User Flow of the App (15:05)
    • App Wrapup (15:05)
  • Trivia Game - Part 1
    • Trivia Game - Project Outline
    • App Description and Concepts (15:05)
    • Understanding the MainMenu Activity (16:25)
    • Implementing the Game layer (16:25)
  • Trivia Game - Part 2
    • Final App - Outline
    • New Concepts for the App (16:25)
    • Implementing Data Structures (16:25)
    • Audio Service Layer (16:25)
  • Google Direction App - Part 1
    • Google Direction App Outline
    • App Setup (16:25)
    • Code Walkthrough (16:25)
    • Implementing JSON (16:25)
  • Google Direction App - Part 2
    • App Outline
    • Extending the App - Building the GUI (16:25)
    • Implementing Fragments in the App (16:25)
    • Application Wrapup (16:25)
  • Building a Selfie Application
    • Application Outline
    • Introduction to Parse (16:25)
    • Creating the App using Parse (16:25)
  • Fitness Application
    • App Outline
    • Introduction to Eclipse ADT (16:25)
    • Code Walkthrough (16:25)
  • Drawing Activity Application
    • App Outline
    • Project Setup for the Drawing Application (14:45)
    • Implementing the Drawing (14:45)
  • Youtube Application
    • Outline of the App
    • Project Structure (14:45)
    • App Control Flow (14:45)
    • List View Implementation (14:45)
  • News Application
    • News Application - Outline
    • Introduction to Action Bar library (14:45)
    • Tab Navigation (14:45)
    • Code Analysis (14:45)
  • Company Profile Application
    • App Outline
    • Project Setup (14:45)
    • Introduction to Grid View (14:45)
    • Class Diagram of the App (14:45)
  • Summary
    • Summary (11:01)

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The Ultimate Android Marshmallow Tutorial

Master Android 6.0 Through This Massive 40 Hour Course

By Learning Kart | in Online Courses

Android Marshmallow represents the latest and greatest technology from the Android platform. Through this massive course you'll learn everything you need to develop the ultimate commercial Android app, from design and social media integration to AQuery library and syncing with Google Maps. Whether you need some help getting an app off the ground or are an experienced programmer mentor looking to keep your skills on the cutting edge, you'll love this course.

  • Access 390 lectures & 40 hours of instruction 24/7
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of Android Studio
  • Delve into newly added sections on the latest Facebook API, Google Maps, Google Accounts & Geofences
  • Use Google Cloud Messaging services to incorporate notifications into your app
  • Integrate your app w/ Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & more
  • Discover third party libraries like AQuery to supplement your app development
  • Build your app out for commercial purposes to promote your business or just monetize your development
  • Test your knowledge w/ projects at the end of every section
LearningKart is a premier destination for learning and upgrading your skills. With a Team of Professional Trainers with expertise in the fields we teach, ourr asset lies in teaching at the root level. Through our experience , we have learned what truly connects with learners. For more details on this course or instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

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  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Objectives of the Course
    • About this tutorial (3:36)
    • How the course is organized (2:19)
  • Android - Platform of the future
    • Android Architecture (6:06)
    • Various Versions of Android (3:17)
    • Dalvik Virtual Machine (3:47)
    • The Working of Android Apps (3:30)
  • Brush up your Workshop - Getting all Tools ready
    • Knowing ADT - the Android Development Toolkit (5:42)
    • Using the Android SDK Manager (3:58)
    • Running on different devices (5:32)
    • Installing the Android 5.0 SDK to start things (4:00)
    • Installing Android Studio - gearing for the future (4:44)
    • Installing Genymotion and adding to Android Studio (7:20)
    • Installing Google Play Services on Genymotion (5:21)
  • Let the show begin - My first Android App
    • Structure of a Android Application (5:50)
    • Creating my first project (12:29)
    • Running your first Project (5:31)
  • Shape up the Resources - the Strings and Arrays
    • Defining Resources - String,id,Color (9:25)
    • Defining Resources - Dimension, String Array (13:17)
    • Defining Resources - Integer array and more (5:01)
    • More on Resources - Plurals (7:59)
    • Resources - the final chapter (1:57)
    • Defining Colors for different States - ColorStateList (3:58)
    • ColorStateList - Contd. (5:42)
    • Using Format String with Parameters - Same String different values (5:49)
  • Activity - The building block of an Application
    • Lifecycle of an Activity (14:47)
    • Intents - the Android Messenger (5:24)
    • Intents - Explicit and Implicit (4:20)
    • Handling Events in Android (10:06)
    • Working of Explicit and Implicit Intents (3:22)
    • Using In-built Intents (7:07)
    • Passing Data with Intents (7:58)
    • Passing Serializable Data with Intents (5:50)
    • Passing Parcelable Data with Intents (10:23)
    • Using StartActivityforResult (2:04)
    • StartActivityForResult - Contd... (10:04)
    • Context - Application and Activity (8:11)
    • Working your own Application Class (4:21)
  • The Android Toolbox - Using UI Widgets
    • Understanding Gravity and Layout_Gravity (7:51)
    • Distributing Space with Layout_Weight (10:02)
    • Distributing Space with Layout_Weight - Contd.. (1:45)
    • Specifying dimensions in px,dp and sp (7:46)
    • Specifying Sizes in dp,sp and px - the demo (1:48)
    • TextView - the Basic Label (11:32)
    • EditText - getting all from the User (6:34)
    • Specifying InputFilters for EditText (2:51)
    • InputFilters Contd... (3:47)
    • Specifying InputType and IMEOptions for EditText (10:10)
    • IMEOptions - Specifying IMEActionId and IMEActionLabel (7:24)
    • Handling actions with EditText (1:56)
    • The AutoCompleteTextView - Guide the User (5:46)
    • AutoCompleteTextView - Continued... (2:23)
    • MultiAutoCompleteTextView - more text more choices (3:12)
    • CheckBox - Taking choice from the User (4:55)
    • RadioButton - Limiting user to a Single Choice (5:38)
    • ToggleButton and Switch - Switching Mind between Options (4:04)
    • Rate your mind with RatingBar (5:07)
    • The Rating Continues... (3:06)
    • Explore the world with WebView (6:04)
    • Controlling the WebView (4:09)
    • Loading local html with WebView (4:18)
    • The WebView continues... (7:53)
    • Settting the WebView with WebSettings (2:42)
  • LayoutManagers - Getting it all together
    • LayoutManagers - basics and LinearLayout discussed (10:32)
    • Padding and Margins for Views and ViewGroups (3:57)
    • RelativeLayout - where everything is relative (7:01)
    • More on Relative Layout .... (7:53)
    • FrameLayout - One Component at a time (5:34)
    • FrameLayout - Switching Images (1:57)
    • TableLayout - Tabling it all in rows (7:03)
    • Using Spans to control components (3:19)
    • Using Weight in TableLayout (2:09)
    • GridLayout - the newest to the block (10:31)
    • Using Space with GridLayout (4:21)
    • Including other layouts with include (3:43)
    • Using merge to include layouts (3:11)
    • Inflating Layouts with LayoutInflater (8:23)
    • How LayoutInflater works (1:45)
    • Understanding the Inflate method parameters (7:39)
    • LayoutInflater with Merge (3:29)
    • ViewStub - the Silent Killer (8:40)
    • ViewStub - Adding view with inflate (7:07)
    • Designing a UI by Code - Everything now is dynamic (12:03)
    • Designing UI by code - Continued (5:48)
    • Designing UI by code - the final chapter (7:24)
    • Project - 1 :Guess the Puzzle with Hints (2:12)
  • Handling Concurrency with Android - Threads,Handlers and AsyncTask
    • How Messages are handled in Android - Loopers and Threads (5:49)
    • Why use Threads at all - Problem with UI handling (8:58)
    • Options for Handling UI from a different Thread (4:37)
    • Handlers - how to use Runnables with Handlers (5:53)
    • Handlers - Using Messages with Handlers (10:21)
    • Handlers the Final Chapter (5:46)
    • AsyncTask - the all in one solution (5:47)
    • AsyncTask - designing one for my application (9:01)
    • AsyncTask - the final chapter (3:47)
  • ListView - where flexibility reigns supreme
    • Basics of ListView - how to start it all (11:36)
    • ListView - adding Filters and Multiple Choice Mode (4:01)
    • Obtaining values selected by User in Multi-Choice ListView (3:21)
    • Adding Header and Footer View to ListView (4:34)
    • Adding Header and Footer View to ListView - Contd... (1:21)
    • Notifiying DataSet Changes for ListView (9:56)
    • DataSetChanged for ListView Contd... (1:27)
    • Using SimpleAdapter for ListView Customized View (7:06)
    • Using SimpleAdapter for ListView Customized View - Contd.. (2:16)
    • Writing your own Adapter - Taking things in our hands (6:56)
    • Using Recycled views in My Adapter (5:35)
    • Using the ViewHolder to Cache View (3:46)
    • ExpandableListView - Show when required (8:27)
    • ExpandableListView - Putting code in order (9:36)
    • ExpandableListView - the final chapter (3:20)
    • Scrolling a List - Get data as and when needed (11:58)
    • Scrolling List - Getting things moving (6:28)
    • Scrolling List - everything in order now (2:05)
    • Spinner - Make a choice from a selection (9:54)
    • Customizing a Spinner - make it look lively (8:08)
    • Designing a GridView - More Views less Space (6:41)
    • SwipeRefreshLayout - Just Swipe to get new data (11:59)
    • RecyclerView demo - how things get glued (14:01)
    • Handling click event on a RecyclerView (4:21)
    • RecyclerView - the Android5 extension to ListView (5:01)
    • Using CardView with RecyclerView - flipping views like Cards (1:38)
    • Flipping CardViews with RecyclerView - writing the code (11:11)
    • Working with CardViews - Contd. (10:02)
    • Adding Floating Action Button to RecyclerView (6:55)
    • Adding Menu to Floating Action Button (8:52)
    • Adding Menu to Floating Action Button - explore the options (10:50)
    • Adding Headers to RecyclerView (6:23)
    • Adding Multiple View Types to a RecyclerView (12:07)
    • Using GridLayoutManager with variable Span Size (6:12)
    • Source Code for Lecture 122-128
  • Notifications - Let the know what you are upto
    • Notifications - the basic set up (15:56)
    • Adding actions to Notifications - More help at hand (4:26)
    • Using Styles for Notifications - BigTextStyle (4:14)
    • Using Styles for Notifications - BigPictureStyle (4:08)
    • Using Styles for Notifications - InboxStyle (4:32)
    • PendingIntent - Why exactly is it pending (3:25)
    • PendingIntent Flags - Understand the misunderstood (6:36)
    • PendingIntent Flags continued (4:05)
    • Notification id - which Notification were you referring (3:36)
    • Showing Progress with Notifications (8:57)
    • TaskStackBuilder - Now Home is never away (7:49)
  • Dialogs - where all conversations are shared
    • Creating a simple dialog with AlertDialog (4:58)
    • Adding Multiple Choices to AlertDialog (6:28)
    • Adding Adapters to Dialog (7:38)
    • Using Dialog class to Create Dialogs (5:30)
    • Showing Progress with ProgressDialog - indeterminate (6:15)
    • Showing Progress with Dialog- determinate (5:50)
    • Choose a date with DatePickerDialog (6:23)
    • Select a Time with TimePickerDialog (5:48)
    • Project (1:36)
  • Adding Styles and Themes - things made beautiful
    • Using Spans for appling styles (11:22)
    • Using ImageSpans and StyleSpans - more Spans more options (7:57)
    • Adding styles to Views (6:00)
    • More indepth into Styles - R.style,R.styleable,R.attr (2:49)
    • Developing Themes with Styles (15:36)
    • Using Themes and Attributes - the final session (6:33)
    • Using Shapes to styles Views (11:02)
  • Designing for all - considering Screen Sizes and Densities
    • How to deal with all Screen Sizes - the problem beta noire (11:59)
    • Settling the problem with different folders (7:45)
    • Getting the Output on different Screens (4:33)
    • Dealing with different Screen Densities (11:44)
    • Setting Aliases for resources and Handling Orientation (5:41)
    • How resources are selected (7:10)
  • Fragments - Let the both Worlds Merge
    • Section Objective (0:59)
    • Why Fragments at all (4:19)
    • My first Fragment - Add fragment in xml (5:44)
    • My first Fragment - adding Fragment by code (5:40)
    • LifeCycle of Fragment - question of life and death (14:47)
    • Handling events in Fragment (8:29)
    • Showing Multiple Fragments in Portrait mode (6:09)
    • Showing Multiple Fragments in Landscape Mode (5:46)
    • Using a ListFragment - a la ListActivity (6:18)
    • Efficiently desiging a Fragment - with Arguments (7:48)
    • A practical Fragment Example (6:44)
    • Practical Example Contd. - 2 (8:53)
    • Why we need BackStack with Fragments (3:40)
    • How BackStack works with code (9:31)
    • Lifecycle callback methods with backstack (4:58)
    • Adding multiple operations to a Transaction (2:43)
    • Why assign labels to Transactions (7:09)
    • Adding BackStackChangeListener to monitor backstack (5:09)
    • Calling Activity from Fragment (8:01)
    • Using DialogFragments - Using Fragments as Dialogs (14:32)
    • Using FragmentTransaction with DialogFragment (9:53)
    • Adding Child Fragments - Fragments to a Fragment (4:37)
  • Managing Orientation Changes - Saving the state when things shake
    • Lifecycle methods state with Configuration Change (5:13)
    • Saving and Restoring state (2:32)
    • How to use OnSaveInstanceState and onRestoreInstanceState (8:47)
    • The importance of onSaveInstanceState (3:14)
    • More on onSaveInstanceState (2:57)
    • Another example for State Save (15:29)
    • Using onRetainNonConfigurationInstance() to retain state (8:19)
    • Retaining State in Fragments (12:06)
    • Final check in Fragments - things to remember (4:50)
    • Fixing Orientation of the Activity (10:40)
    • Code for Configuration Changes
  • ViewPagers - the new way to Swipe and Go
    • Adding a ViewPager with PagerTitleStrip - The UI gets Interesting (10:00)
    • Small App demonstrating the use of ViewPager (7:32)
    • Setting a show Slide with a ViewPager (6:48)
    • Animating the ViewPager with JazzyViewPager (5:20)
    • Creating a SemiCircularRadialMenu - the UI gets even better (15:55)
  • ActionBar - where the action begins
    • Creating Menus and MenuItems - learn the old way (9:02)
    • Creating my first ActionBar - Adding Icons, Titles,Drawables,styles to it (13:37)
    • Creating Split ActionBar and more ... (8:04)
    • Creating SubMenu by Java Code and Using Intents with MenuItems (4:43)
    • Using addIntentOptions to let Android find Options (7:32)
    • Creating Menus by xml Code (7:54)
    • Using Checkable MenuItems and Groups (7:18)
    • Handling clicks on MenuItems - all approaches covered (5:59)
    • Using Fragments with MenuItems (8:17)
    • ActionBar with Tabs - Now you got Choices (8:44)
    • Adding ViewPager to Tabs - Just Swipe your Choices (7:04)
    • Adding Navigation Drawer - navigation is just a click away (18:13)
    • Adding Dual Navigation Drawer to a Activity (10:10)
  • Material Theme and Toolbar - Theme demystified
    • Introduction to Material Theme (5:49)
    • Material Theme - The code for it (11:52)
    • Toolbar - Starting with the change (8:02)
    • Adding more spice to the Toolbar (5:38)
    • Creating a Standalone Toolbar - a mulitpurpose option (15:13)
    • Creating a NavigationDrawer with the Toolbar (13:23)
    • Coding the NavigationDrawer - Writing the code continues (10:37)
    • Coding the NavigationDrawer - the Gmail type (4:55)
    • Using the ShareActionProvider - Now share with ease (10:35)
    • Creating your own ActionProvider - Control unlimited (7:59)
    • ShareActionProvider - A Practial Approach (12:12)
    • Using OnTouchListener on RecyclerView - New View New way to handle (11:40)
    • ContextualActionBar - The new overlay ActioBar - Basics (5:46)
    • CAB - Setting up the adapter (5:28)
    • CAB - Setting up the pieces (16:15)
    • Adding Sliding Tabs to my Screen - Showing more content on the same page (13:20)
    • Check out the Code
  • BroadcastReceivers - Listen to things you want to
    • BroadcastReceivers - What they are ??? (7:55)
    • Creating your first BroadcastReceiver - define in the Manifest File (8:33)
    • Creating Multiple Receivers - Setting the order (7:53)
    • BroadcastReceivers - More Explored (4:55)
    • Creating a dynamic BroadcastReceiver - create it when required (5:58)
    • Using Ordered Broadcasts - understanding the concept (5:29)
    • Ordered Broadcasts - gettign it all together (7:40)
    • Using Permissions with Broadcasts (6:31)
    • Sticky Broadcasts - The way to remain sticky (14:34)
    • Using Broadcasts - Handling outgoing calls with BroadcastReceivers (8:48)
    • Local Broadcast Receiver - where data remains local (11:04)
    • Responding to Incoming Calls (5:58)
    • Responding to Incoming SMS (7:02)
    • Handling Send and Delivered status of SMS with BroadcastReceiver (18:28)
    • Code
  • Sharing Socially - Let the world know
    • Getting started with Facebook - Setting up the Environment (12:58)
    • New - The New Facebook API - 4.6.0 - Updated (8:12)
    • NEW - Login with the Facebook Login Button (3:39)
    • New - Getting Profile Information from Facebook (8:05)
    • New - Getting Profile Information from Facebook - contd (3:17)
    • New :Using own Button for Facebook Login (6:27)
    • New : Get data from Facebook with Graph API (4:45)
    • New : Adding Profile Picture from the Facebook API (3:19)
    • NEW - Share stuff on Facebook (7:46)
    • Code
    • Coding Exercise
    • OLD-Login with Facebook - using Facebook login Button (11:34)
    • Old - Get User information from Facebook (8:58)
    • Old - Getting Friends list from Facebook (8:17)
    • Old- Log in to Facebook with your own UI (6:15)
    • Sharing Feed on Timeline - Using Facebook Feed Dialog (16:05)
    • Sharing Content with WhatsApp (11:24)
    • Sending Whatsapp message to single Number (4:09)
    • Getting Started with Twitter (7:32)
    • Setting up the basics for Twitter Login (8:17)
    • Continuing with Twitter Login - getting the pieces together (6:34)
    • Twitter Login - the final Chapter (10:31)
    • Uploading status updates on Twitter (8:20)
    • Code Examples
  • AQuery - Things made easy
    • Getting started with AQuery (10:42)
    • Loading , Caching & Storing Images with AQuery (10:31)
    • Contacting a WebService with AQuery (6:10)
    • Practical App to get Data from Google Places with AQuery JSon (18:01)
    • Posting updates to Web Services with AQuery (5:58)
    • Uploading Text and Images to Web Services with AQuery (9:32)
    • Code
  • Services - Where things go background
    • What exactly is a Service - get to know the basics (4:41)
    • Service - Lifecycle of a Service (8:22)
    • Learning about Local Services (7:49)
    • A practical demo on using Services (7:07)
    • IntentService - a ready to use Service (4:28)
    • Communicating between Service and Activity (13:32)
    • Using bindService to Bind to a Service - Writing the Service Code (6:26)
    • Using bindService to Bind to a Service - Writing the Activity Code (8:07)
    • Using AIDL - when things are not in same process (6:39)
    • Using AIDL - binding all the code (11:14)
    • Communicating with Service using Callbacks (9:12)
    • Code
    • Running Services in the Foreground - Not Background but Foreground (7:02)
  • Google Cloud Messaging - now users are just a click away
    • GCM - how it works (5:58)
    • GCM - how it works (10:15)
    • Registering Mobile for GCM Notifications-1 (11:13)
    • Registering Mobile for GCM Notifications - II (18:14)
    • Checklist - Check if have got all things in place so far
    • Code
    • Check your progress
    • Setting up to receive messages (4:30)
    • Setting up the BroadcastReceiver and Service to Process Messages (7:42)
    • Setting up the Server Code ( in PHP) (8:52)
    • Practice the Code
    • Coding Excercise
  • Location ,Location, Location - how to work with Fused Location provider
    • Basics of Location Handling (4:34)
    • Fused Location Provider - how it works (3:07)
    • Setting up for Location Services - get started (5:00)
    • Where am I - writing the code (7:47)
    • Where am I - the final part (3:28)
    • Location Updates - when one location is not enough (10:17)
    • Check your skills
    • Summary and Code
    • Exercise - Try for yourself
    • Geocoding - Making location meaningful (3:29)
    • Geocoding - Unveiling the Code (6:25)
    • Geocoding - Code contd.... (6:10)
    • Running the Code (1:37)
    • Download the Code
  • Working with Google Maps v2 - get everything on the Map
    • Setting up for Google Maps - the nuts and bolts (3:11)
    • Generating the Google Maps Key (4:21)
    • Setting up the basics for Google Maps - Contd (3:31)
    • Making changes to the Manifest File (4:08)
    • Making the final checklist (1:01)
    • My first Google Map (2:49)
    • Code
    • Using CameraPosition to move Places (8:35)
    • Using Tilt and Bearing - how it works (1:39)
    • Choosing the MapType (4:19)
    • Animating to new location (5:10)
    • Coding Practice
    • Solution to the practice excercise
    • Basics for Markers - learn to create one (2:57)
    • Adding Markers to your Google Map (6:10)
    • Handling onClick on the Google Map (4:30)
    • Hiding and showing InfoWindows (6:34)
    • Using PolylineOptions on the Google Map (4:34)
    • Practice Exercise
    • Source Code
    • Solution to the practice excercise
    • Create a path sketching Application with Markers (7:53)
    • Source code for the Drag application
  • Street View and its application in Android Apps
    • StreetView -Sounds interesting, what is it (2:13)
    • Getting down to Code - Creating a StreetView yourself (7:01)
    • My First Street View - Getting it work (3:08)
    • Street View - all Options Explored (3:30)
    • Source Code
    • Developing application with Maps and Street View - Click on Map and see the View (1:56)
    • Setting up the UI for the app (1:07)
    • Coding up the App - the final step (8:00)
    • Check out the final Demo (1:30)
    • Designing your own InfoWindow Layout (2:24)
    • Getting down to code the Adapter (7:09)
    • Wiring the final parts for Custom InfoWindow (4:19)
    • Source Code
    • Practice Exercise
  • Add Google Sign-in to your App
    • Setting up for Google Sign-in (3:49)
    • Enabling the Google Sign-In API (3:28)
    • Setting up the UI (2:52)
    • How Google Sign-In works - Get the complete picture (3:01)
    • Getting down to Code (9:12)
    • Start off with Sign In - credentials are just a form away (5:34)
    • Winding up the Code - the finishing touch (4:55)
    • Running the code - the final demo (1:19)
    • Sharing on Google+ - How it works (2:11)
    • Silent login with Google Sign-In (5:39)
    • Source Code
  • Geofencing - Mark and track areas of interest
    • Geofencing - What exactly is Geofencing (4:21)
    • How Geofencing works - Know the Setup (4:31)
    • Setting up the UI - how things look (1:23)
    • Coding up the Activity - the interest rises (5:46)
    • Create Geofences with input from the User (3:44)
    • Getting the current location - setting up the App (3:41)
    • Lining up the Geofences - the GeofencingRequest object (2:19)
    • Connecting between the trigger and IntentService - the PendingIntent (2:35)
    • Creating the IntentService to handle Geofence triggers (5:48)
    • Finishing off the Code - the final part (5:41)
    • Watch the App Demo (3:18)
    • Check out the Source Code
  • Material Design - the new set of components
    • NavigationView - simple widget for Navigation Drawer (3:21)
    • Setting up the Theme and Gradle file (2:59)
    • Build up the UI (5:12)
    • Adding Fragments to Activity (3:07)
    • Building the Main Activity (6:01)
    • Handling the Menu Item clicks and final touch (5:40)
    • Check out the demo (1:35)
    • Manipulating the Header View - Code and Demo (2:50)
    • Customizing the Menu Items (3:39)
    • Download the Code
    • Floating Action Button (FAB)- the new fab on UI designs (2:24)
    • Adding a Simple FAB to a UI (4:26)
    • Designing a Practical Application for FAB (2:09)
    • Setting up the UI for the App (4:01)
    • Coding the App to add Notes in View (4:36)
    • FAB App - the final code (9:44)
    • Download the Code
    • Snackbar - Time for some Snacks over the Toast (1:54)
    • Adding a simple Snack to your Activity (3:21)
    • Adding action to the Snackbar (6:13)
    • Using the CoordinatorLayout with Snackbar (4:17)
    • Download the Code
    • Mocking the Collapsing Layout of WhatsApp Profile (1:26)
    • Setting up the UI - Connecting Toolbar to Scrolling views (3:37)
    • Setting up the AppBarLayout and RecyclerView (4:05)
    • Collapsing Toolbar Layout - the magic begins (3:26)
    • ScrollFlags - mystery demystified (8:27)
    • Parallax effect- the final part (8:47)
    • Nested Scroll View - Add multiple scrolls to your Activity (3:08)
    • Download the Code
    • TabLayout - Arranging the content on the same page (2:49)
    • Setting up the TabLayout UI (4:08)
    • Setting up the Fragments for ViewPager (3:40)
    • TabLayout - the final part (4:44)
    • Download Code
    • Using RecyclerView with TabLayout (1:51)

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Advanced Android App Development - From Padawan to Jedi

Become an Android Pro Fast By Building an App from Scratch

By Zenva | in Online Courses

They say it takes 10,000 hours to master something. We're here to tell you that's wrong. By focusing the full course on building a single team-streaming app, you'll get the basics of Android development right through to the advanced design principles that will allow you to fully customize apps. This is the end-to-end comprehensive course that will prepare you to build creative, polished apps on your own.
  • Access 42 lectures & 6 hours of content
  • Delve into Google's Material Design to design your app
  • Discover advanced app design components like RecyclerView
  • Understand the Android Support Library
  • Learn design Patterns like 48dp Rhythm, Navigation Drawer & many more
Software developer and founder of ZENVA, since 2012 Pablo Farias Navarro has been teaching online how to create games, apps and websites to over 150,000 students through the Udemy and Zenva Academy platforms, and created content for companies such as Amazon and Intel. Pablo is a member of the Intel Innovator Program in the Asia Pacific, and has run live programming workshops in San Francisco, Brisbane and Bangalore. Pablo holds a Master in Information Technology (Management) degree from the University of Queensland (Australia) and a Master of Science in Engineering degree from the Catholic University of Chile. For more details on this course and instructor, click here.

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  • Experience level required: intermediate

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Course Outline

  • Course
    • Intro (4:16)
    • Course project files
    • 1-1-Design Intro (6:00)
    • 1-2-Sketch Intro (7:38)
    • 1-3-List of Tasks Part 1 (8:51)
    • 1-4-List of Tasks Part 2 (7:24)
    • 1-5-Navigation Drawer Part 1 (8:50)
    • 1-6-Navigation Drawer Part 2 (12:45)
    • 1-7-Viewing a Task Part 1 (11:49)
    • 1-8-Viewing a Task Part 2 (14:05)
    • 1-9-Editing a Task Part 1 (8:59)
    • 1-10-Editing a Task Part 2 (6:27)
    • 2-1-Intro to Develop (3:12)
    • 2-2-Content Provider Part 1 (11:55)
    • 2-3-Content Provider Part 2 (10:02)
    • 2-5-Content Provider Part 4 (5:06)
    • 2-6-Content Provider Part 5 (5:29)
    • 2-7-Content Provider Part 6 (8:01)
    • 2-8-Content Provider Part 7 (5:54)
    • 2-9-MainActivity Part 1 (8:02)
    • 2-10-MainActivity Part 2 (10:13)
    • 2-11-MainActivity Part 3 (6:18)
    • 2-12-MainActivity Part 4 (6:53)
    • 2-13-MainActivity Part 5 (9:55)
    • 2-14-MainActivity Part 6 (8:03)
    • 2-15-Navigation Drawer Part 1 (5:33)
    • 2-16-Navigation Drawer Part 2 (5:00)
    • 2-17-Navigation Drawer Part 3 (12:10)
    • 2-18-RecyclerView Part 1 (14:47)
    • 2-19-RecyclerView Part 2 (8:35)
    • 2-20-RecyclerView Part 3 (9:08)
    • 2-21-RecyclerView Part 4 (5:49)
    • 2-22-ViewActivity Part 1 (7:17)
    • 2-23-ViewActivity Part 2 (8:01)
    • 2-24-ViewActivity Part 3 (9:02)
    • 2-25-ViewActivity Part 4 (11:09)
    • 2-26-EditActivity Part 1 (8:39)
    • 2-27-EditActivity Part 2 (5:23)
    • 2-28-EditActivity Part 3 (7:21)
    • 2-29-EditActivity Part 4 (9:01)
    • 2-30-EditActivity Part 5 (6:50)
    • Conclusion (2:59)

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Mastering Android Programming

From Android Programming Basics to Product Release Plans--Learn the Development Process by Living It

By EDUmobile Academy | in Online Courses

Learning how to program for mobile platforms can consist of a lot of monotony. This course, fortunately, will give you comprehensive training in Android app development via a step-by-step, fun methodology that will keep you engaged creating many programs and applications. After this course you should be able to execute any Android project successfully, making you that much more qualified for high-paying development positions.
  • Access 63 lectures & 15 hours of content
  • Learn Android programming w/ Android SDK, Java, OpenGL & SQLite
  • Discover core concepts like control flow, data types & arrays
  • Understand modifiers, generics, streams & inheritance in Java
  • Learn Android services & debugging
  • Explore UI constructs, Android layouts & events
  • Use advanced Android features like handling resources, localizing, security & configuration management
  • Build persistence in your app for file handling, networking & more
  • Discuss best practices for product release
The EDUmobile Academy was founded in 2008 as a bootstrapped initiative of Vishal Lamba, who has been actively involved in the technology space since 1989. They're very passionate about creating courses that have world class standards, and providing heroic support to our community of learners. Every course is created by USA based, technologically qualified mentors, having an absolutely clear diction and command over spoken English. Over the years we've provided guidance and training to a developer community of over 80,000. For more details on this course or instructor, click here.

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  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Introduction to Android Programming
    • Android SDK Installation (12:22)
    • Hello World - Writing the first program (19:12)
    • App Fundamentals (19:24)
    • Control Flow (18:07)
    • Data Types And Arrays (22:20)
    • Unit 1 Code &PPT
  • Advance Java Concepts
    • Modifiers & Generics in java (23:43)
    • Streams in Java (25:34)
    • Inheritance in java (18:35)
    • Activity in Android (20:06)
    • Unit 2 Code &PPT
  • Android Features
    • Content Provider Discussion (13:29)
    • Content Provider Demo (7:32)
    • Services (19:30)
    • Debugging (13:25)
    • Objects in Java (19:33)
    • Unit 3 Code &PPT
  • Process and Concurrency
    • Java Threads (24:45)
    • Android Concurrency (21:05)
    • Intents (17:13)
    • Android Process (13:03)
    • Unit 4 Code &PPT
  • Events and UI Constructs
    • Layouts in Android (23:53)
    • Input Events (18:58)
    • Touch and Gestures (25:04)
    • Action Bar (9:08)
    • Dialogs in Android (17:36)
    • Menus in Android (11:15)
    • Unit 5 Code &PPT
  • Views and Styles
    • Notifications in Android (18:08)
    • Styles and Themes (16:03)
    • View Groups (13:38)
    • View Groups - Continued (3:24)
    • Drag and Drop Part 1 (13:41)
    • Drag and Drop Part 2 (20:36)
    • Unit 6 Code &PPT
  • Advance Android Features
    • Handling Resources (20:54)
    • Localization Final (17:10)
    • Configuration Management (8:28)
    • Security in Android (15:22)
    • Week 7 Code &PPT
  • Graphics and Multimedia
    • Canvas And Drawables (25:44)
    • View Based Animation (17:11)
    • Property based Animation (14:09)
    • Audio Playback (13:33)
    • Video Playback (4:44)
    • Using Camera in Android (20:31)
    • OpenGL-Discussion (17:09)
    • OpenGL - Continued (17:16)
    • Week 8 Code &PPT
  • Persistence in Android
    • File Handling (22:51)
    • Networking (27:12)
    • Shared Preferences (15:35)
    • SQ Llite Final (33:14)
    • Week 9 Code &PPT
  • Product Release and Best Practices
    • Creating Custom UI (11:17)
    • Integrating Googlemaps in Android - Part 1 (16:15)
    • Googlemaps Final 2 (6:59)
    • Location aware apps (18:31)
    • Loading Apps to Device (4:29)
    • Releasing App to the market (11:52)
    • Best Practices for App Development (20:14)
    • Week 10 Code &PPT

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