Mastering Mobile App Development for Android Marshmallow
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Learn to build professional mobile applications for the latest Android OS version.
Android is the most popular operating system around the world and has held the record for having the highest number of apps in its App Store. Hundreds of Apps are launched on the App Store every day, with the majority of the apps being developed by the general people.
Google recently announced the latest version of its Android, the Android M – also known as Android Marshmallow. Labeled as the ‘sweetest, smartest Android version yet’, Android M comes packed with a lot of treats for users as well as developers.
Google has upped its innovative factor by incorporating amazing features to the latest Android version. Marshmallow becomes more interactive with the new Google Now on Tap feature that allows users to search for something related to the context of a conversation by just tapping on the Home button. This result can also be shared with a particular person or on social media websites.
Other improvements are sweet battery optimization including a Doze features that helps reserve battery by putting apps on sleep mode, while the phone is idle. Finger print recognition support has also been added for apps that wish to make transactions more secure. It also comes with another security feature, permissions, where user decides what apps can access what aspects of the phone.
All of these amazing features allow developers to build better and stronger apps. Do you want to become a developer? Do you wish to create some brilliant apps, but you don’t have any idea how to? Well, look no further. This course is answer to all your developing problems.
Our course has been designed to cater to not only the advanced users, but also the beginners. It aims to give you a full-fledged understanding about Android, app development using the Android platform, as well as designing apps for the Marshmallow version.
The course will cover technologies such as the fundamentals of Android, setting up the Android environment, installing and using Android studio and SDK tool, building blocks of android app development (application, activities, events and layouts), java programming language, and Android aspects (Views, Layouts, Event Listeners and Intents).
If this is not enough, the course will also help you build an app from scratch along with the instructor.
With so much packed in the course, it is no wonder that this course is as sweet as the newest member of the Android family. Enroll now and become an android wiz.
What are the requirements?
- Students should have working knowledge of Java before starting with this course.
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 56 lectures and 6 hours of content!
- Create Android apps using the latest Android version
- Learn to follow professional app development skills
- Learn underlying concepts behind Android APIs
- Create real world App along the course
What is the target audience?
- Students who want to start learning Android from the ground Up
- Students who want to learn new features of Android M
Section 1: Course Introduction
Lecture 1 Intro 03:03
Lecture 2 Android-M-Showreel 01:00
Section 2: Introduction to Android Programming
Lecture 3 Introduction 01:42
Lecture 4 Introduction-to-android 05:05
Lecture 5 What's-New-in-Android-M 16:44
Lecture 6 Environment Set Up 09:20
Lecture 7 Android-SDK 07:01
Lecture 8 Android-studio 04:51
Lecture 9 The weather-app 12:02
Lecture 10 Section-review 01:16
Section 3: Android Fundamentals
Lecture 11 Section intro 01:36
Lecture 12 Things to know before you start 07:03
Lecture 13 Activities 07:09
Lecture 14 Fragments 05:47
Lecture 15 Views 06:29
Lecture 16 Layouts 10:03
Lecture 17 Event Listeners 03:54
Lecture 18 Intents 03:43
Lecture 19 Section Review 01:24
Section 4: Android Application Structure
Lecture 20 Section intro 02:28
Lecture 21 Android Apps 02:43
Lecture 22 Application structure 04:53
Lecture 23 Application Lifecycle 07:49
Lecture 24 The Android Manifest File 14:30
Lecture 25 Activities 04:14
Lecture 26 Fragments 04:34
Lecture 27 Life Cycle of Activities 06:47
Lecture 28 Lifecycle of Fragments 05:15
Lecture 29 Section Review 00:51
Section 5: Views and Layouts
Lecture 30 Section intro 01:13
Lecture 31 Views 09:37
Lecture 32 Views - Advance Concepts 12:51
Lecture 33 Dynamic Views 12:27
Lecture 34 Custom Views 05:27
Lecture 35 Layouts 13:02
Lecture 36 Events 05:13
Lecture 37 Intents 04:07
Lecture 38 Section Review 01:06
Section 6: App Development in Android
Lecture 39 Section intro 01:35
Lecture 40 Requiement Analysis - Weather App 03:11
Lecture 41 UI/Wire frames design 03:22
Lecture 42 Weather App 17:50
Lecture 43 Weather App-Application development-Basics 05:14
Lecture 44 Weather App-Application development-Architecture 04:54
Lecture 45 Weather App-Application development-Implementation 15:57
Lecture 45 Weather App-Application development- Code Relook 09:29
Lecture 46 Weather App-Application development-Other Features 11:56
Lecture 47 Weather App-Application development-Final Steps 10:13
Lecture 47 Weather App-Application development-App Completion 11:30
Lecture 48 Overview 01:00
Section 7: Adding final features to our App
Lecture 49 Section intro 01:28
Lecture 50 Transmitting Network Data Using Volley 04:34
Lecture 51 Offline Data Storage Using the SQLite Database 07:16
Lecture 52 Version Control with Android Studio and Github 03:43
Lecture 53 Submission to Google Play 04:08
Lecture 54 Overview 00:48