Android Weekend Training
Android is now the world's bestselling mobile platform, and its non-restrictive policies and the use of Java as the core application language makes Android an ideal choice for developing internal corporate mobile applications. However,the API is large, complex, and sometimes difficult to get started with.
This course gives a practical, hands-on introduction to developing Android applications. It provides thorough coverage of the the foundational Android topics: installation, setup, XML-based layouts, event-handling strategies, basic widget types, and window layout types. it also gives a fast-moving survey of some of the most important libraries: location-based services, screen rotations, multithreaded applications, network programming, animation, and lots more.
In each section, it gives details on the most important topics, surveys more advanced or lesser-used topics, stresses best practices, and gives plenty of working examples.
Each section is followed by a series of hands-on exercises to reinforce the concepts. There are a choice of exercises of varying complexity so as to accommodate developers with various levels of expertise and previous experience. All exercises can be run inside Eclipse on the Android emulator, so owning a physical Android device is not a requirement for the course.
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Android Weekend Training Course Overview
» Obtaining the Required Tools
» Creating Your First Android Application
» Anatomy of an Android Application
» Understanding Activities
» Linking Activities Using Intents
» Calling Built-In Applications Using Intents
» Displaying Notifications
» Understanding the Components of a Screen
» Adapting to Display Orientation
» Managing Changes to Screen Orientation
» Utilizing the Action Bar
» Creating the User Interface Programmatically
» Listening for UI Notifications
Establishing Communication between a Service and an Activity
Binding Activities to Services
Persisting Data to Files
Creating and Using Databases
Using a Content Provider
Creating Your Own Content Providers
Using the Content Provider