Android-Short-term-courses

A Complete Android to Start Career in Android Development

Duration : 60 Hrs.

Pre-requisite : Core Java

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Contents :

 
 1. Introduction

  • What is Android?
  • Android versions
  • Architecture
  • Android vs Linux & kernel enhancements
  • Binder (IPC)
  • Android boot process
  • Android startup& runtime
  • Layer interactions
 2. Android Development Environment

  • Android SDK
  • Eclipse & ADT Plug-in
  • Android Studio
  • SDK Manager
  • Gradle Build System

 

 

 3. Development Tools

  • Emulator and Virtual Devices in Android
  • Android Debug Bridge (ADB)
  • Using ADB for controlling devices
  • Dalvik Debug Monitor Service (DDMS)
  • Other tools in the Android SDK
4. Android Project

  • Anatomy of Android Project
  • Build Process
  • Creating your first simple Android Project 

 

 5. Android Application

  • Introduction to Application Components –
  • Activities, Services, Content Providers, Broadcast Receivers
  • Application Life-cycle &callbacks
  • Application Manifest File
 6. Activities

  1. Activities and View
  2. Creating & Registering Activities

 

 

 7. Debugging

  • DDMS Perspective
  • Debug Perspective
  • Attaching debugger at runtime
  • Debugger windows – variable, expressions, stack, breakpoints, etc
  • Using Logcat
  • Filtering logs

 

8. Resources

  • Resources Architecture in Android
  • /res folder
  • Android Asset Packaging Tool (aapt)
  •  Resource Types
  • Raw Resources
  • Assets
  • Resource qualifiers
  • Supporting different configurations
  • Effective resource management. 
 9. Addressing Fragmentation

  • Screen Resolution
  • Screen Size
  • Localization
  • Handling platform changes

 

11. User Interface -II

  • Special Views
  • ListView
  • Spinner
  • ImageView
  • ScrollView
  • WebView 
 10. User Interface I

  • View Architecture in Android
  • View &ViewGroups
  • Programmatic vs Declarative
  • Layouts
  • XML Based Layouts and Views
  • Working with View objects defined in XML
  • XML Layout Inflator Service
  • Linear layout
  • Table Layout
  • Relative Layout
  • Frame Layout
  • Common Widgets
  • TextView, Buttons, EditText, etc.
  • Handling events
 12. Activities in Depth & Intents

  • Handling configuration changes
  • Using onSaveInstanceState & onRestoreInstanceState
  • Intents a late runtime binding mechanism
  • Implicit and Explicit Intents
  • SDK Provided Intent Actions
  • Intent Filters
  • Intent Resolution Mechanism
  • Custom Intents
  • Pending Intents
  • Adapters
  • Introduction to Adapters for ListView, Spinner, etc
  • Built-in Adapters
  • Writing Custom Adapters 
 13. Fragments

  • Life Cycle
  • Types of fragments
  • Event sharing with Activity
  • Communication between Fragments
  • Creating universal applications for phones and tablets
  • Menus
  • Options Menu
  • Action bar – adding items, using icons instead of text
  • Context Menu
14. User Interface -III

  • Dialogs & Notifications
  • Dialogs in Android
  • Built-in dialogs (Alert Dialog, Progress Dialog etc.)
  • Custom Dialogs &DialogFragments
  • Notification Service
  • Custom Notifications
  • Toast

 

 

 15. Action Bar

  • Anatomy of Action Bar
  • Tabbed Navigation
  • List Navigation
  • Action View
16. Material UI

  • Concepts of Material Design
  • Setting the theme
  • Lists & Cards
  • Shadows &Drawables
  • Animation 
 17. Permissions & Security

  • Android Security model
  • Permissions
  • Protection Levels
  • Declaring & using permissions
  • Defining custom permissions
  • Debug Keystore & self signing
18. Preferences Framework

  • Shared Preferences
  • PreferenceActivity
  • PreferenceFragment 

 

 19. Data Stores in Android

  • SQLite
  • Introduction to SQLite
  • SQLite classes in Android SDK
  • SQLite Helper classes
  • CRUD Operations
  • Custom cursor adapter
20. Content Providers

  • System Content Providers
  • Content Provider Data Model

 

 21. Threading

  • Thread Lifecycle
  • Looper
  • Considerations while using UI+Threads
  • Handlers
  • Messages &Runnables
  • Using AsyncTask
  • Handling configuration changes in multithreading applications
22. Services

  • Need of a service
  • Service Lifecycle
  • Permissions
  • Started & bound service
  • Implementing a local service
  • Custom binders
  • Remote Services – using messenger/ handler
  • Using Remote Services for IPC through AIDL 
 23. Networking

  • Bluetooth
  • Wifi
  • HTTP classes
  • Consuming web services through JSON
24. Broadcast Receivers

  • Receiver lifecycle
  • Normal & Ordered broadcasts
  • Local broadcast manager
  • Registering receivers at runtime
  • Using other components from receivers 
 25. Google Map

  • Generate Key
  • Integration
  • Map Example 
 26. Publishing Android Applications

  • Versioning
  • Digitally Signing application
  • Deployment
  • Publishing on Google Play

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