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Developing Android Mobile Apps for Business. Boot Camp - 3 Days - elite-it-training-center

Developing Android Mobile Apps for Business. Boot Camp - 3 Days

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Course Specifications

Course Length:

3 days

Course Description

Overview:

The Android OS platform has overtaken the mobile device marketplace. Android has become the dominant operating system for tablets and smartphones, not to mention myriad other gadgets such as digital picture frames, streaming TV servers, and so forth. In this course, you will learn how to develop and publish an Android app, focusing on developing business apps for tablets and smartphones that are compatible with a wide variety of Android versions and device layouts.

Course Objectives:

In this course, you will develop, test, and publish native mobile applications for the Android operating system.

You will:

  • Set up an Android development environment and start developing an Android app.
  • Develop an app that works well within the Android app framework and meets user expectations.
  • Create an app with multiple user interface screens and features to move among them.
  • Retrieve and display web data.
  • Store and retrieve user preferences.
  • Store and retrieve files and settings by using local storage and web services.
  • Use debugging tools to trace and watch variables, and step through statements.
  • Use Fragments to support flexible layouts.
  • Use Resources to support internationalization and quick update of contents and styles.
  • Add graphics, animation, audio, video, and media capture capabilities to your app.
  • Used advanced Android features to use and provide services.
  • Prepare an app for release, auditing its security and digitally signing it.

 

Target Student:

This course is intended for a programmer or web developer who is new to mobile app development in Android. The student has experience developing web or desktop applications using object-oriented programming languages and tools, but may not have experience developing mobile applications.

Prerequisites:

To ensure your success, you should have experience developing applications using an object-oriented programming language such as Java, C++, C#, Visual Basic, and so forth. This course focuses on Android development rather than the Java programming language, so experience or prior coursework in Java is highly recommended.

Android Devices

This course has been designed around the use of emulated (rather than real) Android devices, focusing on an emulated Android Level 10 smartphone and an Android Level 17 tablet (both with Google APIs installed). You may also use your own Android phone and/or tablet for the course.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Android App Development

Topic A: Overview of the Android Operating System

Topic B: Set Up the Android Programming Environment

Topic C: Develop an Android App

Lesson 2: Working with the Android App Framework

Topic A: Work within the Android Project Structure

Topic B: The Android App Life Cycle

Topic C: Design to Requirements and Expectations

Lesson 3: Creating an App with Multiple Activities

Topic A: Add Activities to an App

Topic B: Provide Navigation to Other Activities

Topic C: Add Menus and Action Bars to an App

Lesson 4: Working with Web Data

Topic A: Populate a View with Web Data

Topic B: Populate a WebView

Lesson 5: Working with User Preferences

Topic A: Implement a User Interface for Preferences

Topic B: Read User Preferences

Lesson 6: Working with Data and Storage

Topic A: Write File Data

Topic B: Read File Data

Lesson 7: Debugging and Analyzing Android Apps

Topic A: Debug an Android App

Topic B: Use Additional Android Debugging and Analysis Tools

Lesson 8: Providing Flexible Layouts

Topic A: Use Fragments to Support Flexible Layouts

Topic B: Provide Backward Support for Fragments

Topic C: Provide Support for Alternate Layouts and Orientations

Lesson 9: Using Resources

Topic A: Load App Data from Resources

Topic B: Support Alternate Languages through Resources

Topic C: Apply Themes and Styles

Lesson 10: Working with Multimedia

Topic A: Load Graphic Images

Topic B: Draw Graphics through Code

Topic C: Add Animation Effects

Topic D: Capture Multimedia

Lesson 11: Integrating with the App Ecosystem

Topic A: Access Sensors and Location Services

Topic B: Develop a Widget

Lesson 12: Finalizing an App

Topic A: Manage App Security

Topic B: Prepare an App for Release