Android 1: Introduction to Mobile Application Development
In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of writing an Android application. Mobile devices have become a prominent part of our daily lives, and we have come to rely on them for on-the-go information. Since its inception in 2005, Android has grown to become an integral part of this revolution. Most Android applications are developed using a customized version of Java.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate understanding of basic view components and application classes.
- Program strings, drawables, and lists.
- Display dialogs, menus, styles, and themes.
- Save and manipulate data using Shared Preferences and SQLite databases.
- Thread processes.
- Create an application that implements multiple activities and can interact with a SQLite database.
From beginning to end, you will learn by doing Java-based projects and submitting them for instructor feedback. These projects, as well as the final project, will add to your portfolio and contribute to certificate completion. Besides a browser and Internet connection, all software is provided online by the O’Reilly School of Technology.
Prerequisites: Java 1: Introduction to Java and the Eclipse Development Environment, and Java 2: The Java Programming Language, or equivalent skills. This course is meant for the beginning or intermediate programmer.
Course Details and Syllabus
|Course:||Android 1: Introduction to Mobile Application Development|
|Time Frame:||This course is online and self-paced. You can expect to work approximately 90 hours on this course.|
|Technical Requirements:||As long as you have a web browser and internet connection, you can take this course from anywhere in the world.|
|Software:||The Ellipse Learning Sandbox™ provided for you will contain all your lessons, projects, quizzes, account files, editors, and compiling tools necessary to build your skills from beginning to end, even beyond coursework. No other software is needed. Android software is widely used in most poker and casino websites to develop mobile poker apps or mobile casino apps as explained in this website.|
|Instructor:||You will have one instructor throughout the course who will evaluate your projects and quizzes, hand them back for improvement when necessary, and coach you throughout your skills advancement.|
|Book:||All required course materials and software are included online within the Learning Sandbox™. However, after a week of being enrolled, you’ll receive the ebook Learning Android as a reference resource from O’Reilly.
|Certificates:||Completion of this course counts toward the upcoming Android Development Certificate series.|
|Prerequisites:||Java 1: Introduction to Java and the Eclipse Development Environment, or equivalent experience. This course is meant for the beginning or intermediate programmer.|
|Topics:||Activities, views, navigation with data, drawables, lists, menus, saving data with an SQLite database, and threading, etc.|