Android Application Training & Development Center in Jaipur
Android App Development
Android architecture that teaches how to build and deploy applications for Android phones and tablets using the Java programming language. Starting with the installation of the required developer tools, including Eclipse and the Android SDK, the course covers how to build the user interface, work with local data, integrate data from the accelerometer and other sensors, and deploy finished applications to the Android Market.
Overview of Android TrainingAndroid is multi platform java application development framework. It has become the emerging standard development environment for mobile technology who wants to write a single source tree, port it to multiple platform with a simple code with java, xml and make it database capable,globalise it give a native look and feel and run it at super speed . After completion this course you will have a knowledge regarding android programming.
This course is a comprehensive look at the Android architecture that teaches how to build and deploy applications for Android phones and tablets using the Java programming language. Starting with the installation of the required developer tools, including Eclipse and the Android SDK, the course covers how to build the user interface, work with local data, integrate data from the accelerometer and other sensors, and deploy finished applications to the Android Market.Topics include:
- Understanding project creation and structure
- Using explicit and implicit intents
- Setting up security and permissions
- Building text, button, and list controls
- Applying styles and themes to the interface
- Providing alternate layouts for different screen sizes
- Creating menus and dialogs
- Working with audio and video
- Adding animation
- Displaying notifications
- Using input from sensors
- Creating a home screen widget
- Getting Started Installing the SDK tools on a Windows machine
- Android App Fundamentals Overview of Android development
- The User Interface and Controls Understanding units and layout
- Graphics and Styling Creating and using styles
- Supporting Multiple Screens Understanding screen size and density
- Animation and Graphics Setting up frame-by-frame animation
- Menus and Dialogs Setting up options menus
- Notifications and Toast Displaying status bar notifications
- Working with Media Setting up audio playback
- Preferences and Data Storage Using shared preferences
- Locations and Maps Incorporating Google Maps
- Creating a Home Screen Widget Creating a simple home-screen widget
- Publishing Your App Preparing for publishing
Installing platforms and samples
Creating an Android Virtual Device (emulator)
Installing Eclipse on a Windows machine
Installing the Android Development Tools
Preparing an Android device for development
Understanding project creation and structure
Working with the AndroidManifest.xml file
Creating and managing activities
Using explicit intents
Using implicit intents
Creating and using resources
Understanding security and permissions
Debugging an app
Using layout managers
Working with text controls
Building button controls
Building list controls
Building custom list layouts
Other interesting controls
Creating and using themes
Creating NinePatch drawables
Providing alternate layouts
Showing tween animation
Working in 2D graphics
Building context menus
Building alert dialogs
Setting up progress dialogs
Creating custom dialogs
Displaying toast notifications
Establishing video playback
Accessing the camera and camera roll
Creating a preferences activity
Using the SQLite database
Setting up network access
Using GPS to find the current location
Creating a widget configuration activity
Signing and building
Preparing the graphics
Publishing to the Android Market
This certification is designed for:
- Programmers developing applications for Mobile Phone, embedded devices and or targeting multiple platforms Windows, Unix and Mac will greatly benefit from this training.
Here are the top five benefits of Android from a business perspective (primarily for prospective application developers).
- #1 Low Barrier to Entry Android has a low barrier to entry. There are no costly licensing fees or development tools. In fact, it is possible to develop applications without spending a dime. The primary costs fall into three categories: development and testing expertise, royalty fees (if you decide to distribute using third party app stores), and test devices.
- #2 An Ideal Platform for Companies New To Mobile Android applications are written in Java, with a rich set of libraries. Anyone with a working knowledge of Java can get Android applications up and running with relative ease. Java programmers are plentiful in the marketplace (especially in this economy) and the Android platform documentation is very good. There’s never been a better time to attempt the jump into mobile development. Android makes this easy.
- #3 A Variety of Distribution Mechanisms Unlike other mobile platforms, Android applications can be distributed in a variety of ways. You can use any number of third-party application stores (most notably Google’s Android Market) but you can also create your own distribution channels: for vertical market application purposes, to develop new application stores, and even put it behind corporate walls. If you build it, you can publish it. No more worries that you might build an application and not be able to reach end-users. Sure, third-party application stores can impose their own rules on what they will publish, but because there is not a single, controlled marketplace, you’ve got a number of options.
- #4 Open and Free Platform License free, royalty free, and open source. That’s Android. No costly licensing fees. Also, since the underlying architecture of the Android SDK is open-source, you can watch upcoming releases and provide feedback to the Android development team. This makes the Android platform very compelling for handset manufacturers and wireless operators… which translates to better opportunities for developers to monetize. Have a vertical market app (or device) that needs extreme customization and tight integration? Android is a choice for these same reasons – the entire platform is available for customization.
- #5 Best Mobile Platform for Inter-Application Integration The Android platform has is the best mobile platform for inter-application and inter-process architectures. Do you have a suite of applications in mind? Want to integrate them or cross promote them? Android blows the competitive platforms away in this area. Most other platforms allow background processes (at best) but the Android platform is set up to allow for trust relationships between applications for a more tightly knit experience for users.
Basic Knowledge of the java programming language and some XML
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