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What is Android ?

Android is a Operating System for Mobiles currently developed by Google, based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily. Andorid is an operating system for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Android's user interface is based on direct manipulation, using touch gestures that loosely correspond to real-world actions, such as swiping, tapping and pinching, to manipulate on-screen objects, along with a virtual keyboard for text input. In addition to touchscreen devices, Google has further developed Android TV for televisions, Android Auto for cars, and Android Wear for wrist watches, each with a specialized user interface. Variants of Android are also used on notebooks, game consoles, digital cameras, and other electronics. As of 2015, Android has the largest installed base of all operating systems. It is the second most commonly used mobile operating system in the United States, while iOS is the first.

The market for smart phones and tablets is rapidly growing. Hence there is a huge demand for newer applications on these platforms. The mobile application developer is in hot demand.

Android is a Linux-based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones, tablet computers and mobiles.
The Android platform today has built outstanding careers in technology innovation and application development. This platform virtually creates superstar developers who can think differently and who can build smallapplicationsquickly. Since its open source, the scope to learn and work is infinite.

  • Android is a robot with a human appearance.
  • Recent update of Android Technology.
  • Android Is Everywhere !!!

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Prerequisites:

Java Fundamentals for Android Development

Android Course Content

1. Introduction to Android
  • Overview of Android and Android SDK
  • History of Android
  • Android Features
  • Development
2. Android Architecture Overview
  • Android OS Architecture
  • Linux Kernel
  • Libraries
  • Android Runtime
  • Application Framework
  • Setting Up Android Development Environment
  • System requirements
  • Eclipse and SDK installation, AVD creation
3. Android Application Fundamentals
  • Android Application building blocks
  • Creating first Android Application
  • Android Application Structure
  • Life-Cycle of Application
  • Manifest File
  • Development tools
4. Resources
  • Android Resources
  • String resources o Layout resources o Color resources
  • Dimension resources
  • Image Resources
  • Color Drawable resources
  • Allocating Id to a Resource
  • Defining Your Own Resource IDs for Later Use
  • Resource directory structure
  • Working with XML and raw Resource files
5. User Interface Designing
  • UI Development in Android
  • Layouts
  • Linear Layout
  • Relative Layout
  • List View
  • Grid View
  • Button controls
  • The Button Control
  • The ImageButton Control
  • The ToggleButton Control
  • Input controls
  • The CheckBox Control
  • The RadioButton Control
  • Date and Time Controls
  • The DatePicker and TimePicker Controls
  • Text Controls
  • TextView
  • EditText
  • AutoCompleteTextView
  • MultiAutoCompleteTextView
6. Input Events and Adapter
  • Input Events
  • Notifying User
  • Styles and Themes
  • Using Styles
  • Using Themes
  • Understanding Adapters
  • SimpleCursorAdapter
  • ArrayAdapter
  • Using Adapters with AdapterViews
  • The Spinner Control
  • The Basic List Control: ListView
  • The GridView Control
  • The Gallery Control
  • Creating Custom Adapters
7. Intents and Activity Communication
  • Basics of Android Intents
  • Available Intents in Android
  • Intents and Data URIs
  • Understanding Intent Categories
  • Rules for Resolving Intents to Their Components
  • Action
  • Data
  • Data Type
  • Data Scheme
  • Data Authority
  • Data Path
  • Intent Categories
  • Introducing Pending Intents
8. Working with Menus
  • Understanding Android Menus
  • Creating a Menu
  • Working with Menu Groups
  • Responding to Menu Items
  • Responding to Menu Items through onOptionsItemSelected
  • Responding to Menu Items Through Listeners
  • Working with Other Menu Types
  • Expanded Menus
  • Working with Icon Menus
  • Working with Submenus
  • Working with Context Menus
  • Working with Alternative Menus
  • Dynamic Menus
  • Loading Menus Through XML Files
  • Loading Menus Through XML Files
  • Structure of an XML Menu Resource File
  • Introduction to Additional XML Menu Tags
  • Group Category Tag
  • Checkable Behavior Tags
  • Tags to Simulate a Submenu
  • Menu Icon Tag
  • Menu Enabling/Disabling Tag
  • Menu Item Shortcuts
  • Menu Visibility
9. Understanding Fragments
  • Screen Size and Density
  • What Is a Fragment?
  • When to Use Fragments
  • Fragment Structure
  • Lifecycle of a Fragment
  • The onInflate() Callback o The onAttach() Callback o The onCreate() Callback
  • The onCreateView() Callback
  • The onActivityCreated() Callback
  • The onStart() Callback
  • The onResume() Callback
  • The onPause() Callback
  • The onSaveInstanceState() Callback
  • The onStop() Callback
  • The onDestroyView() Callback
  • The onDestroy() Callback
  • The onDetach() Callback
  • Using setRetainInstance()
  • Sample Fragment App Showing the Lifecycle
  • Fragment Transactions
  • The FragmentManager
  • Communications with Fragments
  • Using startActivity() and setTargetFragment()
10. Working with Dialogs
  • Using Dialogs in Android
  • Understanding Dialog Fragments
  • DialogFragment Basics
  • Constructing a Dialog Fragment
  • Overriding onCreateView
  • Overriding onCreateDialog
  • Displaying a Dialog Fragment
  • Dismissing a Dialog Fragment
  • Working with Toast
11. Exploring ActionBar
  • Anatomy of an ActionBar
  • Tabbed Navigation Action Bar Activity
  • Implementing Base Activity Classes
  • Assigning Uniform Behavior for the Action Bar
  • Implementing the Tabbed Listener
  • Implementing the Tabbed Action Bar Activity
  • Obtaining an Action Bar Instance
  • Action Bar Navigation Modes
  • Scrollable Debug Text View Layout
  • Options menu Vs. Action bar
  • Action Bar and Menu Interaction
  • Contextual ActionBar
  • ActionViews
  • Custom ActionView
12. Understanding preferences
  • Exploring the Preferences Framework
  • Understanding ListPreference
  • Understanding CheckBoxPreference
  • Understanding EditTextPreference
  • Understanding RingtonePreference and MultiSelectListPreference
  • Organizing Preferences
  • Using PreferenceCategory
  • Shared Preferences
13. Data Storage
  • Storage Options in Android
  • The Internal Storage
  • Saving cache files
  • The External Storage
  • Accessing the external storage
  • To check the media availability
  • Hiding your files from the Media Scanner
  • Saving files that can be shared with other apps
  • Saving app-private files
  • Saving cache files
  • SQLite Databases
  • Content Providers
  • Exploring Android’s Built-in Providers
  • Quick SQLite Primer
  • Architecture of Content Providers
  • Structure of Android Content URIs
  • Structure of Android MIME Types
  • Adding a File to a Content Provider
  • Updates and Deletes
  • Implementing Content Providers
  • Planning a Database
  • Extending ContentProvider
  • Implementing the methods
  • Registering the Provider
14. Threads, Handlers and Asynchronous Processing
  • Android Components and Threading
  • Activities Run on the Main Thread
  • Broadcast Receivers Run on the Main Thread
  • Services Run on the Main Thread
  • Content Provider Runs on the Main Thread
  • Thread Utilities
  • Handlers
  • Implications of Holding the Main Thread
  • Using a Handler to Defer Work on the Main Thread
  • Sample Handler Source Code That Defers Work
  • Constructing a Suitable Message Object
  • Sending Message Objects to the Queue
  • Responding to the handleMessage Callback
  • Exploring AsyncTask
  • Subclassing an Async Task
  • Implementing Your First Async Task
  • Calling an Async Task
15. Broadcast Receivers and Notification Manager
  • Broadcast Receivers
  • Sending a Broadcast
  • Coding a Simple Receiver: Sample Code
  • Registering a Receiver in the Manifest File
  • Using Notifications from a Receiver
  • Monitoring Notifications through the Notification Manager
  • Sending a Notification
16. Working with Media APIs
  • Using the Media APIs
  • Using SD Cards
  • Playing Media
  • Playing Audio Content
  • Playing Video Content
  • Recording Media
  • Exploring Audio Recording with MediaRecorder
  • Recording Audio with AudioRecord
  • Exploring Video Recording
17. Home Screen Widgets
  • Architecture of Home Screen Widgets
  • What Are Home Screen Widgets?
  • User Experience with Home Screen Widgets
  • Creating a Widget Instance on the Home Screen
  • Understanding Widget Configurator
  • Life Cycle of a Widget
  • Widget Definition Phase
  • Widget Instance Creation Phase
  • onUpdate Phase
  • Widget View Mouse Click Event Callbacks
  • Deleting a Widget Instance
  • Uninstalling Widget Packages
  • Defining the Widget Provider
  • Defining Widget Size
  • Widget Preview Tool
  • Widget Limitations and Extensions
18. Using Telephone APIs
  • Sending SMS Messages
  • Monitoring Incoming SMS Messages
  • Working with SMS Folders
  • Sending E-mail
  • Working with the Telephony Manager
19. Understanding Security and Permissions
  • Understanding the Android Security Model
  • Overview of Security Concepts
  • Signing Applications for Deployment
  • Declaring and Using Permissions
  • Understanding and Using Custom Permissions
  • Understanding and Using URI Permissions
  • Passing URI Permissions in Intents
  • Specifying URI Permissions in Content Providers
  • 20. Network Communication and Services
    • Understanding Mobile Networking Fundamentals
    • Understanding Strict Mode with Networking
    • Accessing the Internet (HTTP)
    • Reading Data from the Web
    • Using HttpURLConnection
    • Parsing XML from the Network
    • Parsing JSON from the Network
    • Retrieving Android Network Status
    21. Application Deployment
    • Publishing Options
    • Preparing AndroidManifest.xml for Uploading
    • Deploying app on Google Play Store
    • Becoming a Publisher
    • Developer Console
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