Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming


  • Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Android App Development - Quick and Easy Programming, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

Once upon a time, iOS app developers were the ones in demand. Now the mobile world has busted wide open and Android is a fierce rival, not to mention a truly exciting area to dive into. App development is advancing at a rapid pace and there’s always something new and innovative being produced somewhere. With this course, you can jump right in and get involved yourself; who knows, maybe the next must have Android app will be one of your own creations!

Quick, Easy Programming with Android.

- Create, test and run Android apps
- Learn the ins and outs of Android Studio
- Gain a solid skill set applicable to all app development projects
- Get practical, hands on experience in building mobile apps

This course is SkillsFuture Credit Eligible.


Course Objectives

1. Be able to set up your environment and install the Java Development Kit
2. Know how to add SDK tools, packages and platforms.
3. Understand the structure of an Android application
4. Able to configure a new application project including how to build directories.


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Content

Introduction to the Course

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Promo

Brief Android Overview

Final Project Demo

Download Source Code

Course Introduction 

Setting Up Your Environment

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Section Introduction

Installing The Java Development Kit

Downloading And Installing Android Studio

Adding Sdk Tools, Packages And Platforms

Section Conclusion

Structure Of An Android Application

Preview Available

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Configuring New Projects P2: Targeted Device; Android SDK’s

Configuring New Projects P3: Starter Activities

Configuring New Projects P4: Activity Customization

Activities

Manifest File

Build.gradle File

Res directory: drawable folder

Res directory: layout folder

Res directory: menu folder

Res directory: values folder

Section Recap

Section Introduction

Configuring New Projects P1: Application Name, Package Name, Project Location

Running & Testing Android Applications

Preview Available

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Section Introduction

Setting Up (Physical) Android Phone

Setting Up Emulator

Running App Via Device or Emulator

Android Tool Window

Section Recap

Breaking Down Android Layouts

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Section Introduction

Views & View Groups

Introduction To Layouts Editor / Visual Designer

Breaking Down Android Layouts

Introduction To Widgets

Defining Layout Text With The String Resource File

Brief Overview Of Android Dimensions

Creating Additional Layouts With Android Studio

Section Recap

Breaking Down Android Activities

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Section Introduction

The Activity Lifecycle

Settings Layouts And Accessing UI elements From Activity

Creating Additional Activities With Android Studio

Creating Additional Activities Without Android Studio

Section Recap

Breaking Down Android Intents

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Section Introduction

Intent Overview

Starting New Activities With Intents

Sending Data To Other Activities

Receiving From Another Activity

Creating Implicit Intents

Section Recap

Setting Up Notebook Application

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Section Introduction

Creating Notebook Application

Breaking Down Newly Created Project Part 1 

Breaking Down Newly Created Project Part 2 

Implementing The Main Activity Listfragment

Breaking Down Fragments

Section Recap

Implementing Main Note List

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Section Introduction

Section Introduction Application Roadmap Part 1

Demonstrating Simple ArrayAdapter

Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 1 : Creating Row Layout

Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 2 : Creating Note Data Structure

Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 3 : Creating NoteAdapter

Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 4 : Finalizing And Filling Note List/ Not

Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 5 : Optimizing NoteAdapter

Section Recap

Implementing NoteViewFragment & NoteDetailActivity

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Section Introduction

Application Roadmap Part 2

Creating NoteDetailActivity

Starting NoteDetailActivity Via Intent

Adding NoteViewFragment Part 1 : Creating The Fragment

Adding NoteViewFragment Part 2 : Creating The Layout

Adding NoteViewFragment Part 3: Populating Layout With Received Note Data

Dynamically Loading NoteViewFragment

Section Recap

Implementing NoteEditFragment

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Section Introduction

Application Roadmap Part 3

Creating ListFragment Context Menu Part 1 : Adding Menu layout

Creating ListFragment Context Menu Part 2 : Implementing Menu Layout

Adding NoteEditFragment Part 1 : Creating The Fragment

Adding NoteEditFragment Part 2 : Creating The Layout

Adding NoteEditFragment Part 3 : Populating Layout With Received Note Data

Dynamically Adding And Starting Noteeditfragment Part 1

Dynamically Adding And Starting Noteeditfragment Part 2

Section Recap

Improving NoteEditFragment

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Section Introduction

Creating AlertDialog Box 

Implementing Category Button OnClickListener 

Creating AlertDialog Confirmation Box 

Implementing Save Button OnClickListener

Retaining Information On Orientation Change With OnSaveInstanceState

Section Recap

Creating New Notes

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Section Introduction

Application Roadmap Part 4

Adding New Note Item To Action Bar Part 1 : Updating Action Bar Layout

Adding New Note Item To Action Bar Part 2 : Receiving Action Bar Selection

Fixing New Note Bug Part 1: Sending Data To Fragments

Fixing New Note Bug Part 2: Retrieving Data In Fragments

Section Recap

Adding The Database

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Section Introduction

Creating And Defining Our Database

Getting Help From SQLiteOpenHelper

Reading Notes From Our Database Part 1: Implementing Database Methods

Reading Notes From Our Database Part 2: Using Database Methods

Creating New Notes In Our Database Part 1: Implementing Database Methods

Creating New Notes In Our Database Part 2: Using Database Methods

Updating Preexisting Notes

Deleting Notes

Section Recap

Adding Application Preferences / Settings

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Section Introduction

Application Roadmap Part 5

Creating Preference Fragment Layout

Creating Preference Fragment & Activity

Starting & Tweaking Preference Activity / Fragment

Retrieving Application Preferences

Section Recap

Course Conclusion

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Course Recap And Next Steps

Additional Resources

Closing Message

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