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    Unless you've been sleeping for the last couple of years, you know that Mobile is H-O-T! And the most popular mobile platform in the world? That's Android. Do you have a great idea for an App that you'd love to get on the market? Does your company need an app to grow it's online audience? Perhaps you've always wanted to learn Android Development for fun?

    Whatever your reason-- Android Development for Beginners is for you! This course covers the skills needed to produce competent, quality, error-free Android appications. More importantly, this course builds the foundation you need to learn more advanced skills and create professional, quality applications as you learn more.

    While this is a course for beginners, to be successful you need to know the basics of Java. The course will review the more complex Java used in the Android ecosystem, but you should understand Java Basics-- Variables, Loops, Functions, Conditionals should be enough.

    We recommend you view the lessons and then code along with the instructor. Lab exercises included.

    Here's what you'll learn:
    Chapter One: Java Review
    1.1 Creating Basic Java Applications
    1.2 Creating Applications in Packages
    1.3 Java Variables
    1.4 Java Conditionals and Loops
    1.5 Java Arrays
    1.6 Java Array Lists

    Chapter Two: Java Object Oriented Concepts Review
    2.1 Creating a Java Class
    2.2 Improving the Java Class
    2.3 Using Inheritance
    2.4 Understanding Interfaces
    2.5 The Static Context

    Chapter Three: Creating Your First Android Applications
    3.1 The Hello World Application
    3.2 Working with the Emulator
    3.3 Strings
    3.4 Drawables
    3.5 Introducing the Manifest
    3.6 Understanding the Activity Lifecycle

    Chapter Four: Creating Listeners
    4.1 Listeners Using an inner class
    4.2 Listeners Using an interface
    4.3 Listeners By Variable Name
    4.4 Long Clicks
    4.5 Keyboard Listeners

    Chapter Five: Understanding Android View Containers
    5.1 Linear Layout
    5.2 Relative Layout
    5.3 Table Layout
    5.4 List View

    Chapter Six: Android Widgets Part I
    6.1 Custom Buttons
    6.2 Toggle Buttons
    6.3 Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
    6.4 Spinners

    Chapter Seven: Android Widgets Part II
    7.1 Autocomplete Text Box
    7.2 Map View
    7.3 Web Views
    7.4 Time and Date Pickers

    Chapter Eight: Communicating Between Activities
    8.1 Switching Activities
    8.2 Putting Extra
    8.3 Using Shared Preferences

    Chapter Nine: Storing Information on the Device
    9.1 Internal Storage
    9.2 External Storage
    9.3 Web Communication and Storage

    Chapter Ten: Audio and Video
    10.1 Playing Audio with the MediaPlayer
    10.2 Playing Video with the MediaPlayer

    Tags: media player internal storage , beginner creating classes , s for beginers

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