Class on Demand Android Development for Beginners (Streaming Video)

Class on Demand Android Development for Beginners (Streaming Video)

Class on Demand Android Development for Beginners (Streaming Video)

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Class on Demand Android Development for Beginners (Streaming Video)

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  • Learn How to Write Mobile Android Apps
  • Instructor: Mark Lassoff
  • Project Files for Following Along
  • Lessons Only Stream Online
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Learn how to create applications for the mobile Android platform using the streaming video, Android Development for Beginners from Class On Demand. Taught by Mark Lassoff, this course is designed for beginners and will teach you the core skills that you will need to create more advanced and professional applications, such as Emulators, Listeners, View Containers, Widgets, Information Storage, and A/V Playback.

Although a beginners' course, you will need to know beforehand the basics of Java, such as Variables, Loops, Functions, and Conditionals. The course will review the more complex Java functions used in the Android OS.

Upon purchasing this streaming video, Class On Demand will send you a product box with a card. The card lists a unique serial number, which is to be used only once, as well as redemption instructions for the video.

The project files associated with the instructor's lessons for the course are free and available as a download from Class On Demand's website. The project files allow the viewer to see exactly what the instructor is referring to throughout the streaming video.

Topics by Chapter
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 1
6.1 Custom Buttons
6.2 Toggle Buttons
6.3 Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
6.4 Spinners

Chapter Seven: Android Widgets Part 2
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
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Delivery Streaming Video
Run Time 7:29:17
System Requirements Internet Connection
Speakers
Microsoft Silverlight

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