4.30 (707 reviews)
☑ Android installation and setup for Android development
☑ Concept of Layout and Views in Android development
☑ Different ways to store your data on an Android device
☑ Lists and Fragments in Android development
☑ Trigger an Android notification
☑ Build from scratch your very own Bluetooth Chat App to send and receive messages for Android
Welcome to our course "A beginners guide to Android App Development (step by step)".
A Beginner's Guide to Android App Development
Looking to launch your own app on Google Play Store but don't know where to begin?
Then here's your chance to learn the basics and build your skills in Android development. Before you read further, it is an essential prerequisite for a student to have a good understanding of Java (OOPs and Threads, in particular)
The Android development course is a collection of Android Application Development tutorial videos. You will first get started with the software installation, cover basics like Layouts and Views, and gradually move on to more advanced topics. And then finally, you get to build your very own Bluetooth Chat Application right from scratch.
Take your first step and we will guide you into this amazing, ever-evolving world of Android.
More lectures will be uploaded soon.
Android development - Career
You can make a very competitive income, and build a very satisfying career as an Android developer. Android is still the most used mobile operating system in the world, and the demand for skilled Android developers remains very high.
It is worth learning Android development in 2020?
By learning Android development, you open yourself up to many career opportunities such as freelancing, becoming an indie developer, or working for high profile companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook. The demand for native Android developers is still very high, and learning Android development has never been easier thanks to increases in online learning materials.
Who's teaching you in this course?
I want everyone to enjoy the learning process and I have shared my knowledge that will be helpful for Android developers.
Enroll now!! see you in class.
Android - Introduction
Android - Installation and Setup
Working with Display
Android - Activity and Layouts
Android - Explicit Intents
Android - Implicit Intents
Android - Storage Options Part 1: Shared Preferences
Android - Storage Options Part 2: SQLite with Room Persistence Library
Working with Lists
Android - Array Adapters
Should have explained the Java code part more elaboratively.. everything about prebuilt functions and methods
The course is not so beginner-friendly. Quite a lot of concepts were taught like a script-kiddie system. I didn't understand the real meaning of why and how some commands are used, but they're just used to perform a specific task. Also, object oriented concepts are used which were not clearly explained. The course is also a little bit old, the Android Studio has changed it's UI a bit and some of the methods have become outdated. I recommend searching about the commands or concepts on Google while he is teaching to get some clarity on what those really are. On the other hand, some concepts were explained greatly and I learnt lot of new things in this course. It's a 4 hour course, and still a good start to the Android App Development Journey.
Really great teacher!! being a web developer as soon as I saw the android studio and other tutorials online and I felt really overwhelmed, but thanks to you sir I got the confidence that I can code and I am excited to implement my idea in the android mobile application
i would have given 0.5 , knowledge is strength, but you will have to express it properly with a clear voice , unlike here where the voice is echoed and heavy sounding
I am beginner please think in beginners point of view need slow and clear explanation to understand more, ad its better to explain basics about all the things
The instructor doesn't explain anything at all. He simply writes the code. I know its a free course but there should be at least some effort to explain it. Sometimes, after writing a variable or function name, it gets changed after sometime!. He writes the variable or function name and changes the name after some time so the students get confused. For example: he created 3 layout file: "activity_device_list.xml","activity_main.xml","device_list_item.xml". But at the last video he used layout file name called "message_layout". I don't know why did he rename the file without showing us. This creates unnecessary confusion. At the end of every video he tells us that if we have any doubt then we can ask a question. But from starting of the course till the end he hasn't replied to any question I asked. Please don't make courses like this!
well .... its beyond my expectations . Actually by this much course I really felling that I am getting very fine stuff
for a newcomer, who is not aware about anything in this field, it is very hard. The instructor does tell why he is doing things or explain them in detail as if we know everything
This course teaches stuff (bluetooth and notifications) that are missing from other top rated courses, and stuff that I found useful in the development of my applications. Thank you!
Even though the course is for beginners... There was no proper Intro like...What is a string? What is Linear? What is relative? Etc
Vor der letzten Programmieraufgabe: Es war gut, aber die Akustik teilweise nicht so gut und zum Live mitprogrammieren teilweise zu schnell (bei anderen Dingen ist er dagegen sehr langsam) Nach der letzten Programmieraufgabe: Hier wurde es leider sehr katastrophal. Einfach viel zu schnell, selbst bei 0.75er Geschwindigkeit sieht man kaum bestimmte Fenster oder Veränderungen. Langsamer wäre besser, dann würde er auch nicht so viele Flüchtigkeitsfehler machen. Dazu wurde der Code zwischen den Videos verändert, sodass der Live mitprogrammierte Stand nicht dem finalen Stand entspricht. Viel zu wenig Erklärungen.
Sofar, the course is good, follows the priciple of strong foundation = better building. Teaches the basic, throughly. A must for android beginners with Java experience.
I achieved more in this course than I was able to from old documentation, especially with the new android version (Android Q)
you need to upload your own text for video content. the automatic process do not charge the correct words, and sometimes your accent is very strong. good content
I realy enjoy the introduction, and I am high impress to see what I taught was too difficult being explained easily