Introduction to Android mobile app development Training in Manchester for Beginners | Android mobile app developer training | android programming training for beginners | android training bootcamp course

This course is meant for beginners who have no experience with Android or Java. You will learn the basics of Android programming from scratch. You will be able to start building Android apps by the end of the course.

Weekly Class Schedule
This class will be held on week days (Mondays and Wednesdays every week) from 6:30-8:30 pm US Pacific time (PST) each day beginning September 23 and ending on October 16, 2019. 
Please check your local date and time for first session

Total no. of training sessions - 8
2 sessions per week
4 weeks
2 hours per session

Course Overview
In this course you will learn basic Android development and programming concepts including Android mobile operating system and basic skills required to become a proficient mobile application developer by using Android development platform. You will also learn Android SDK, Android studion, app creation, main android components, android life cycle and debugging.

Who should attend
This class can be taken by professionals such as those who are interested in becoming android developers. It's helpful if you have at least some Java programming experience. Any inspiring mobile apps developer can also take this course. New application developers can also take this course.
However any one who has no programming background or mobile apps development background will also be able to get a lot of value out of this course. 

Course Outline
Unit 1: Get started
Lesson 1: Build your first app
1.1: Android Studio and Hello World1.2 Part A: Your first interactive UI1.2 Part B: The layout editor1.3: Text and scrolling views1.4: Learn to help yourself
Lesson 2: Activities and intents2.1: Activities and intents2.2: Activity lifecycle and state2.3: Implicit intents
Lesson 3: Testing, debugging, and using support libraries3.1: The debugger3.2: Unit tests3.3: Support libraries
Unit 2: User experience
Lesson 4: User interaction4.1: Clickable images4.2: Input controls4.3: Menus and pickers4.4: User navigation4.5: RecyclerView
Lesson 5: Delightful user experience5.1: Drawables, styles, and themes5.2: Cards and colors5.3: Adaptive layouts
Lesson 6:Testing your UI6.1: Espresso for UI testing
Unit 3: Working in the background
Lesson 7: Background tasks7.1: AsyncTask7.2: AsyncTask and AsyncTaskLoader7.3: Broadcast receivers
Lesson 8: Alarms and schedulers8.1: Notifications8.2: The alarm manager8.3: JobScheduler
Unit 4: Saving user data
Lesson 9: Preferences and settings9.1: Shared preferences9.2: App settings
Lesson 10: Storing data with Room10.1 Part A: Room, LiveData, and ViewModel10.1 Part B: Deleting data from a Room database

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