Udemy : Master Android N App Development With Java

Write real apps for Android 7 Nougat, that also work on older Android devices. Become an app developer.

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What will you learn ?

  • Understand how Android works from a software developer perspective.
  • Be able to develop apps for Android phones and tablets
  • Work more efficiently with Android development by learning the best tools and practices.
  • Earn more with your newly aquired Android development skills.
  • Understand what makes Android apps “tick”
  • Submit apps to Google Play and generate revenue with Google Ads.
  • Program in Java

Hello guys, we have come with another popular course in android development. The name of the course is “Master Android N App Development With Java” and its created by a Java, Android & Python Professional Developer & Teacher Tim Buchalka. In this course, you will discover the power of Android app development, and obtain skills to dramatically increase your career prospects as a software developer. You’ve heard how Android app developers are in high demand, but perhaps you haven’t gotten started with app development yet ? Then this is the course for you!

Requirements

  • You will need a computer running Microsoft Windows, or Linux, or a Mac running OS X.
  • All required software is free and detailed videos in the course explain how to download and install.
  • No previous programming experience is required! I will teach you what you need to know.

You will learn how to:

  • Develop apps for the very latest version of Android 7 Nougat that also work on older Android devices running older versions of the Android operating system
  • Download, install and configure the necessary (free) software
  • Create your first app
  • Build a range of apps demonstrating key aspects of the Android framework
  • Test your apps on emulators or a real Android phone or tablet
  • Learn Java programming using the included Java tutorial videos
  • Ensure your apps work with current and older Android versions on phones and tablets
  • Use Android studio 2.2, the newest version of Googles premier Android tool
  • Learn how to use databases, web services, and even get your apps to speak!
  • Understand the all new Constraint layout, for “drag and drop” screen creation
  • Use powerful libraries of code to play videos, download website data, manipulate images, and a whole lot more!
  • Become skilled faster with the courses combination of video, slides and diagrams, all designed to teach you everything you need to know.
  • Expand your knowledge with the challenges in the course that are designed to really help you become a better programmer (we show and explain the solutions as well).
  • Get a head start on other developers still using obsolete tools and versions of Android
  • Learn not only how to program, but learn the “why” as well.  Why things are doing in a certain way, etc.

The bottom line, you will get a fantastic education in the world of Android app development, and the latest version of Android 7 Nougat – from two course instructors with a combined sixty years software development and teaching experience.

Curriculum For This Course

 

  1. Welcome (02:08)
  2. Interface Overview (05:52)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:01)
  2. Install JDK for Windows (06:00)
  3. Install Android Studio for Windows (07:18)
  4. Install JDK for Mac (03:05)
  5. Install Android Studio for Mac (07:56)
  6. Install JDK for Linux (04:40)
  7. Install Android Studio on Linux (14:11)
  8. Configure Android Studio on all Three Platforms (18:32)
  9. Enable VT-X (14:34)
  1. Introduction to this section (00:44)
  2. Android Studio Templates (15:43)
  3. Our First Application (12:07)
  4. Our First Application Continued (11:39)
  5. Android Studio Tour (14:14)
  6. Setup of an Android Virtual Device (12:12)
  7. Run “Hello World” on an Android Virtual Device (10:33)
  8. Run “Hello World” on a real Android device (10:35)
  1. Introduction to this section (02:02)
  2. Playing with the Designer (15:56)
  3. Scaling and Resizing Images in the Designer (11:23)
  4. Constraints (12:14)
  5. Fixed any size Wrap Content (09:46)
  6. Supporting Different Densities (12:09)
  7. Autoconnect (13:26)
  8. Baseline Constraint (14:58)
  9. Adding Scrolling Capability (11:06)
  10. Infer Constraints (11:23)
  11. Build Layout Challenge (17:11)
  12. IDs and XML code (07:09)
  13. Activites, Bundles and Classes (14:00)
  14. Java Fields and Classes (13:07)
  15. Asking good questions (04:47)
  16. Button Click and onClickListener (11:28)
  17. Fixing Some Issues (13:53)
  18. Get Text and Null Checking (13:03)
  19. ID Confusion and Challenge Time (09:12)
  20. Save Instance State (08:04)
  21. Activity Lifecycle (05:50)
  22. Overriding Methods (11:38)
  23. Logging and Bundle Data (14:58)
  24. Wrap Up (06:57)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:23)
  2. Hello World (16:28)
  3. Strings and Ints (14:55)
  4. Arithmetic and String Concatenation (14:57)
  5. Classes (16:50)
  6. Encapsulation (16:08)
  7. Multiple Constructors (15:11)
  8. this and Calling Methods (15:27)
  9. Object and Method Chaining (17:46)
  10. Enum and ArrayList (18:22)
  11. Testing Our Classes (14:07)
  12. Inheritance (14:43)
  13. Extending From a Class (08:53)
  14. Overloading and Overriding Annotation (14:22)
  15. Inheritance Challenge (07:11)
  16. Repeating Code While (14:21)
  17. for and for each Loops (14:19)
  18. do while Loop (05:38)
  19. Comparing Numbers and Objects (14:47)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:15)
  2. Details and Setup (07:51)
  3. Calculator Layout (13:54)
  4. Layout Continued (13:02)
  5. Finishing the Layout (10:14)
  6. Input Type and Focus Changes (11:06)
  7. Add Landscape Layout (12:23)
  8. Comparing Code and Layouts (12:08)
  9. Comparing Directories (13:32)
  10. Flowchart and onClickListeners (13:58)
  11. Operation Button Listeners (07:56)
  12. Implement Operations (11:58)
  13. Decimal Point Bug Fix (12:30)
  14. Bug Fix Challenge (10:16)
  15. Fixing the Landscape Layout (12:27)
  16. Finish and Test Layout (07:21)
  17. Mini Challenge Solution and New Challenge (05:40)
  18. Add Neg Button (07:11)
  19. Write Neg Button Functionality (09:05)
  20. Portrait Layout (10:51)
  21. Finish Off Layout and Test (11:14)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:29)
  2. Details and Setup (15:06)
  3. Async Task (13:03)
  4. Exectute Our Async Task (05:51)
  5. doInBackground and downloadXML (12:22)
  6. Exceptions and Buffered Reader (11:55)
  7. Security Exception (10:00)
  8. Stack Trace and the logcat (08:05)
  9. Android App Permissions (12:56)
  10. Processing XML Data (11:34)
  11. XML Parsing Factory Classes (09:26)
  12. Main XML Parsing Loop (12:37)
  13. Testing the Program (12:41)
  14. ListView and ArrayAdapters (13:25)
  15. Array Adapter (08:27)
  16. Adapter Layout (10:08)
  17. Context and Layout Inflater (11:17)
  18. Custom Adapter Implementation (12:33)
  19. Improving the Adapter (17:30)
  20. Adding Menus (11:32)
  21. Get Menus for Multiple Feeds Working (07:08)
  22. Menu Item Groups (09:33)
  23. Implement Top 10 and Top 25 (12:45)
  24. Challenge Solution (17:07)
  25. Generics Adapter (03:58)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:44)
  2. Details and Setup (06:09)
  3. YouTube API Setup (10:50)
  4. Add Second Activity (10:55)
  5. Adding Layouts Dynamically (14:58)
  6. Get Google API Key (15:33)
  7. onInitialization Failure (12:14)
  8. onInitialization Success (06:28)
  9. Test App and Add Listeners (09:38)
  10. Documentation and more testing (06:52)
  11. Demo App and Create Layouts (12:03)
  12. Standalone Activity (12:27)
  13. Intents and Manifest File Changes (13:07)
  14. Run and Test App (07:52)
  15. Challenge Solution (06:56)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:25)
  2. Details and Setup (12:46)
  3. Flickr API Usage (12:47)
  4. API JSON and Validation (07:40)
  5. Create Project (16:46)
  6. Async Task (14:52)
  7. Finish Download Code (15:02)
  8. Download JSON Data (18:39)
  9. Project Diagram and Photo Class Code (13:07)
  10. Get Flickr JSON Data Class Code (12:19)
  11. Create URI and JSON Parsing (15:31)
  12. Implement Call Backs (13:12)
  13. Make Get JSON Asyncronous (16:00)
  14. Finish Off Code (11:28)
  15. User Interface (12:16)
  16. Recycler View (19:16)
  17. Search and Photo Detail Activities (12:11)
  18. Nesting Linear Layouts (11:04)
  19. RecyclerView Adapter (16:24)
  20. Implement Methods and Picasso (15:41)
  21. Get Picasso Working (11:09)
  22. Gesture Detector (13:26)
  23. Touch Events (11:16)
  24. Implementing Touch Methods (10:40)
  25. BaseActivity and Serializable (15:43)
  26. PhotoDetailActivity (15:26)
  27. Material Design (15:58)
  28. Material Design Continued (09:42)
  29. Backwards Compatibility (09:52)
  30. Style Sheets (13:08)
  31. Custom Style Sheet (13:33)
  32. Experimenting with Styles (09:33)
  33. Other Material Design Changes (12:57)
  34. Differences in API Levels and Challenge (14:14)
  35. String Resources (16:32)
  36. Search Menu Code (13:08)
  37. SearchView (14:53)
  38. SearchManager (14:43)
  39. Implement Searching (11:52)
  40. Shared Preferences (09:21)
  41. Show Empty Search Message and Summary (08:17)
  1. Introduction to this section (01:53)
  2. Introduction to Databases (05:03)
  3. Database Terminology (10:38)
  4. Command Line and Path Setup for Windows (09:38)
  5. Command Line and Path Setup for Mac (08:03)
  6. Command Line and Path Setup for Ubuntu Linux (06:14)
  7. Introduction to Sqlite (11:12)
  8. More SQL with Sqlite (10:42)
  9. Sqlite Querying Data (16:03)
  10. Order By and Joins (13:15)
  11. More Complex Joins (11:48)
  12. Wild Cards and Views (15:13)
  13. Housekeeping and Challenge (14:20)
  14. Basic SQL in Android (16:39)
  15. Debugging SQL in Code (10:55)
  16. Cursor and Navigation (06:27)
  17. Android File System (16:51)
  18. Content Providers (02:52)
  19. Setup Contacts (11:56)
  20. Content Provider Example (12:14)
  21. ContactsContract.Contacts (10:57)
  22. ContentResolver (08:38)
  23. Permissions API 22 and Earlier (10:25)
  24. Permissions API 23 and Higher (12:35)
  25. Checking Permissions at Runtime (12:52)
  26. Testing the app (12:29)
  27. Avoiding Crashes and a Challenge (08:02)
  28. More on Snackbars (11:25)
  29. Intents setData and Uri’s (16:32)
  30. Storing State vs Checking State Each Time (10:06)
  31. Test Scripts, Challenge and Cleanup (09:27)
  32. Tasktimer App Overview (16:09)
  33. TaskTimer Database (11:37)
  34. TasksContract class setup (05:25)
  35. AppDatabase and SQLiteHelper (15:32)
  36. onUpgrade and testing (12:57)
  37. Create a new Content Provider (18:00)
  38. UriMatcher and the query method (19:57)
  39. More on Content Providers (13:33)
  40. Testing our Content Provider (14:25)
  41. Mime types and inserting records (14:43)
  42. Add Update and Delete functionality to our Content Provider (10:23)
  43. Content Values and SQL Injection attack prevention (23:19)
  44. Add Main Menu (15:31)
  45. How to update to a new SDK and Build Tools (05:51)
  46. Add RecyclerView and LinearLayout (18:37)
  47. Add Widgets and Constraints (13:38)
  48. Add the “add_edit” Layout (09:44)
  49. Set Widget Properties (07:15)
  50. Task and Fragment Setup (11:20)
  51. Reviewing Fragment Setup Files (13:24)
  52. Setup for “Add Task” (14:03)
  53. Add/Edit Functionality (11:17)
  54. Add our OnClick Listener (15:54)
  55. Cursor Loader (15:07)
  56. Test CursorLoader (11:30)
  57. RecyclerView Cursor Adapter (16:45)
  58. Finish Adapter and Test (17:54)
  59. Content Provider and notifyChange method (10:37)
  60. Test App and Challenge (08:52)
  61. Onclick Listeners and Callbacks (15:25)
  62. Changes to Listener (11:22)
  63. Test Edit, and Implement the Delete functionality (07:41)
  64. Fragments in the Layout (11:44)
  65. Alternative Landscape version of the Layout (10:52)
  66. Fragments in Code (13:35)
  67. Fragment Manager and Fragment Transaction (08:36)
  68. Passing Data to Fragments (10:24)
  69. Fix Edit Task In Portrait Mode (07:25)
  70. Removing Fragments (17:09)
  71. Removing Fragments Continued (07:14)
  1. Upgrading to Android Studio 2.2 for Windows (09:48)
  2. Upgrading to Android Studio 2.2 for Mac (03:58)
  3. Upgrading to Android Studio 2.2 for Linux (04:52)
  4. Source Code For All Apps (08:08)
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