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Comprehensive Android Nougat app development Learn to code the Devslopes way. At Devslopes we teach you the platform and the underlying coding principles. We believe in building engineers and not copy-and-paste students. You can get started with no experience or with lots of coding experience. Learn everything you need to know to have professional Android development skills.
Android Tutorial for Beginners Part I is for Java developers new to the Android development The lessons in this LiveLesson were carefully designed to introduce you to key Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) and 4.4 (KitKat) features and APIs. You first learn how to install the Android Integrated Development Environment. You’ll then learn everything you need to start building Android apps-beginning with a test drive of the Doodlz app in lesson 1, then building your first app in lesson 2. By the time you reach Lesson 4, you’ll be creating a sophisticated Twitter-based app.
Android Tutorial for Beginners Part II is for Java developers new to the Android development Android App Development Fundamentals, Part II 2/e uses Paul Deitel's unique "app-driven" approach to get you up and running quickly with Google's popular Android SDK. The lessons in this LiveLesson build upon those in Android App Development Fundamentals, Part I 2/e. You learn more sophisticated Touch and GUI techniques, as well as how to build database driven apps.
You'll create a real world social networking application! All of Android's core concepts in a production level project! In this series, you'll be introduced to all of the core concepts involved with building Android applications. Furthermore: you'll apply those concepts to build a real world social networking application that allows users to send their friends pictures, taken with the camera on their phone, complete with funny messages that can be decoded to your actual text message!
In this course, learn how to build progressively more complex Apps using Android Lollipop: you will start off by building basic apps, and progress to a calculator, an app that downloads a list of top 10 apps each day, and even your very own Youtube video player.