Android development is a form of software engineering dedicated specifically to creating applications for devices that run on the Android platform. Several types of programming languages may be involved in Android development, and there are four main components (activities, services, content providers, and broadcast receivers) of an Android app that allow them to function. This course will teach you the basis of the Android platform and the application lifecycle, how to write simple GUI applications, use built-in widgets and components, work with the database to store data locally, and much more by the end of this course.
As a part of the digital revolution, a major part of the industry has been completely influenced by the entry of Android mobile applications.
At the end of this training session, participants will be able to:
Create robust mobile applications and learn how to integrate them with other services—creating intuitive, reliable mobile apps using Android services and components. Create a seamless user interface that works with different mobile screens.
● Plan apps for touch and mobile devices.
● Design wireframes and UI for touch and mobile devices.
● Design mobile UX patterns.
● Design prototypes for touch and mobile apps.
● Develop apps for the Windows Phone 8.1 platform.
● Develop universal apps.
● Use sensors to capture data.
● Integrate devices with your apps.
● Publish and monetize an app.
● Use cloud services in mobile apps.
● Develop cross-platform apps using PhoneGap.
1. Prototype Methodology
This mobile app development approach is an improved version of the waterfall methodology. It enables team members to make changes during the design phase. The idea behind this approach is that your team needs to create a prototype to fully understand project requirements before the design stage
2. Waterfall Methodology
It is a complete process from the start to the end. You could only make changes in the maintenance stage, which comes after launching the product.
42 hours (6 days)
8 hours per class
Open to marketing professionals, business owners, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, and students who are interested in learning about digital marketing, and how it can be used to solve real-world problems.
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