Why should I take Introduction to Android?
Android is the world's most widely used smartphone platform. It's an extremely innovative platform that enables advanced application functionality. It's open source (powered by a Linux kernel), and it leverages the C, C++, and Java programming languages. Android was first introduced in late 2007 and still continues to evolve rapidly through Google and its Open Handset Alliance partners.
What will I learn?
In this Intro to Android Development Course you will learn the basics of Android Application Development which will include instruction on Integrated Development Environment (IDE) use, the basics of using the git source control tool, Java, XML and, of course, the Android framework. During this 6 hour course we will build an application together, answering all of your questions along the way and leaving you with your own source code available in the cloud!
We will cover the basics of project setup, constructing the UI, handling user input and storing data on the device. When we’re finished you could even publish your application to the Google Play Store if you wished to. (Google Developer Account Required which requires a 1-time, lifetime fee of $25, not included in this course.)
What can I accomplish?
After completing this course you will be able to use Android Studio, Google’s own IDE for developing Android Applications, to develop your own apps! You will have access to the source code that YOU wrote during this class and you could release that app as-is or add more features to it!
What can I expect?
The class will be divided into six 30-45 minute discussions during which we will pair-program our application. The class is limited to 14 students.
Are there any prerequisites?
Lunch is provided from Ted's Butcherblock!
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