Introduction to App Development

One of the more popular forms of coding in recent times is the creation of applications, or apps, that run on mobile devices like phones and tablets. You probably use a range of different apps in your everyday life. Wouldn’t it be cool to create one of your own?

There are many perks of being a developer in the booming app industry. Quite a few people make a good living developing and selling apps, and you have the opportunity to be one of them. You could even become the next Nick D’Aloisio, who famously sold his iPhone app, Summly, to Yahoo! for $30m.

Plus, it’s the best way to get your work into people’s pockets!

App Development Overview

Mobile apps are developed for a certain platform, and the two most popular platforms today are iOS and Android.

The iOS platform powers apps built for iPhone and iPad. To develop an app for iPhone or iPad, you need to use the Objective-C coding language and the Cocoa framework. You also need to use an IDE (integrated development environment) called Xcode. Note that Xcode only runs on the Mac, so you will need a Mac to make an iOS app.

 

Why You Should Learn Android App Development Right Now

Developers are in high demand, Android dominates the mobile device market, Google has improved their once saturated Google Play Store, and Java is still the most popular programming language.

It’s 2018. Nearly everyone has a mobile device with them at all times and the majority of devices are running the Android operating system. There’s a phenomenal opportunity for Android developers to be successful over the next couple of years.

Basics of Android

 

  •  What is Android
  •  History and Version
  •  Installing softwares
  •  Setup Eclipse
  •  Hello Android example
  •  Internal Details
  •  Dalvik VM
  •  Software Stack
  •  Android Core Building Blocks
  •  Android Emulator
  •  AndroidManifest.xml
  •  R.java file
  •  Hide Title Bar
  •  Screen Orientation

UI Widgets

  • UI Widgets
  •  Working with Button
  •  Toast
  •  Custom Toast
  •  Button
  •  Toggle Button
  •  Switch Button
  •  Image Button
  •  CheckBox
  •  AlertDialog
  •  Spinner
  •  AutoCompleteTextView
  •  RatingBar
  •  DatePicker
  •  TimePicker
  •  ProgressBar
  •  Quick Contact Budge
  •  Analog Clock and Digital Clock
  • Electrocus Solution
  •  Working with hardware Button
  •  File Download
  • Activity,Activity,Intent&IntentFragment&Fragment
  •  Activity Lifecycle
  •  Activity Example
  •  Implicit Intent
  •  Explicit Intent
  •  Fragment Lifecycle
  •  Fragment Example
  •  Dynamic Fragment

Android Menu

  •  Option Menu
  •  Context Menu
  •  Popup Menu
  • Layout ManagerLyoutManager
  •  Relative Layout
  •  Linear Layout
  •  Table Layout
  •  Grid Layout
  • AdaptorAdaptor
  •  Array Adaptor
  •  ArrayList Adaptor
  •  Base Adaptor

View

  •  GridView
  •  WebView
  •  ScrollView
  •  SearchView
  •  TabHost
  •  DynamicListView
  •  ExpandedListView

Advance Android

  • Android Service
  • Android Service
  •  Android Service
  •  Android Service API
  •  Android Started Service
  •  Android Bound Service
  •  Android Service Life Cycle
  •  Android Service Example
  • Data Storage
  • Data Storage
  •  Shared Preferences
  •  Internal Storage
  •  External Storage
  • SQLite SQLite
  •  SQLite API
  •  SQLite Spinner
  •  SQLite ListView
  • XML & JSON
  • XML & JSON
  •  XML Parsing SAX
  •  XML Parsing DOM
  •  XML Pull Parser
  •  JSON Parsing
  • Cotent Provider
  • Cotent Provider
  •  Content Proivider Fundamental
  •  Contact Content Provider
  •  Other Built-in Content Providers
  •  Creating Custom Content Provider
  •  Understanding Content URI
  •  Content Resolver
  •  Sharing Information from custom content provider
  • Android Notification
  •  Notification API
  •  Creating Notification Builder
  •  Setting Notification Properties
  •  Attaching Actions
  •  Issuing Notification
  •  NotificationCompat.Builder class
  •  Android Notification Examples
  • Multimedia
  • Multimedia
  •  Wallpapaer
  •  Live Wallpaper
  •  Multimedia API
  •  Playing Audio
  •  Creating Audio Player
  •  Playing Video
  •  Alarm Manager
  •  Gallery

Speech API

  •  
  •  TextToSpeech API
  •  TextToSpeech Example
  •  Managing speed and pitch
  •  Speech To Text
  • Telephony API
  • Telephony API
  •  Telephony Manager
  •  Get Call State
  •  Call State BroadcastReceiver
  •  Simple Caller Talker
  •  Making Phone Call
  •  Send SMS
  •  Send Email

Location API

  •  Location API Fundamental
  •  Example of Android Location API
  •  Working with Google Maps
  • Animation
  • Animation
  •  Android Animation API
  •  Android Drawable class
  •  Android Animation Example
  •  Android Rotate Animation
  •  Android Fade Animation
  •  Android Zoom Animation
  • Device Connectivity
  •  Bluetooth Tutorial
  •  List Paired Devices
  •  Working with WiFi
  •  Working with Camera

Sensor

  •  Sensor API
  •  Motion Sensor
  •  Position Sensor
  •  Environmental Sensor
  •  Sensor Values
  •  SensorManager class
  •  Sensor Class
  •  SensorEvent class
  •  SensorEventListener interface
  •  Compass Acceslerometer and Orientation Sensors
  •  Sensor Examples
  • Android Graphics
  •  Graphics API

 2D Graphics

  •  android.graphics.Canvas
  • android.graphics.Paint class
  • Android Communication P2P Communication
  •  Introducing Instant Messaging
  •  Using the GTalk Service
  •  Monitoring the Roste for Changes
  •  Sending and Receiving Data Messages
  •  Transmitting Data Messages
  •  Receiving Data Messages
  • Android WebService
  •  What is web service
  •  Soap Vs Restful web service
  •  Android Restful web service example with java servlet.
  •  Storing data into external oracle database
  •  Verifying data in android with external oracle database
  • Android Google Map
  •  Android Map V2 API
  •  Adding Map
  •  Customizing Map
  •  GoogleMap class
  •  Android Google Map Application
  • Project Development