The Complete Android & Java Developer Course - Build 21 Apps

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Are you Looking to boost your income as an Android Developer? Maybe you have a lot of app ideas but don't know where to start? Or you are seeking a career in Android Development and Java Programming that will finally give you freedom and flexibility you have been looking for? Build a strong foundation in Android Development, Android Studio and object-oriented Java Programming with this tutorial and complete course. Build Android apps from scratch using Android Studio and Java Programming Upload your apps to Google Play and reach Millions of Android users Make Money from your apps by displaying ads. (How To Monetize Apps) Content and Overview This course will take you from knowing nothing about Android development to a complete Android developer in 5 weeks. You will learn the following: Android Studio and build User Interface (Set up and walkthrough) Fundamentals of Java Programming used to build Android apps Inputs, Buttons and Reactive (Tap) Interfaces Android Building blocks Variables, Arrays, Loops, ArrayLists, ListView Navigate between screens Passing information between screens Learn how professional android apps developers think and work Learn how to design android apps Build several amazing apps - Hands on Publish your apps on Google Play Build Sound Box app Build WhatsApp Clone Earn Money from your Android apps - How to integrate ads in your apps And Learn much more by Building 21 Real World Apps ... WHY ANDROID? Android is known to be one of the most versatile and most used operating systems. We are in the age where every other person uses a handheld device or a cell phone which makes use of Android. If one goes deep into the world of android, we would see that there is a scope and a lot of potential in the world of android for individuals who are tech geeks (like us)! As vast this world this, learning about it as simple and as easy as a piece of cake. You can make your own app easily and show your true potential to the world of google and android. Here are some numbers to get you in the mood! DID YOU KNOW? Android is the primary operating system for over 90 tablets, for 6 E-Readers and 300 smartphones. There are over 1,460,800 apps in Google Play store &they’re growing at an astounding pace! Every day about 1.5 million Android devices are activated all around the world. About 60% of the apps available at the Google play store are absolutely free! Why learn android development? Learning android development is both fun and can reap you many profits in the long run. It is said that by the year 2018, there will be about 4 billion android users, hence doubling the current market. It is safe to say that android development has a potential and can reap you various benefits in the long run. If one knows android development, not only will you be having a stable and sound career but can unleash you hidden talents as a developer. Course description if you take this course (which you should!!) know that you are on your way to building a solid and stable foundation for Android Development, Android Studio and object-oriented Java Programming. You don’t need to spend years and years on learning, with us you can learn in 5 weeks!!!! YES! That is right, in five weeks you’ll be able to make and develop your own app and you never know, you could have it running at the app store and be an instant hit! We have built this course in a way that everything that you learn, you will be able to retain it for a long time. This is why we have distributed the whole course into various sections and not sessions. The reason why we did this is because our course is live and ON DEMAND. Once you buy this course, you have LIFETIME ACCESS to it. You can always refer back to any section that you want to revise and move along. Every section of ours has been built to test your ability. You not only get the content but also are given quizzes and assignments to ensure that what you have learnt is retained and you fully understand the content. (Don’t worry, we won’t scold you if you have some problem, we will be throughout). We assure you, with us you’ll be an android developer in no time! NO NEED TO BE A PRO! Our course is designed specifically for people who have ZERO prior experience in programming and have never even programmed a single thing before. It doesn’t matter if you have absolutely no idea about the basics (that is why we are here!), we will teach you everything that you need to know about developing and programming in just 5 weeks. All you need is loads of passion, a hint of dedication, an internet connection and a laptop or You will be able to learn android app development and Java programming in just 5 weeks. You can create engaging and real-world Android apps (which you can later show off to your family and friends). You will be learning the course by building 21 apps that include big buzz word apps such as the popular Whatsapp clone, calculator, YouTube video player,
  • Windows PC: Install and Setup Software for Android App Development
    • What Will you get from this Android Development Course
    • Genymotion on Windows
    • Install Java, JDK and JRE
    • How to resolve issues with Genymotion
    • Install Eclipse IDE and Create Your First Hello World App
    • How to Set JAVA_HOME on Windows 10
    • Install Android Studio
    • Install Genymotion and Setup Android Studio
  • Install and Setup for MAC users
    • Download Eclipse IDE for Java Programs (Mac OSX)
    • Download And Install Android Studio and Setup (Mac OSX)
    • Setup Genymotion Emulator (Mac OSX)
    • Make Your First Android App (Mac OSX)
    • Create Genymotion Virtual Devices (Mac OSX)
    • Trouble setting up Mac OSX - Follow these steps
  • Android Resources and Theoretical Guidelines
    • Free Android Books, Resources and Theoretical Guidelines
  • Learn Java Programming From Scratch!
    • Controlling Access to Instance Variables
    • Java Data Hiding Program (Java Files)
    • Class Constructors - What Do they Do?
    • Java Constructors Program (Java Files)
    • Setters and Getters
    • Java Setters and Getters Program (Java File)
    • Exercise II - Classes, Objects, Methods, Instance Variables, Constructor
  • Learn Java Programming From Scratch - If Else, Loops, Methods, Classes
    • Java Basic Operations Video 1
    • Java Basic Operations Videoo 2
    • Java Basic Operations (Java Files - Download Source Code)
    • Java Operators
    • Java If and Else Statements
    • Java If Statements Program Files (Download Java Files)
    • Loops
    • Loops Java Program (Download Java Files)
    • Methods in Java
    • Java Methods Program (Java Files)
    • What's a Class? What's an Object?
    • Java Classes Program (Java Files)
  • Learn Java Programming From Scratch - Advanced Concepts
  • Java Programming Advanced Concepts - Inheritance and Data Structure
    • Introduction to Inheritance in Java Video 1
    • Java Inheritance Video 2
    • Java Inheritance Video 3
    • Java Inheritance Programs (Java Files)
    • Arrays
    • Java Arrays Program (Java Files)
    • ArrayLists
    • Java ArrayList Program (Java Files)
    • HashMaps
    • Java HashMap Program Files (Java Files)
    • Congratulations! You are a Classy Java Developer!
  • Android App Development Tools
    • First Things First - Creating a Project and Running our First App!
    • The Android Studio IDE
    • Android File Structure
    • XML Files - Android User Interface
    • XML Files - Android User Interface
    • The R.java File
    • String.xml
    • The Manifest File
  • Designing App Visuals - How To Use Views in Android/Java Development
    • TextViews - What are They? What do They Do?
    • TextViews Java Files
    • App #1 - Buttons - Tap Tap!
    • Buttons Source Code Files (Android studio project)
    • App #2 - Random Highest Mountain Names
    • Random Highest Mountains Source code
    • App #3 - EditText - Let Users Enter Data - EditText - Put it all together!
    • EditText Source Code
    • App #4 - Temperature Converter App - Part I: The UI
    • App #4 - Temperature Converter - Part II: Tie all Together
    • App #4 - Temperature Converter - Part III - Finishing it Up
    • Temperature Converter Source Code
  • Designing App Visuals 2
    • Background Colors - Some Widget Properties
    • ImageViews Source Code
    • Add Images to a View
    • App #5 - Make Image Clickable
    • Logging
    • Know Your Way Around an XML File (UI properties)
    • Context - It's all About Context -Toast Example
    • XML Files Source code
  • What Are Activities And How to work with Navigation - Java / Android
    • What's an Activity?
    • Activity Life Cycle
    • App #6 - Navigate to a Different Activity
    • App #7 - Passing Data Bettwen Activities
    • App #8 - Passing Data Back to the First Activity
    • Activity Source Code
    • App #9 - Show Me the Bios - Details App
    • App - Show Me the Bios - Part II
    • App - Show Me the Bio - Final!
    • Show Me the Bio Source code
    • Conclusion!
  • Listviews - Introduction
    • Listview Introduction - First Look
    • App #10 - Let's Create Our First Listview
    • Listviews and Adapters - They Work Together!
    • First Listview Code Files
    • App #11 - Make Our Own Custom Listview - Part 1
    • Make Our Own Custom Listview - Part 2
    • Custom Listview App Final Product
    • Final Custom Listview App Code Files
    • Conclusion!
  • Input Controls
    • App #12 - Alert Dialogs
    • Alert Dialogs Code Files
    • App #13 - Radio Buttons
    • Radio Buttons Code Files
    • App #14 - Seekbar
    • Seekbar Code Files
    • App 15 - Checkbox
    • CheckBox Code Files
    • App #16 - Toggle Buttons
    • Toggle Buttons Code Files
    • App #17 - Dog or Cat Person - Part I
    • App - Dog or Cat Person - Part II
    • App - Dog or Cat Person - Final
    • Dog or Cat Person Code Files
    • Conclusion!
  • User Interface (UI) Layouts in Android
    • Linear Layout
    • Relative Layout
    • ScrollViews
    • TableLayout
  • Android Media Player
    • Play a Soundtrack - App# 17
    • Source Code - PlaySound
    • App #18 - Build a Music Player - My SoundBox Part 1
    • Build a Music Player - My SoundBox Part 2 - Final
    • Source Code - SoundBox
    • App #19 - Build a Mood Scanner App - Part 1
    • Build a Mood Scanner App - Part 2 - Final
    • Source Code - Mood Scanner
    • Conclusion - Congrats!
  • Storage in Android - Shared Preferences, Internal Storage, SQLite Database
    • Introduction to Storage in Android
    • Shared Preferences - How to Persist App Data Using the Shared Preferences Class?
    • Source Code - Shared Preferences Project
    • App #20 - My Diary App Internal Storage - Write/Read to Filesystem
    • Source Code - My Diary App
    • Database Introduction - SQLite in Android - Create Robust Apps Using Databasis.
    • App #21 - My WishList - Part I
    • App - My WishList - Part II
    • App - My WishList - Part III
    • App - My WishList - Part IV
    • Source Code - My WishList Project
  • Storage in Android 2 - Shared Preferences, Internal Storage, SQLite Database
    • App #22 - Calories Counter - Part I
    • App - Calories Counter - Part II
    • App - Calories Counter - Part III
    • App - Calories Counter - Part IV
    • App - Calories Counter - Final
    • Source Code - Calories Counter Project
  • Connecting to the World - Introduction to HTTP Requests - Consuming JSON Data
    • Introduction to HTTP Request and Networking in Android and JSON
    • Let's Build a Weather App - Introduction Lecture
    • App # 23 - Weather App - Build the User Interface - Part I
    • Weather App - Part II
    • Weather App - Part III
    • Weather App - Part IV
    • Weather App - Final Product
    • Source Code - Weather App
    • Useful Resources
  • Using Networking Library - The Volley Networking Library
    • Introduction to Libraries - What's an Android Library?
    • Android Volley Setup and JSONArray Request Object
    • Android Volley - JSONObject Request - Fetch and Parse JSON Objects
    • Android Volley String Request - Fetch and Parse a String
    • Android Volley - Load Images using ImageLoader
    • Useful Resources
    • Source Code - Volley Library Project
  • Let's Build a Music Event App
    • Events App Introduction - Quick Application Demo
    • Last Fm Introduction and API Setup
    • Project Setup - Setup Volley Classes and Library
    • User Interface Creation - Setup the UI/UX of the Application
    • Music Events App - Part I - Classes Setup
    • Music Events App - Part II - Classes Setup
    • Music Events App - Part III - Classes Setup
    • Music Events App - Part IV - Classes Setup
    • Music Event App - Adding a Custom ActionBar
    • Music Events App - Final Product!
    • Music Events Project Source Code
  • Let's Build a Messaging App With Parse (What'sApp Clone)
    • What'sApp Clone Demo
    • What's Parse? How to Use Parse in Our Android Apps?
    • Setup our Messaging Project - Part I
    • Setup our Messaging Project Part II
    • User Interface Creation - Part I
    • User Interface Creation - Part II
    • User Interface Creation - Part III
    • User Interface Creation - Part IV
    • Setup Listview and Images - Introduction to Picasso Library
    • Setup Listview and Images - Introduction to Picasso Library - Part II
    • Login Screen Setup - Final Product
    • WhatsApp Clone App Source Code
    • Useful Links/tools
  • Upload/Publish Your App to Google Play
    • Requirements
    • How to Create a Google Developer Account?
    • Create Icons
    • Application Metadata - Take Screenshots of Your Application
    • Packaging Your Application
    • Application Metadata - Title, Description and Publish!
    • Versioning Your Apps
  • Bonus
    • Congrats! You are an Android Developer Now.
    • Bonus: Get Java, iOS & Swift Courses for Huge Discount
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