Program Your Own Drawing Application in Android Studio!
You will love "Program Your Own Drawing Application in Android Studio!" if you want to create Android apps for yourself or clients.
In this course, you will refine your coding skills as a mobile app developer by programming your own drawing application in Android Studio. You will also learn how to include Admob ads in your app.
Take this course with us today to program your own drawing Android application!
We are confident that you will love the course and we are looking forward to having you as a student.
There is no particular knowledge requirement. Thank you for learning about the course and we hope you love it!
What will you learn
You will be empowered after this course to create your first Android drawing app!
Understand the basic Android SQLite Programming Concepts, understand and create your first CRUD app using Android Studio and Java, Learn to Develop few database driven Android apps.
Welcome to the Android SQLite Programming for Beginners course where you’ll learn to create database-driven apps step-by-step with Android & SQLite. My name is Sandip and I’ll be leading you through the course.
I began my career as Database Programmer and have created many database-driven web apps or websites, over the last 12 years. I’ve also published few database driven Android apps in Google Play Store. So, I happen to know about SQLite database programming and in this Android SQLite tutorial I’ll show you exactly how to create a simple CRUD app using Android Studio and Java.
I designed this course for anyone seeking to develop their first database app. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to understand and create your first app with SQLite, with confidence. You’ll be able to brush-up your SQL knowledge. I have covered:
Overview of SQLite Database
How to create a project in Android Studio
How to program a basic CRUD app with search functionality
Brush-up the basic SQL queries using DB Browser for SQLite
How to use a pre-created Database file in an app
The ideal student for this course is a beginner android developer who wants to expand on their current skills. Feel free to take a look through the sample videos and I look forward to see you inside.
You should have Android Studio installed
You should have a basic programming knowledge like variables, if-else, loops, methods
We'll be using DB Browser for SQLite software as SQLite editor / SQLite manager
What will you learn
You’ll be able to understand and create your first CRUD app with confidence
You’ll be able to brush-up your SQL knowledge
You’ll be able to use a pre-created database file in an app
This Android Full Course will help you learn Android programming language and its core concepts with examples from scratch. This Android Tutorial is ideal for both beginners as well as professionals who want to master mobile application development. Evolution of Android. Introduction to Android. Android Architecture. Android Features,...
This Android Full Course will help you learn Android programming language and its core concepts with examples from scratch. This Android Tutorial is ideal for both beginners as well as professionals who want to master mobile application development. Below are the topics covered in this Android Tutorial for Beginners:
2:41 Evolution of Android
3:53 Introduction to Android
4:50 Android Architecture
7:23 Android Features
9:57 Android Runtime
11:16 Android Studio Installation
36:52 Activity Life Cycle
45:07 Android Layouts
49:25 Linear Layout
52:42 Relative Layout
54:31 List View
55:41 Grid View
57:04 Recycler View
1:11:52 Install Java
1:14:42 Install Android Studio
1:17:22 Simple Program
1:24:12 What Is Android Studio?
1:26:02 Android Stack
2:51:29 What Is An Activity?
2:54:49 Activity Life Cycle
3:16:37 Event Listeners
4:28:04 What is Android SDK?
4:30:56 How To Install Android SDK?
4:34:38 Android SDK Features
4:36:43 SDK Tools
4:40:11 Android SDK Manager
4:40:45 Android Layout Design Tutorial
4:41:39 Introduction to UI Components
4:43:46 Types of Layouts
4:50:34 Units of Measurement
5:05:00 Android Market and Salary Trends
5:08:38 Android Interview Questions
7:52:26 How to become an Android Developer?
7:53:29 Who is an Android Developer?
7:55:50 Roles and Responsibilities
7:57:12 Why become an Android Developer?
8:01:05 Job Roles for an Android Developer
8:04:14 Job Trends
8:07:04 How to start?
8:29:05 Android vs iOS
8:29:55 Market Share
8:35:26 Which is superior?
Coroutines are a Kotlin feature that convert async callbacks for long-running tasks, such as database or network access, into sequential code. This Kotlin Coroutines tutorial will show you how to use coroutines on Android, and how the new androidx-concurrent library makes it easy to use them to get things off the main thread. You'll also learn how the new library helps coroutines work with Architecture Components. This session also covers coroutine patterns, best practices, and even how to test coroutines!Kotlin Coroutines on Android - How to use Coroutines on Android.
Coroutines are a feature of Kotlin that help convert callback-based code into sequential code, making code easier to read, write, and understand. This session will show you how to use coroutines on Android, and how the new androidx-concurrent library makes it easy to use them to get things off the main thread. You'll also learn how the new library helps coroutines work with Architecture Components. This session also covers coroutine patterns, best practices, and even how to test coroutines!