Android

  1. Android Training in Surat Yoinsights
Android App Development Training course is to provide developers easy and complete understanding of the Android App Development with our Class Room Training. The Android Training course provides a series of sessions & Lab Assignments which introduce and explain Android features that are used to code, debug and deploy Mobile Applications

Android Training Course Prerequisite
Development in Java Programming Language
Understanding of application development frameworks, environments, tools and processes

Android Training Course Objective
Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
Understand Android platform architecture
Design, develop, debug, and deploy Android applications
Use Android SDK’s Emulator to test and debug applications
Construct user interfaces with built-in views and layouts
Define custom view and layout
Develop SQLite Data base
Secure Android applications
Write multimedia Android applications
Write location-based applications
Interact with Serviers using Web services

Yoinsights is the ultimate Android training institute. We can proudly say that students trained at our institute have very good command on the subject than those trained elsewhere. Course material covering all the topics is given to help the students learn better. Daily assignments and regular assessments are conducted to help groom their technical skills. Good learning environment, regular assistance and well cataloged training procedures are the key features of Yoinsights Android Training in Surat, India.

COURSE CONTENT

Module1: Core Java
  1. The Genesis of Java
  2. OOPs Concepts,
  3. Overview of Java,
  4. Data Types variables & arrays,
  5. Operators, Classes & Methods,
  6. Interfaces & Abstract classes,
  7. Overloading & Overriding,
  8. Packages & Privileges,
  9. Collection APIs,
  10. Exception Handling Multithreaded programming,
  11. I/O Applets & Other topics.
  12. String Handling,
  13. Java util package,
  14. More I/O, Networking,

Module2: Introduction of Android
  1. An Open Platform for Mobile Development
  2. Android SDK Features
  3. Introduction of Development Framework
  4. Android Application Architecture
  5. Android Libraries
  6. Advanced Android Libraries

Module 3: Getting Started
  1. What You Need to Begin
  2. Downloading and Installing the Android SDK & IDE
  3. Creating Your First Android Activity
  4. Types of Android Applications
  5. Developing for Mobile Devices
  6. Hardware-Imposed Design Considerations
  7. Considering the Users’ Environment
  8. Android Development Tools
  9. The Android Emulator
  10. The Android Debug Bridge (ADB)

Module 4: Creating Applications and Activities
  1. What Makes an Android Application?
  2. Introducing the Application Manifest
  3. Using the Manifest Editor
  4. The Android Application Life Cycle
  5. Understanding Application Priority and Process States
  6. Externalizing Resources
  7. Creating Resources
  8. Using Resources
  9. Creating an Activity
  10. The Activity Life Cycle
  11. Android Activity Classes

Module 5: Creating User Interfaces
  1. Fundamental Android UI Design
  2. Introducing Views
  3. Creating Activity User Interfaces with Views
  4. The Android Widget Toolbox
  5. Introducing Layouts
  6. Using Layouts
  7. Creating New Views
  8. Modifying Existing Views
  9. Creating Compound Controls
  10. Creating Custom Widgets and Controls
  11. Using Custom Controls
  12. Creating and Using Menu s
  13. Introducing the Android Menu System
  14. Defining an Activity Menu
  15. Dynamically Updating Menu Items
  16. Handling Menu Selections
  17. Submenus and Context Menus

Module 6: Intents, Broadcast Receivers, Adapters, and the Internet
  1. Introduction of Intents
  2. Using Intents to Launch Activities
  3. Using Intent Filters to Service Implicit Intents
  4. Using Intent Filters for Plug- ins and Extensibility
  5. Using Intents to Broadcast Events
  6. Introducing Adapters
  7. Introducing Some Android-Supplied Adapters
  8. Using Adapters for Data Binding
  9. Using Internet Resources
  10. Connecting to an Internet Resource
  11. Leveraging Internet Resources
  12. Introducing Dialogs
  13. Introducing the Dialog Class
  14. Using Activities as Dialogs

Module 7: Data Storage, Retrieval, and Sharing
  1. Saving and Loading Files
  2. Including Static Files as Resources
  3. File Management Tools
  4. Databases in Android
  5. Introducing SQLite
  6. Cursors and Content Values
  7. Working with Android Databases
  8. Using Content Providers
  9. Native Android Content Providers
  10. Creating a New Content Provider

Module 8: Working in the Background
  1. Creating and Controlling Services
  2. Binding Activities to Services
  3. Using Background Worker Threads
  4. Creating New Threads
  5. Synchronizing Threads for GUI Operations
  6. Moving the Earthquake Service to a Background Thread
  7. Let’s Make a Toast
  8. Customizing Toasts
  9. Using Toasts in Worker Threads