Join Albert Lo for an in-depth discussion in this video Set up a Google Photos account, part of Android Development: Modern Android UI Design Elements.
- [Instructor] To get the most out of this course, it is recommended to use the set of photos that are provided as part of the exercise files. So, we go to the Resource folder and under the Resource folder, there is a test_photos.zip. Let's unzip that folder. And we switch to our browser view. So, in our browser, let's go to photos.google.com/albums. If you have not logged in, then remember to sign in with your desired Google account that we will be using for this course.
So, once we are in photos.google.com/albums, we select Upload, and we select all of our photos, and once we have all of our photos selected, press Open. This will upload all of our photos and once that is finished, select Add to Album and then select New Album, and give the new album the name Animals. As you can tell, I have already created a new album.
Note that I have photos here that were uploaded at different dates. This will be useful later on if you want to see the header views that we are constructing for our custom RecyclerView. Remember to upload your photos at different dates.
- Creating a custom layout with XML
- Setting up OnClick handlers
- Making API calls
- Creating custom views
- Implementing ViewHolder objects
- Signing certificates
- Adding a checkbox
Skill Level Intermediate
Building Android Apps with Cloud Serviceswith Albert Lo2h 37m Intermediate
1. Understanding the Side Navigation Drawer
2. Custom RecyclerView: Multiple View Types
3. Custom RecyclerView: ViewHolders
4. Understanding Custom Views
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