This course is designed for intermediate to advanced Android developers. In this video, Annyce covers the basic requirements for getting the most out of this course.
- [Instructor] This course is designed for intermediate to advanced Android developers. You should feel very comfortable with creating applications in Android Studio. The Android App Development Essential Series, which can be found in our library, is a great place to start in building your Android expertise. Further, you should have basic familiarity with the Kotlin language. This would include knowing how to create variables and functions as well as understanding the basics of the type system.
I'll throw in a few Kotlin pointers when needed. However, I encourage you to watch the course Learning Kotlin for Android Development if you've never worked with Kotlin before. What I will focus on in this course is helping you to understand how Kotlin can help supercharge your Android development experience. Throughout the course I will be running Android Studio on a Mac. However, the software is crossplatform, so you can follow along using Windows or Linux as well.
- What Kotlin has to offer
- Working with lambdas
- Common Android extension functions
- Kotlin Android Extensions overview
- Making use of the Anko library
- Working with coroutines
- Nullability and collections
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Kotlin Overview
2. Extension Functions and Properties
3. Incorporating Anko
4. Advanced Anko
5. Working with Collections
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