This video demonstrates building a simple Android app. Here, you'll create the UI for the app as well as the data classes needed.
- [Instructor] Earlier in the course,…we created a simple program that calculated…the area and circumference of a circle…and printed that data to the console.…Let's see if we can turn that into an Android app…that gathers input from the user, creates a circle object…to process the data, and displays area and circumference…to the user.…Start Android Studio,…and choose start a new Android Studio project…on the welcome page.…You can name the application Circle…Calc.…Choose something specific for the company domain…that's unique.…
I'm just going to go with the default, that's my username,…and then example.com.…For the project location,…I'm going to save mine to the desktop.…Go ahead and click next.…So this will be a phone and tablet,…and then we need to choose or minimum SDK.…I'll click on help me choose.…And I'll see that if I select Jellybean,…I see that I get 99.2%…of all Android devices deployed.…So I think that's a good candidate.…Go ahead and click okay.…And make sure that Jellybean 4.1 is chosen…in the minimum SDK.…
- iOS platform architecture
- Generic smartphone app life cycle
- iOS app life cycle
- Object-oriented programming (OOP) and Swift
- Inheritance vs. delegation
- Getting started with Xcode
- Xcode vs. Android Studio
- Creating a simple Swift app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Platform Architectures
iOS platform architecture3m 12s
2. App Life Cycle
3. Programming Language
4. Development Tools
5. Build an App
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