This video is an overview of the other Android components including services, broadcast receivers, and content providers.
- [Instructor] In addition to activities,…the Android platform includes additions components…to help you build your apps.…Android Services, BroadcastReceivers,…and Content Providers are components you can build…to assist activities.…Let's look at Android Services first.…There are two types of Android Services.…Started services and bound services.…The main difference between the two is…that a bound service provides a handle…for other components to interact with…and receive notifications.…Started services merely set off…on their assigned task until finished.…
A started service might handle network operations…or file I/O, for example.…It might be started by a app for a specific purpose…and then run until the task is finished.…You might use a started service to download…or upload a file.…A bound service might supply background music…for other apps.…Binding to a service allows your app…to interact with a service.…Your app can query the service, get results,…and process them as needed,…depending on the service.…Started services are created…
- 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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