Explore the world of Android app development. Learn the steps to creating your very first Android app in this overview course.
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Learn how to use the data management and presentation tools of the Android SDK. David Gassner demonstrates how to use shared preferences, JSON-formatted text files, and SQLite to manage data. He shows you how to customize data display and handle common events.
Practice Android programming with this simple mobile game project. Learn how to build Android games using Java and the built-in features in the Android SDK.
Create layouts for different screen sizes with the Android Fragments API. Learn to add and remove fragments with Java and XML and use fragments to dynamically choose layouts at runtime, store shared preferences, and more.
Learn how to use different animation techniques to create visually compelling animations and screen transitions for Android mobile apps.
Want to develop Android apps? You need Android Studio—the only IDE fully supported by Google for Android app development. Learn how to install Android Studio 2.0, set up your development environment, and start coding.
Take your Java skills to the next level by leveraging some of the most popular design patterns and APIs for the Android SDK.
Get a first look at the new features in Android N and Android Studio 2.1 in this concise quick start guide. Find out how to install the developer previews and get started creating and compiling apps, testing devices, and programming with Java 8 syntax.
Find out what Android 6.0 has to offer app developers like you. Learn about Marshmallow's new project templates in Android Studio, permissions frameworks, automatic backups for app data, and the many smaller features that are designed to make developers' lives easier.
Learn everything you need to know to get started building Android apps with Google's Android Studio and Android SDK.
Build apps for the Internet of Things with Android Wear! Learn how to develop apps for the emerging market of wearable tech, in these Android Wear development tutorials.
Learn to add interactive maps to mobile applications with the Google Maps Android API—a free Google Play service included on almost every Android device.
Learn how to share your new Android app with the world, by distributing it through Google Play, Amazon, and other platforms.
Create a complete note-taking app from scratch with Android Studio, and then watch companion courses in Windows and iOS to compare the app development workflows.
Teaches Android developers how to program with the Fragments API, and build apps that work well on Android phones, tablets, and even desktop computers.
Get a first look at Android Studio, the new IDE for building and packaging Android apps, before its official release.
Learn to request data for your Android apps from cloud-based storage networks that offer RESTful web services.
Learn how to prepare, package, and publish your Android app on Google Play, and investigate other distribution platforms offered by Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Add interactive maps to your Android apps with Google Maps Android API v2.
Create a complete mobile app from scratch with the Android SDK and Java in this project-based course.
Get started programming with Visual Basic using Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows Desktop.
Create datacentric apps for Android devices, using SQLite, Java, and the built-in android.database packages from the Android SDK.
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