Android

What is Android?

Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. HRSS-CDC provides android training according to the current requirement of IT industry. It contains an operating system based on the Linux kernel, required middleware and some essential applications. Android platform was initially developed by Android Inc. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. Android can Run Multiple Apps at the Same Time. Android has is a customizable home screen which keeps active widgets right at your fingertips, always accessible and always visible – without having to launch an application first.

HRSS-CDC is an Android Training institute with proven expertise in training useful android applications as well as providing hands-on training to budding android developers. We have a dedicated team of android trainers who provide intensive and dedicated training on all core and general aspects of android development. We have mastered the Android SDK and can effortlessly transfer our skills and knowledge to you through our android training course.

So, right now android is becoming very good platform for IT professionals who want to switch their career and as well as seeking android job oriented training from HRSS-CDC, fresher can get the job easily in IT industry.

Android Training Outline:

Android Architecture

  • System architecture
  • Activities
  • Android Components
  • Android Manifest

Android Development Tools

  • Installation of the Android Development Tools (ADT)
  • Creating Android projects
  • Defining Devices, Emulator and Images

Defining Android User Interfaces

  • Views
  • Layouts
  • Accessing widgets in Activities
  • View interaction

Development of different screen sizes

  • Screen sizes and Densities
  • Using device independent pixel (dp)
  • Converting between pixels and dp

Intents and Activity Communication

  • Intents
  • IntentFilter
  • Defining Activities
  • Activity stack

ActionBar

  • ActionBar vs. OptionMenu
  • Defining an ActionBar menu
  • Custom Views in the ActionBar
  • Contextual action mode

Styling and Themes

  • Styling of Views
  • Using Themes for styling Activities
  • Extending Android themes (Holo)

ListViews and ListActivity

  • ListView
  • ListActivity
  • Defining List Adapter
  • Performance Optimization

File based Persistence

  • Preferences
  • File and Access restrictions
  • Permissions

Security

  • Androids security concept
  • Using Permissions

Asynchronous Processing in Android

  • Multitasking
  • User Interface Updates via Threads
  • Androids Limits - Application Not Responding
  • Using Handler for message communication
  • Using AsyncTask

SQLite and ContentProvider

  • Using the SQLite Database in Android
  • Outlook: Using and defining ContentProvider
  • Outlook: Loader
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