Android Tutorial For Beginners Premium class

Hussein Al Rubaye ✔, Master in Software Engineer

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66 Videos (8h 15m)
    • 1.1 Welcome

      0:13
    • 1.2 introduction

      1:56
    • 1.3 Why Android

      10:13
    • 1.4 Exercise files

      0:29
    • 1.5 Setting the environment

      6:00
    • 1.6 Install Android Studio

      3:57
    • 2.1 Run First App

      11:48
    • 2.2 XML

      3:14
    • 2.3 Properties And Methods

      4:23
    • 2.4 Find Error

      2:06
    • 2.5 Passing data between activities

      5:58
    • 2.6 Activity Lifecycle

      5:30
    • 3.1 padding margin width and heigh

      5:48
    • 3.2 Linear layout

      7:43
    • 3.3 Layout Desgin Weight

      3:45
    • 3.4 TableLayout and GridLayout

      4:25
    • 3.5 ConstraintLayout

      3:10
    • 3.6 Menu

      6:17
    • 3.7 Menu SearchView

      5:41
    • 4.1 Shape And Selector

      7:14
    • 4.2 colors

      1:19
    • 4.3 Style

      5:14
    • 4.4 Localization and String

      8:17
    • 4.5 Supporting Multiple Screens sizes

      5:39
    • 5.1 ImageView

      2:32
    • 5.2 App Simple Calculator

      7:21
    • 5.3 RadioButto CheckBox and Switch

      16:50
    • 6.1 LayoutInflater and View

      6:25
    • 6.2 ListView

      14:19
    • 6.3 ListView more

      7:08
    • 6.4 GridView

      2:42
    • 6.5 Spinner

      5:41
    • 7.1 DialogFragment and TimePicker

      12:14
    • 7.2 DialogFragment and DatePicker

      1:56
    • 7.3 AlertDialog

      3:55
    • 8.1 SharedPreferences

      15:31
    • 8.2 SQLite Review

      4:35
    • 8.3 SQLite Create Database and table

      14:43
    • 8.4 SQLite insert data

      7:34
    • 8.5 SQLite Query

      10:46
    • 8.6 SQLite to ListView and Search

      12:01
    • 8.7 SQLite Delete

      4:47
    • 8.8 SQLite Update

      8:43
    • 9.1 Requesting Permissions at Run Time

      20:06
    • 9.2 Normal Permissions and WebView

      11:46
    • 9.3 SeekBar and Thread

      11:09
    • 9.4 Handler

      6:10
    • 9.5 Appbuild complete MediaPlayer

      14:02
    • 10.1 Notifications

      7:45
    • 10.2 BroadcastReceiver and Read incoming SMS

      15:45
    • 10.3 IntentService

      8:31
    • 11.1 Read Json

      7:29
    • 11.2 HTTP connection

      3:22
    • 11.3 AppGet JSON from HTTP Web service sunset app

      12:07
    • 11.4 Save to MySql use PHP Webservice

      13:35
    • 11.5 Read from MySql use PHP Webservice

      8:56
    • 11.6 List users from MySql use PHP Webservice

      11:46
    • 12.1 get Last Known Location

      9:12
    • 12.2 Location Listener

      8:14
    • 12.3 AppReal Time tracking

      8:12
    • 12.4 Map and marker

      11:23
    • 12.6 Map event

      1:57
    • 12.5 add Circle Polyline and Polygon in Map

      6:39
    • 12.7 Street view

      6:35
    • 12.8 AppDisplay my current location in the map

      9:45
    • 13.1 (END) Conclusion

      0:15

About This Class

 This source will help the beginners to start build their own Android apps from scratch. By the end of this course you will be able to build real world android apps. In this course you will learn how to build and design android apps, and how to work with android layout tools to design very attractive and responsive layout that work with different device size, then you will learn how to use Sqlite as local database storage  and Mysql as remote database storage, Also you will learn about web services and map. And you will learn how to work with android device persimmons and access to device information and device services.

What are the requirements?

  • Students who enrolled in this course have to know basic java already.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Build Your First Mobile App.
  • Build real world Android apps.

What is the target audience?

  • This Android course for programmers who are interesting to build Android apps. And they are not familiar with Android development enviroment.

Menu:

  1. Introduction and setting
  2. Start up
  3. Layouts and Menu implementaion
  4. Layout desgin
  5. Practice with Layout
  6. Views and UI tools
  7. Dialogs
  8. Storage and Database
  9. Permissionsbackground Task and Media
  10. System services
  11. Web services and MySql
  12. GPS and Map
  13. Conclusion

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Hussein Al Rubaye ✔

Master in Software Engineer

I have master in Software Engineer from Rochester Institute of Technology in US. My interesting area is teaching programming languages to develop mobile, Windows, and web apps. I am working as researcher to improve programming skills. So I want to find best and easy way to learn programming. Also i worked as web developer for 8 years. I have apps in Google PlayMicrosoft Store and  Apple Store. I have more than million users who are using my apps.