Build Android Apps using C# and Xamarin Mono Premium class

Yoda Learning, Project-based Online Courses

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40 Videos (3h 3m)
    • Trailer

      3:13
    • Installation of Xamarin

      1:51
    • Mono In Visual Studio 2013

      3:03
    • Debugging and Deployment

      4:10
    • Linear Layouts

      4:20
    • Table Layouts

      2:29
    • Relative Layouts

      4:54
    • Text View

      2:09
    • Edit View

      2:17
    • AutoComplete Edit

      2:17
    • Buttons

      3:25
    • Spinner

      3:36
    • Checkbox

      1:49
    • Radio Buttons And Groups

      3:14
    • Images

      3:16
    • Basic List

      4:38
    • Simple List Adapters

      4:25
    • Custom List Adapters

      6:27
    • Expandable List Adapters

      7:56
    • Activities And Intents

      5:18
    • Activity Life Cycle

      3:20
    • Passing Data Between Activities

      3:47
    • Creating A SQLite Database

      7:04
    • Creating Business Objects - SQLite ORM

      6:45
    • Login And Tabs

      6:24
    • Contacts List

      5:44
    • Contact Details

      9:27
    • Editing A Contact

      10:43
    • Adding a new Contact

      1:35
    • Editing Pictures And Local File Storage

      3:52
    • Photo Grid View

      6:24
    • Adding And Deleting Photos

      2:05
    • Messages List

      6:19
    • Messaging UI

      2:02
    • Sending An SMS Message

      6:22
    • Sending A Picture

      3:18
    • Sending an Email and attachment

      5:19
    • Getting Contacts from my Service

      6:06
    • Downloading Photos from my service

      6:58
    • Publishing

      4:09

About This Class

Learn basics of App development using C# with a fully functional project

Do you know that C# is among more popular programming languages for 2014 by WpCentral.com and CodeEval. I bet you will fall in love with C# and if you want to create an Android application using that language then you can pursue the great Xamrin Mono (a Cross Platform development tool) which enables developers to develop iOS and Android apps in C# language. Just imagine, .NET developers can code in a familiar language and produce apps that leverage C#'s advantages, including speed increases

Look who else is working on C# and Xamrin Mono: Rdio, National Instruments, Bosch, Kimberly Clark have create mobile apps using the tool. Over 500,000 developers are already using Xamarin to create amazing apps. Don’t miss this opportunity. Learn the basics now.

How is this course different?

Focus on Project: The course is accompanied with a real life application of the tool as a “Social App” with a working project in the end. Completions of project will give you significant confidence. Also, the course is sliced into sections and chapters so you can learn sequentially or hop to topic of interest

Relevant Skills: The course targets relevance both in terms of process of instruction and learning which signifies the value of knowledge today, and process of ensuring the value of knowledge/information for the future

Why learn App development using C#?

  • Large market for Android and iOS Apps. C# integrates development for both these platforms
  • Must-learn for Microsoft Mobile App developer
  • Xamarin’s architectural approach provides completely native UIs with better performance than other cross-platform techniques

Who should go for this course?

  • Mobile app development enthusiast
  • Programming language enthusiast
  • Students
  • Start-up Entrepreneurs
  • Small Business owners

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Yoda Learning

Project-based Online Courses

Yoda Learning is focused on teaching in-demand technologies to people across the world to make them employable. The company’s unique “Project-based learning” approach where the learners explore real world situations which makes the discovery process engaging. With a strong network of 100+ industry professionals in Web development, Web Design, Business Applications, we are able to build industry-relevant skills so that the learner remains ahead in its career.