The Android OS platform has overtaken the mobile device marketplace. Android has become the dominant operating system for tablets and smartphones, not to mention a myriad of other gadgets such as digital picture frames, streaming TV servers, and so forth. In this course, you will learn how to develop and publish an Android app, focusing on developing business apps for tablets and smartphones that are compatible with a wide variety of Android versions and device layouts.
No Android devices are required in order to participate in this class. This course has been designed around the use of emulated (rather than real) Android devices, focusing on an emulated Android Level 10 smartphone and an Android Level 17 tablet (both with Google APIs installed). These versions and formats were selected to enable you to experience the wide range of differences that you might encounter in development of real world apps. Activities in this course have been scripted to assume these two Android versions and device formats will be present in the classroom. Prerequisites To ensure your success, you should have experience developing applications using an object-oriented programming language such as Java, C++, C#, Visual Basic, and so forth. This course focuses on Android development rather than the Java programming language, so experience or prior coursework in Java is highly recommended. Sinclair Workforce Development’s Java Programming class gives you the skills you need to be successful in this Android App Development field.
03/19/14 - 03/21/14 8:30 AM - 5:00 PMEastern Time
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