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What is Android?

Android is an operating system developed by Google for the touch screen devices. Almost every mobile device is using android as an ooperating system other than iOS. Android is mainly used in the smart devices such as smart TV, smart watches and more.

Android Development Course in Chandigarh

At DummyByte, you will learn the basics and fundamental concepts of Android development. In the 6 months industrial training program, students will be introduced to the Android platform, Android SDK tools, Android studio and the Android enviornment used to create the Android apps. In this course, you will learn about the mobile UI design, graphics, network handling and multimedia. Android development course is a part of certification program that focuses on Java programming to develop the Android application.

After the students are clear with the basic concept, we move forward to the in depth knowledge of the subject. After the completion of the industrial training program, students will be able to devlop and design their own application.

Jobs in Android Development

Almost every handheld device is now using the Android operating system. There is no doubt that the market for Android is huge. This simply means that job opportunities for for the Android developers are also vast in India as well as abroad. Android developers are in huge demand and they enjoy secure job at very high salaries and perks.

How to kickstart your Android development career?

There are many institutes offering industrial training program in Chandigarh. But DummyByte provides the best and in class Android development course in Chandigarh. DummyByte is the best choise for you if you are for the 6 months industrial training course in Android development in Chandigarh. After the completion of the course, you will be able to develop your own Android apps. Contact DummyByte for further information of contact info@dummybyte.com.

Introduction to Android
  1. History, Features & Pre-requisites
  2. Fundamentals of Android
  3. Android SDK & IDE (Android Studio)
  4. Android Development Tools
  5. Dalvik VM
  6. Android Debug Bridge
  7. Android Emulator
  8. Android Asset Packaging Tool
  9. Android Application Architecture & Framework
    • OS layers
    • Manifest
    • Gradle
    • Resources, Assets & Drawables
    • Libraries
Android Components
  1. Activities
  2. Broadcast Recerives
  3. Services
  4. Content Providers
Building UI with Activities
  1. Activity Life Cycle
  2. Views & Layouts
  3. UI Components
  4. Intent & Intent Filters
    • Implicit Intent
    • Explicit Intent
  5. Communicating Data within Activities
  6. Fragments & Life Cycle
  7. Style & Themes
  8. Case Study 1
Advanced UI Components
  1. Selection components
    • List View
    • Grid View
    • Spinner
    • Recycler View
  2. View Pager
  3. Adapters, Custom Adapters
  4. Action Bar & Action Bar Tabs
  5. Bottom Sheets
  6. UI Optimization
  7. Menus
    • Context Menu
    • Pop Up Menu
    • Option Menu
    • Drawer Menu
Notifying User
  1. Toast
  2. Snack Bar
  3. Alert Dialog (Default & Custom UI)
  4. System & Push Notifications
  5. Alarm Manager
Android Security
  1. Security Architecture
  2. Working with Permissions & Features
  3. Case Study 2
Storage
  1. Shared Preferences
  2. Internal/External/Cache Storage
  3. Database-SQLite Realm
  4. Case Study 3 & 4
Multimedia
  1. Camera & Image
  2. Videos with Formats
  3. Audio with Formats
  4. Media Recorder
  5. Creating GIFs
Telephony Services
  1. Call Management
  2. Data connectivity
  3. Phone properties and status
  4. SMS
Broadcast Receivers
  1. Introduction to Broadcast Receivers
  2. Filters, Action & Data in Broadcast Receivers
  3. Implementing Broadcast Receivers
Services
  1. Introduction to Services
  2. Services Life Cycle
  3. Implementing Services
  4. Inter Process Communication (AIDL)
Content Providers
  1. MIME Types
  2. Inbuilt Content Providers
  3. Implementing Content Providers
  4. Case Study 5
Multithreading
  1. AsyncTask
  2. Handler
  3. Post
Network & Locations
  1. GPS & WiFi
  2. Network Locations
  3. Google Fused API
Third Party API’s
  1. Google Services
    • Google Maps
    • Current location and location updates
    • Directions & Route
    • Map Overlays & Markers
    • Google Places API
  2. Social Integration
    • Facebook
    • Google
    • Twitter
    • LinkedIn
  3. Firebase Cloud Messaging
  4. Butter Knife
Sensors
  1. Motion Sensors
  2. Position Sensors
  3. Environment Sensors
Web Services
  1. Retrofit
  2. Consuming web services
  3. Handling HTTP Response
  4. Parsing JSON & XML
  5. Case Study 6