Dr. Abdul Kalam

11Th President of India

There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning.


Duration : 16 weeks
Fees :
  • Overview Of ANDROID

    Fundamental Components of Android Phones and Tablets

    Installing and Configuring Eclipse to Create Apps

    Testing Apps Using the Simulator

    Understanding Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

    Creating the User Interface (UI)

    Core Components of Android User Interfaces (UIs)

    Using Android’s XML-Based Layout System to Define UIs

    Common Widgets Buttons, Labels, Checkboxes

    UI Layout Best Practices

    Mastering User Interface Layouts

    Pros And Cons of Different Layout Models

    Using Containers to Control the Location of Widgets

    Defining a Widget's Position Relative to Other Widgets

    Overlapping Widgets, Enabling Scrolling

    Using Table-Based Layouts

  • Accepting User Input

    The Android Input Method Framework

    Getting Input from Attached and/or Internal Keyboards

    Processing Choices with Selection Lists

    Adding Icons to Selection Lists

    Using Sliders,Checkboxes,Date & Time Pickers

    Responding to Taps And Swipes

    Menus, Action-Bars and Popups

    Adding Traditional Application Menus to Apps

    Displaying Context Menus When Users Tap and Hold

    Using Action-bars (Toolbars For Android Apps)

    Displaying Popup Messages

    Advanced User Interfaces & WebKit Browser

    Embedding HTML Content in Apps with WebKit

    Displaying Analog and Digital Clocks

    Using Tabs to Display Multiple UIs

    Applying Standard Styles and Fonts

    Creating Reusable UI Components with Fragments

  • Working with App Activities & Intent Filters

    The Application Activity Lifecycle

    Saving Data when Apps are Paused Or Killed

    Using Threads to Run Background Services

    Launching Sub-Activities, Handling Phone Calls

    Optimizing Device Resources

    Data Management

    Embedding SQLite Databases in Apps

    Permanently Storing Data in Local Databases

    Retrieving Database Data when Apps Start

    Best Practices for Data Management

    Saving Files and Images

    Storing Images, Strings and Arrays

    Playing Audio and Video Files

    Best Practices for Saving Files

    Creating and Storing Wallpapers

  • Using Java Libraries and Web Services

    Using Pre-Compiled Java Libraries

    Connecting to Web Services (such as Google Maps)

    Downloading Internet Content

    Handling Rotation & Diff. Screen Sizes

    Different Strategies for Handing Screen Rotations

    Controlling UI Changes when Screens Rotate

    Issues Related to Tablets and Larger Screens

    Creating UIs that are Compatible with All Screen Sizes (Right-Sizing)

    Working with Built-in Android Features

    Accessing and Using Map View

    Getting the Location of the Phone Or Tablet

    Working with the Camera

    Working with Permissions and the Security Framework

  • Deploying to Android Devices

    Checking for and Requiring Phone or Tablet Features

    Deploying to the Android Store

    Deploying Directly to Devices

    Alternative Development Options & Other Resources

    Building Apps with Phone Gap

    Using Flex, Air and Other Development Options

    Locating Resources and Help