Android

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One billion is a pretty big number by any measurement. However, when it's describing the speed at which something is growing, it's simply amazing. Android Market exceeded 10 billion app downloads—with a growth rate of one billion app downloads per month. We can't wait to see where this accelerating growth takes us in 2012.Yup the value of android developers also increases with this growth.

ANDROID COURSES

Mobile application is next booming area in IT industry. This android app development course is designed to get you expert in android app development. We have excellent trainers to train android application development to you. We can give our trainees to best start for android application development. We are the leading training institute in Kerala who provide android long term courses and workshop. We have designed this courses not only for BTech graduates . anyone who are interested in android application development can join our cochin institute to learn android. We provide good placement support to our android trainees.

Inside The Android Training Program You Will .

  • Master Android Development via a fun and easy to learn system
  • Learn step-by-step via android classes and assignments conducted by our excellent tutors
  • Take Weekly Exercises that are then reviewed and graded for you
  • Work on a live commercial app as part of your final project
  • Once candidates complete our Android course they may go on to independently create and publish their own Android Apps. We can help them to promote their apps.

However, this course IS for you, if any of the following apply to you

  • If you are a Beginner or an Intermediate level developer who wants to jump onto the Android Apps development bandwagon and start making money.
  • If you would like to master Android Development through a step-by-step training that is supported by excellent professionals.
  • If you have an Android App Idea or dreamed of creating one, that you believe could be the next potential blockbuster on the Android Market.
  • If you have some knowledge and background with programming in at least one other language, or understand the basics.
  • If you have a job and would like to get an immediate hike in your salary by adding this much sought after programming language to your skill set.
  • If you want to work as a freelancer that gets paid $30 to $40 per hour to write Android code, in a global market that currently has a short supply and high demand for Android coders.

Course Sylabus Cover

Core Java
Problem solving techniques and Flowcharts
Using the Building Blocks
Data Types
Controlling the Flow
Using Program Units
introduction to Java technology
Setting Up Your Computer
Java programming basics
JVM, JRE, JDK
Java Data Types and Primitive Types
Control Structure
Java Arrays
Built-in Java Classes
Creating own Classes
Packages and Java class path
Inheritance
Abstract class and Java Interface
Polymorphism
Inner class
Exception handling
Java Collections framework
GUI programming with AWT and Swing

Android Overview and History
How it all got started
Why Android is different (and important)
XML Basics
Android Stack
Overview of the stack
Linux kernel
Native libraries
Dalvik
App framework
Apps
SDK Overview
Platforms
Tools
Versions
Hello World App
Creating your first project
The manifest file
Layout resource
Running your app on Emulator
Main Building Blocks
Activities
Activity lifecycle
Intents
Services

Content Providers
Broadcast Receivers
Basic Android User Interface
XML versus Java UI
Dips and sps
Views and layouts
Common UI components
Handling user events
Android System Overview
File System
Preferences
Notifications
Security model
Advanced UI
Selection components
Adapters
Complex UI components
Building UI for performance
Menus and Dialogs
Graphics & animations
Multimedia in Android
Multimedia Supported audio formats
Audio Capturing
Simple media playback
Supported video formats
Simple video playback
SQL Database
Introducing SQLite
SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database
Opening and closing a database
Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes
Mini Project
Basic Content Providers
Content provider MIME types
Searching for content
Adding, changing, and removing content
Working with content files
Custom Content Providers
Why Content Providers
Where the content comes from
Implementing the API Supporting content files
Location Services
Working with the Location Manager
Working with Google Maps extensions
Services
Overview of services in Android
Implementing a Service
Service lifecycle
Bound versus unbound services
Intent Filters
Role of filters
Intent-matching rules
Filters in your manifest
Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers
Networking
Working with web services
Best practices
Sensors
How Sensors work
Listening to Sensor readings
Best practices for performance
WiFi
Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
Managing active connections
Managing WiFi
Telephony
Making calls
Monitoring data connectivity and activity
Accessing phone properties and status
Controlling the phone
Camera
Taking pictures
Rendering previews
Video Capturing
Bluetooth
Controlling local Bluetooth device
Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices
Managing Bluetooth connections
Communicating with Bluetooth
TTS (Text-to-Speech Converter)
TTS Basics