The Complete Android O Developer Course is an introductory course to Android O, the most recent version of the Android operating system.
The course is available to users of all experience levels, even those who never coded before. It needs to be noted that that some knowledge of programming concepts is helpful.
What I like particularly about the course is that it teaches you the essentials in the beginning before it dives into practical projects. You create an Instagram clone, a Super Mario clone and a Bluetooth app throughout the course. This means that it is not all just theory but something that you can play around with, optimize, work on, and even use parts of for other products.
Get up to speed with the newest updates in Android development with the web's top instructor, Rob Percival! The Complete Android O Developer Course will help beginners start building their own Android apps from scratch using the newest techniques released in Android O. From development and design to security and storage, this massive course leaves no stone unturned.
Access 88 lectures & 7.5 hours of content 24/7
Learn how to build & design secure Android apps avoiding Android Vulnerabilities
Work w/ Android layout tools to design attractive & responsive layouts
Use SQLite as local database storage & MySQL as remote database storage
Build apps w/ a real-time database using Firebase
Create clones of real world apps & online games like Twitter, Tic Tace Toe and Find My Phone
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