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Android Training in Malleswaram, Bangalore.

IGEEKS Technologies: Android Training Course Content

Course Duration: 1 1/2 Month.

Overview of Android

Java Editions and comparison with Android

Android Apps – Design, Vendor, Behavioral Classification

Android Architecture

Application Frameworks

Android Libraries

Android Runtime, Dalvik Virtual Machine

System Requirements

Java, Eclipse and Android SDK Installation

Android SDK & Tools

Android Virtual Devices & Device Definitions

Android Application Design

Using PhotoShop for Graphic Designing

Android Application Wireframes (screens)

Creating Android Application

Creating Configurations

Testing the app : AVD, Active device

Android Project Structure

Android Manifest file

Release process & Release build of Android Application

Signing the .apk file

Preparing the Store Listing page

Content Rating

Distributing the Application

Merchant Registration for Paid Applications

About XML – approach to design layouts

Views and Layouts

View properties

Linear Layout vs. Relative Layout vs. Frame Layout vs. Absolute Layout

Localization of UI

Best practices for targeting various form factors: phone, tablet, TV

Best practices when working designing Android UI

Creating a Test Project for Android project

Working with Test Packages

Writing test cases

Designing fragments

Fragments lifecycle

Fragment management and integration

Creating the Activity

XML versus Java UI

Selection Widgets, Using fonts

Common UI components

Handling UI events: a bit about listeners


Complex UI components

Menus and Dialogs

Tabbed Activities

Navigation Drawer


Create activity layouts programmatically

Testing and optimizing UI

What is material ?

Material properties

Material Styling / Animations

Material Patterns

Overview of Android Resources

Creating Resources

Using Resources

Drawable Resources

Animation Resources

Broadcast receiver usage patterns: when and why to use them

Implementing a broadcast receiver

Registering a broadcast receiver via the manifest file

Registering a broadcast receiver programmatically

Overview of Android services

Service lifecycle

Declaring a service

Registering a service

Starting and stopping a service

Threads and other concurrency considerations with services

Bound versus unbound services

Remote versus local services

Working with Intents

Explicit and implicit intents

Using Intents as messaging objects

Intents to start components expecting results

Storage Model selection criteria

Shared preferences

Internal Storage – Files

External Storage – SD Card

Testing the created files, tools

Content provider types

Searching for content

Adding, changing, and removing content

Native Android Content Providers

Accessing Contact Book, Calendar

Custom Content Provider classes

Publishing content providers

Understanding Web Services

Web Services Architecture

Building Server side components

Publishing web services

REST based web services

Accessing Web Services

Integrating Web Services with mobile client

Overview of networking

Checking the network status

Checking the web service status

Working with HTTP to access the web services

Document Object Model ( DOM )

Simple API for XML ( SAX )

JavaScript Object Notation ( JSON )

Parsing XML and JSON

Using Location Manager, Location Provider

GPS and Network based tracking

Testing the application using KML files

Simulation of the locations on the active device

Location Listeners and Proximity Alerts

API Version 2 of Google Maps

User Interface – MapFragments

API key generation

Registrations in the manifest file

Google Map, Camera Positions

Adding Markers, Circles, Polylines

Google Maps Directions API

Telephony background

Accessing telephony information

Monitoring data activity and connectivity

Working with messaging SMS

Playing Audio & Video

Recording Audio & Video

Customizing Camera & Capturing Photos

Voice Recognition

Text To Speech

Controlling local Bluetooth device

Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices

Managing Bluetooth connections

Communicating with Bluetooth

Facebook Integration





Monkey Runner


Who can learn android?

Any B.E/ B.Tech/ M.C.A/ M.Sc computers/ M.Tech student in any stream can choose android as his career.


Candidates receive IGEEKS Course Completion Certificate upon successful completion of course.

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