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Android Development Professional Role Based Training

Online Instructor led Course

Platform: This course is delivered as a highly interactive session, with extensive live examples. This course is Live Instructor led Online training delivered using Cisco Webex Meeting center Web and Audio Conferencing tool.

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Role-Specific Training – Traditional training focuses on an overall business process, without regard for the individual’s role. By contrast, Zaran Tech’s series of role-based courses delivers in-depth training on a specific role within the business process.

Hands-on Mentoring – Our expert trainer’s work side-by-side with each trainee and teach proven discipline and techniques for successful delivery. Mentoring is “hands-on” as part of actual projects to gain real-time experience.

Real-time Project Experience – Comprehension of practical skills is both reinforced and demonstrated in our training programs by completing Case studies of actual projects.

Certification Exams –Our trainers are all certified and provide expert industry level guidance to certification exams with tips and tricks to guarantee consistency of skills and practices for a successful completion of certification.

Ongoing Education – Zaran Tech continues to offer new courses so you can keep up-to-date on latest technologies and best practices.

After reviewing your goals, and assessing your current IT skills capability, ZaranTech will tailor an after-the-training program and placement plan that will meet your needs in successful placement. This includes Resume preparation assistance, Mock interviews (technical and project based), Soft Skills and On-the-job support.

Topics Covered

Modules Covered in this Training

In this training, attendees learn:
Module 1. What and Why of Android?
Module 2. The Android Architecture
Module 3. Setting up Android SDK, Eclipse and First Project
Module 4. The Building Blocks in Android
Module 5. Android User Interface plus Layouts
Module 6. Android Security Model
Module 7. Resources and I18N
Module 8. Preferences, the Filesystem, the Options Menu, and Intents
Module 9. Services
Module 10. The Database
Module 11. Lists and Adapters
Module 12. Broadcast Receivers
Module 13. Content Providers
Module 14. System Services
Module 15. The Android Interface Definition Language
Module 16. The Native Development Kit (NDK)
Module 17. Real Time Project Implementation
Attendees also learn:

Resume Preparation Guidelines and Tips
Mock Interviews and Interview Preparation Tips
Topics Covered

What and Why of Android?

Open Source Platform
History and Need for Android
Google’s Motivation
Open Handset Alliance
Android Versions
The Android Architecture

Stack Overview
Features of Android
Native Libraries
Dalvik
Android and Java
Application Framework
Applications
The APK
Application Signing
Application Distribution
Setting up Android SDK, Eclipse and First Project

Installing the Android SDK
Installing Eclipse
Understanding Eclipse Workspace
Setting Up Android Development Tools
Creating a New Project
Manifest File
Layout XML Code
Strings file
The R File
Understanding Java Source Code
The Emulator
Creating Android Virtual Devices
The Building Blocks in Android

What Are Main Building Blocks?
A Real-World Example
Activities
Activity Life Cycle
Displaying a Dialog Window
Linking Activities using Intents
Calling build in Applications using Intents
Intents
Services
Content Providers
Broadcast Receivers
Application Context
Android User Interface plus Layouts

Two Ways to Create a User Interface
Declarative User Interface
Programmatic User Interface
The Best of Both Worlds
Views and Layouts
Linear Layout
Table Layout
Frame Layout
Relative Layout
Absolute Layout
Scroll View
Important Widget Properties
Strings Resource
Creating your Application-Specific Object and Initialization Code
Compiling Code and Building Your Projects: Saving Files
Updating the Manifest File for Internet Permission
Logging in Android
LogCat
Threading in Android
Single Thread
Multithreaded Execution
AsyncTask
Adding Color and Graphics
Adding Color
Alternative Resources
Optimizing the User Interface
Hierarchy Viewer
Android Security Model

Overview of Android security architecture
Signing application package
User IDs and access control
Using, declaring and enforcing permissions
URI permissions
Resources and I18N

Overview of resources in Android
Creating resources
Using resources
Drawable resources
Animation resources
Using resources for different languages
Preferences, the Filesystem, the Options Menu, and Intents

Preferences
Prefs Resource
Prefs Activity
Update the Manifest File
The Options Menu
The Menu Resource
Android System Resources
Update Status Activity to Load the Menu
Update Status Activity to Handle Menu Events
Strings Resource
Shared Preferences
The Filesystem Explained
Exploring the Filesystem
Filesystem Partitions
System Partition
SDCard Partition
The User Data Partition
Filesystem Security
Services

Performing long running tasks in a Service
Update the Manifest File
Add Menu Items
Update the Options Menu Handling
Testing the Service
Looping in the Service
Testing the Service
The Database

About SQLite
DbHelper
The Database Schema and Its Creation
Four Major Operations
Cursors
First Example
Update Updater Service
Testing the Service
Database Constraints
Refactoring Status Data
Lists and Adapters

Timeline Activity
Basic Timeline Activity Layout
Introducing Scroll View
About Adapters
Creating a Row Layout
Initial App Setup
Base Activity
Toggle Service
Broadcast Receivers

About Broadcast Receivers
Boot Receiver
Registering the Boot Receiver with the Android Manifest File
Broadcasting Intents
The Network Receiver
Adding Custom Permissions to Send and Receive Broadcasts
Declaring Permissions in the Manifest File
Updating the Services to Enforce Permissions
Content Providers

Creating a Content Provider
Defining the URI
Inserting Data
Updating Data
Deleting Data
Querying Data
Getting the Data Type
Updating the Android Manifest File
Using Content Providers through Widgets
Testing the Widget
System Services

Common Steps in Using System Services
Location Service
Updating Our Preferences
Intent Service
Alarms
Sending Notifications
The Android Interface Definition Language

Implementing the Remote Service
Writing the AIDL
Implementing the Service
Implementing a Parcel
Registering with the Manifest File
Implementing the Remote Client
Binding to the Remote Service
Testing That It All Works
The Native Development Kit (NDK)

What Is and Isn’t the NDK For?
Problems Solved by the NDK
The Tool chain
Packaging Your Libs
Documentation and Standardized Headers
An NDK Example: Fibonacci
FibLib
The JNI Header File
C Implementation
The Make file
Building the Shared Library
The Fibonacci Activity
Testing That It All Works
Real Time Project Implementation

Implementing a Project by following the Complete SDLC
Fixing the Bugs by emphasising more on Debugging Skills
More about Deploying the Project
Interview Questions Discussion
Resume Preparation

Who should attend

The person having a little knowledge of core java along with an analytical blend of mind and logic reasoning can learn Android easily.
We will provide you with Pre-recorded Videos of Core Java if you need.

Pre-requisites

The person having a little knowledge of core java along with an analytical blend of mind and logic reasoning can learn Android easily.
We will provide you with Pre-recorded Videos of Core Java if you need.

What you need to bring

Internet and Computer/Laptop

Key Takeaways

Work with the basics of Android and understand the role of Java in its applications.
Test and debug Android applications.
Create interactive Android user interfaces.
Handle gestures.
Store and retrieve data.
Use location services and maps.
Add graphics, audio and video to Android applications Integrate search into applications.
Publish apps to the App Marketplace.
Build web applications.
Implement Android development.
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About the Trainer

Vipul

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14 years of experience in consulting / training and mentoring participants on the design, infrastructure, integration aspects in the training.
Have extensively travelled and mentioned participants in different organizations in countries like RBC [Luxemburg], Motorola [Germany], PayPal [Dublin], GVT [Brazil], Virtusa [Sri Lanka], Damac [Dubai], Rogers Telecom [Canada], D&B, HBO, Micron, EMC, e-Rewards, Maximus [USA].
Have assisted and providing consulting to ADP, Diebold, Level 3 Communications, e- Rewards, South West Airlines and other Corporates on their Process Requirements in the areas of BPM. Extensive CRM experience with various projects.
Was a part of the Core Initial Team for exploring HD Insight [Hadoop on Windows] for Microsoft India Development Center and have mentored multiple batches of Developers, Project Managers and Development Testers.
Have mentored participants in J P Morgan, TCS, HCL, Accenture in Hadoop and its eco-system components like Hike, HBase, Pig and Sqoop. Have also been involved in assisting the organizations in setting up their initial Hadoop team.
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