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Timothy Owen
Timothy is an Android and Back-end software engineer, who loves working with Java and Python. He has been building tech communities since 2017, volunteering for Andela Learning Community as a program assistant for the Facebook DevC Training and Google Africa Developer Scholarship programs. While at the university, he pioneered the Google Developer Student Club and Ingressive Campus Developers Club. He loves code, tech communities, and food. He is also enthusiastic about Site Reliability Engineering and Machine Learning.

With this knowledge you’ll be able to:

  • Work on apps with over 200,000+ users
  • Solve problems using tech and provide a solution with android apps
  • Work remotely and in top tech android companies
  • Become a successful freelancer.
  • Pay your own bills with just writing code as an Android Engineer

Description

This course will get you up to speed with building android applications. You will learn all the android cycles and frameworks to get you started with building and solving problems using applications. By the end of the course, you will be able to build apps that store data, access the internet, writing great UI for users, connecting to APIs, coding backend, and many more.

The android world is now running on tablets, smart cars, TVs, and watches. You will be able to use the skills in building apps that will run on these devices. You will be advancing your skills by building core android apps and progressing by building their complexity. With our proper project-based learning method, you will be able to build apps that meet the (Minimal Viable Product ) MVP for clients and users.


Prerequisites and requirements:

  • Familiarity with Java  is a plus (We have a course on this)

  • Powerful laptop/Computer  to run Android studio (6+GB of RAM )

  • Android studio installation (Guided on the course)

  • Good Internet Connection for installation of Android studio and Emulator


Example jobs on freelancing platforms:

  • Taxi Cabs app

  • Food Delivery apps

  • Restaurant apps 

  • Gaming apps

  • Stock inventory apps

  • Conference apps

  • Employee management apps

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter 00: Coderstrust

    • C0.01: Welcome to your learning journey!

    • C0.02: What is Coderstrust?

    • C0.03: Coderstrust & You

    • C0.04: Setting goals

    • C0.05: Join our Community

    • C0.06: How it works: Assignments

    • C0.07: How it works: Quiz

  • 2

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Android and the User Interface

    • C1.01: Intro to Android Development

    • C1.02: The Emulator and Developers' Options

    • C1.03: Interacting with Views

    • Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9

    • Lesson 11

    • Lesson 10

    • Lesson 13

    • Lesson 12

    • C1.04: Assignment

    • Upload your assignment: fill in the form and click Submit.

  • 3

    Chapter 2: The Android Listeners and Layouts

    • C2.01: The Drag and Drop

    • C2.02: The Click Listeners

    • C2.03: Lists

    • Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13

    • C2.04: Assignment

    • Upload your assignment: fill in the form and click Submit.

  • 4

    Chapter 3: The Lists and Array Adapters

    • C3.01: Activity and Intents

    • C3.02: Android Debugging

    • C3.03: User Inputs

    • C3.04: ArrayList and Adapters

    • Lesson 1 - Part 1

    • Lesson 1 - Part 2

    • Lesson 1 - Part 3

    • Lesson 1 - Part 4

    • Lesson 2 - Part 1

    • Lesson 2 - Part 2

    • Lesson 3 - Part 1

    • Lesson 3 - Part 2

    • Lesson 4 - Part 1

    • Lesson 4 - Part 2

    • C3.05: Assignment

    • Upload your assignment: fill in the form and click Submit.

  • 5

    Chapter 4: Connecting to Music and the Web

    • C4.01: Music on Android

    • C4.02: The Web View

    • C4.03: Shared Preference

    • C4.04: Menu Bar

    • Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3

    • Lesson 3 - Code Reeuse

    • Lesson 3 - Solution

    • Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14

  • 6

    Conclusion

    • One Last Step : Verification

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