Android Development Programming with Android Studio for Beginners

Learn the dynamics of modern App Development and programming using the Android Studios for a rewarding career.

(android) / ISBN : 978-1-61691-982-5
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About This Course

This Android App Development course is a step-by-step beginner’s guide for learning the basics of Android OS, IDE, Gradle, and SDK. With this course, you’ll learn how to develop applications for the newest devices including smartphones and tablets. You’ll get hands-on access to Android Studio. Being one of the most popular mobile platforms worldwide today, the Android OS can be your go-to niche if you want to make it big in the world of mobile app development.

Skills You’ll Get

  • Install and use Android Studio 2
  • Integrate SMS functionality exploring the Telephony API, permission handling, broadcast receivers, and message composition/delivery intricacies. 
  • Understand the intent behind building dynamic apps
  • Create rich and engaging user interfaces
  • Manage data effectively within the app
  • Learn UI/UX best practices for improved user experiences
  • Master the art of packaging & publishing your apps

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14+ Lessons | 60+ Quizzes | 79+ Flashcards | 79+ Glossary of terms


30+ Pre Assessment Questions | 30+ Post Assessment Questions |

Hands-On Labs

1+ LiveLab | 00+ Minutes



  • Who This Book Is For
  • What This Book Covers
  • How This Book Is Structured
  • What You Need to Use This Book
  • Conventions

Getting Started with Android Programming

  • What Is Android?
  • Obtaining the Required Tools
  • Launching Your First Android Application
  • Summary

Using Android Studio for Android Development

  • Exploring the IDE
  • Using Code Completion
  • Debugging Your Application
  • Publishing Your Application
  • Summary

Activities, Fragments, and Intents

  • Understanding Activities
  • Linking Activities Using Intents
  • Fragments
  • Displaying Notifications
  • Summary

Getting to Know the Android User Interface

  • Understanding the Components of a Screen
  • Adapting to Display Orientation
  • Managing Changes to Screen Orientation
  • Utilizing the Action Bar
  • Creating the User Interface Programmatically
  • Listening for UI Notifications
  • Summary

Designing Your User Interface with Views

  • Using Basic Views
  • Using Picker Views
  • Using List Views to Display Long Lists
  • Understanding Specialized Fragments
  • Summary

Displaying Pictures and Menus with Views

  • Using Image Views to Display Pictures
  • Using Menus with Views
  • Using WebView
  • Summary

Data Persistence

  • Saving and Loading User Preferences
  • Persisting Data to Files
  • Creating and Using Databases
  • Summary

Content Providers

  • Sharing Data in Android
  • Using a Content Provider
  • Creating Your Own Content Providers
  • Using the Content Provider
  • Summary


  • SMS Messaging
  • Sending Email
  • Summary

Location-Based Services

  • Displaying Maps
  • Getting Location Data
  • Monitoring a Location
  • Summary


  • Consuming Web Services Using HTTP
  • Consuming JSON Services
  • Summary

Developing Android Services

  • Creating Your Own Services
  • Establishing Communication Between a Service and an Activity
  • Binding Activities to Services
  • Understanding Threading
  • Summary

Video Tutorials

  • Getting Started with an Android Phone
  • Brief Introduction to an Android Phone
  • Android Screen
  • Using Stylus with an Android Phone
  • Android Camera
  • Using Gestures to Interact with an Android Phone
  • Using Keypad to Interact with an Android Phone
  • Contacts in an Android Phone
  • Messaging in an Android Phone
  • Getting Connected to the Internet
  • Getting Started with an Email Application in an Android Phone
  • Music App
  • WrapUp


Getting Started with Android Programming

  • Opening an Existing Database

Using Android Studio for Android Development

  • Using the Code Completion Tool
  • Debugging an Application
  • Publishing an Application

Activities, Fragments, and Intents

  • Understanding the Life Cycle of an Activity
  • Applying Styles and Themes to an Activity
  • Hiding the Activity Title
  • Displaying a Dialog Window
  • Displaying a Progress Dialog Window
  • Passing Data Using an Intent Object
  • Linking Activities Using Intents
  • Returning Results from an Intent
  • Using Fragments
  • Adding Fragments During Runtime
  • Understanding the Life Cycle of a Fragment
  • Communicating Between Fragments
  • Understanding the Intent Object
  • Displaying Notifications on the Status Bar

Getting to Know the Android User Interface

  • Placing a TextView Within a FrameLayout
  • Using TableLayout
  • Using RelativeLayout
  • Using FrameLayout
  • Using ScrollView
  • Adapting to Display Orientation
  • Anchoring Views in the Android App
  • Understanding the Activity Behavior When Orientation Changes
  • Showing and Hiding the Action Bar
  • Adding Action Items to the Action Bar
  • Creating the UI Via Code

Designing Your User Interface with Views

  • Handling View Events
  • Using the ProgressBar View
  • Using the AutoCompleteTextView
  • Using the TimePicker View
  • Using a Dialog to Display the TimePicker View
  • Using the DatePicker View
  • Displaying a Long List of Items Using the ListView
  • Enabling Filtering and Multi-Item Support in the ListView
  • Storing Items in the strings.xml File
  • Checking Which Items Are Selected
  • Using the SpinnerView to Display One Item at a Time
  • Creating and Using a List Fragment
  • Creating and Using a Preference Fragment
  • Creating and Using a Dialog Fragment

Displaying Pictures and Menus with Views

  • Using the Image View
  • Using the ImageSwitcher View
  • Using the GridView View
  • Creating the Menu Helper Methods
  • Displaying an Options Menu
  • Displaying a Context Menu
  • Using the WebView View

Data Persistence

  • Saving Data to Internal Storage
  • Saving Data to External Storage
  • Creating the DBAdapter Helper Class
  • Adding Contacts to a Table
  • Retrieving All Contacts from a Table
  • Retrieving a Contact from a Table
  • Updating a Contact in a Table
  • Deleting a Contact from a Table

Take the First Step Towards Learning Android App Development 

It’s time to build an exciting career in the world of Android app development and turn your ideas into reality. 


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