This course is a part of the Android Basics Nanodegree by Google.
Android apps are everywhere and learning to build them can be a fantastic career move. Continue on your Android app development education and learn to build multi-screen apps!
This course is designed for students who have completed the Android for Beginners course. You don’t need any programming experience besides that course!
Learning anything new can be tough. We will walk you through the process of making Android apps, but to get the most out of this course, bring your enthusiasm for learning, and budget time on your calendar to learn with us. It will be an adventure!
By the end of the course, you’ll build a language-learning app that you can share with your friends.
If you’re curious about the road even farther ahead, these are the free courses that make up the Android Basics Nanodegree, in order:
Android Basics: User Interface
Android Basics: User Input
Android Basics: Multiscreen Apps (This Course)
Android Basics: Networking
Android Basics: Data Storage
Intents and Activities
Introduce yourself to the Miwok language app and create multiple screens within the app.,Build Activities and link them together using Intents and a learn new way of using buttons.,Learn and practice how to structure apps with multiple screens for an intuitive user experience
Data, Loops, and Custom Classes
Begin to harness the real power of object-oriented programming by building your own custom class to store real-life data.,Leverage the power of loops when displaying lots of data to a user.,Store information in efficient data structures and learn how to efficiently display the data in a scrolling list.
Images and Visual Polish
Gorgeous apps not only delight users, they captivate them to stay - follow us through easy steps to visually polish your app.,Learn how to add images to your app and how to refine the layout and user interface.,Learn and practice as we guide you through steps all developer utilize when scoping out a new feature.
Audio and Libraries
Make use of the vast Android ecosystem as you learn to play audio in your app using an external library.,Leverage the Android's activity lifecycle and audio to create interactive and audible user experiences.,Continue to cement the foundations of Android that will help you to continue building dynamic apps.
Navigation Patterns Using Fragments
In this optional lesson, you'll respond to a designer's feedback and re-build the layout of the Miwok app with a slick user interface.,Through the process of refactoring an app's user interface, learn about a new navigation pattern that uses fragments and tabs.
Dimitrios Tosidis completed this course, spending 8 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
It is a great introduction to the intents, adapter pattern and the intent tabs. You can learn, how to switch fragments and make generic object types. You can play also with audio, pictures and resources. A great experience for someone, who wants to see an architecture.