You start with Hello World and work your way up to apps that schedule jobs, update settings, and use Android Architecture Components. new_releases Latest news About the course The Android Developer Fundamentals course was created by the Google Developers Training team. To take the course, you must have experience with the Java programming language. The course materials include: Codelabs with suggested homework assignments: Codelabs for Android Developer Fundamentals Concept reference chapters: Android Developer Fundamentals — Concepts Slide decks Source code in GitHub for starter apps and solution code for apps that you create in the codelabs Each lesson contains a slide deck, a concepts chapter, and in most cases, one or more codelabs. As you work through the codelabs, you create apps as a way to practice and perfect the skills you're learning. Some lessons are purely Android Study Materials conceptual and don't have codelabs. The materials are freely available online for use by instructors, or for self-study by anyone who knows the Java programming language. Android Developer Fundamentals prepares you to take the exam for the Associate Android Developer certification. What does the course cover? The course includes four teaching units, each of which includes several lessons: Unit 1: Get started Unit 2: User experience Unit 3: Working in the background Unit 4: Saving user data Unit 1: Get started This unit covers installing Android Studio, understanding project structure, building your first app, creating activities, testing your apps, and using the Android Support Library. First, you deploy a simple Hello World app.
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