Android Developer

Online Course

Udacity
Android Developer

What is the course about?

Android Developer
The course Android Developer is an online class provided by Udacity. It may be possible to receive a verified certification or use the course to prepare for a degree.
Start your career as an Android developer. Learn best practices for mobile development, build a portfolio of apps, and publish your own app to Google Play.
Course description
  • Android Developer
  • 6 months (10 hrs/week)
  • We built this Nanodegree program in partnership with Google for students with intermediate programming skills who want to become professional Android developers. By the end of this program, you’ll have a diverse portfolio of projects to show employers, including your own app on Google Play.
  • We built this app development course in partnership with Google for students with intermediate programming skills who want to become professional Android developers.
  • You should have 1-2 years of experience programming in Java or another object-oriented language like Python or C++, and must be proficient using Git and GitHub.See detailed requirements.
  • Welcome! Here’s an overview of the program where you’ll create an Android app, along with some helpful resources to get you started.
  • Work with instructors step-by-step to build a cloud-connected Android app. Blending theory and practice, learn how to build great apps the right way.
  • Make your apps more responsive, and create a total user experience with home screen widgets, third-party libraries, and more. Also, learn to deeply integrate rich media, test user interfaces, and publish to Google Play.
  • Learn how to customize your Gradle build, and explore advanced topics like app testing, configuring free vs. paid apps, and creating and integrating libraries.
  • Apply the design principles that define Android’s visual language to your apps, using material design elements, transitions and graphics, across multiple form factors.
  • Integrate all you’ve learned in this program to bring your own app idea to life, and publish your app to Google Play.
  • If you don’t have programming experience, we recommend you enroll in our Android Basics Nanodegree program.
  • If you don’t have programming experience, we recommend you enroll in our Android Basics Nanodegree program.
  • Welcome to Your Nanodegree program
  • Welcome! Here’s an overview of the program where you’ll create an Android app, along with some helpful resources to get you started.
  • Developing Android Apps
  • Work with instructors step-by-step to build a cloud-connected Android app. Blending theory and practice, learn how to build great apps the right way.
  • Sandwich Club
  • Popular Movies, Stage 1
  • Popular Movies, Stage 2
  • Advanced Android App Development
  • Make your apps more responsive, and create a total user experience with home screen widgets, third-party libraries, and more. Also, learn to deeply integrate rich media, test user interfaces, and publish to Google Play.
  • Baking App
  • Gradle for Android and Java
  • Learn how to customize your Gradle build, and explore advanced topics like app testing, configuring free vs. paid apps, and creating and integrating libraries.
  • Build It Bigger
  • Material Design for Android Developers
  • Apply the design principles that define Android’s visual language to your apps, using material design elements, transitions and graphics, across multiple form factors.
  • Make Your App Material
  • You should have 1-2 years of experience programming in Java or another object-oriented language like Python or C++, and must be proficient using Git and GitHub.
  • Android dominates the market of mobile operating systems, with over 80 percent of the global market share. According to the 2017 Stack Overflow Job Trends Report, Android Developer is one of the Top-3 most in-demand developer positions in the job market.
  • In this Nanodegree program, you’ll learn best practices for Android and mobile development, build a portfolio of Android apps, and publish your own app to Google Play. By the end of the program, you will have the skills you need to become a professional Android Developer.
  • This Nanodegree program is designed to prepare you for a job as a professional, junior-level Android Developer within a wide range of organizations and environments: from large corporations where you’d likely be part of a development team, to entrepreneurial start-ups and contract projects where you could be working independently to deliver an application.
  • If you are a Java programmer who is interested in mastering the Android platform and building top-rated Android apps, this is the program for you.
  • The best way to see if you are ready for this Nanodegree program is to check out our free Developing Android Apps course. This is the first course in the program. If you are comfortable taking this course, you should be ready to enroll in the Android Developer Nanodegree program.
  • If you are not ready for this intermediate-level program, or if you are new to programming, please check out our Android Basics Nanodegree program instead of the Android Developer Nanodegree program.

Prerequisites & Facts

Android Developer

Course Topic

Android, Computer Science

University, College, Institution

Udacity

Course Skill Level

Course Language

English

Place of class

Online, self-paced (see curriculum for more information)

Degree

Certificate

Degree & Cost

Android Developer

To obtain a verified certificate from Udacity you have to finish this course or the latest version of it, if there is a new edition. The class may be free of charge, but there could be some cost to receive a verified certificate (399 USD) or to access the learning materials. The specifics of the course may have been changed, please consult the provider to get the latest quotes and news.
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