Android App Development Online Training
In this intermediate Android skills training, Ben Finkel shows learners how to develop an Android app with Java.
Android is the mobile-based operating system developed by Google, which runs on the vast majority of mobile devices in the world. Depending on who you ask, between 75 and 85 percent of mobile devices are running the Android operating system. There’s a clear benefit to learning to develop for the most popular mobile OS in the world. If that’s the path you intend to take, you not only need to learn the Android SDK, but also the language Android was written in — the Java programming language.
This course uses our virtual lab environment to give you real-world practice developing and deploying an Android app. You'll also have the opportunity to apply what you learned in our Java Essentials course.
For anyone who manages IT training, this software development training can be used to onboard new software developers, curated into individual or team training plans, or deployed as a software development reference resource.
Android App Development: What You Need to Know
This Android App Development training covers app development topics including:
- Introduction to Android app development
- Installing android tools
- Developing your first android app
- Deploying an app locally
- User interface (UI)
- Introduction to data storage
- Android notifications
Who Should Take Android App Development Training?
This Android App Development training is considered professional-level software development training, which means it was designed for new software developers.
New or aspiring software developers. This course was specifically designed with new or aspiring software developers in mind. You’ll learn about developing an Android App and deploying it locally, as well as gain insight into User Interface, Data Storage, Android Notifications, and more. While this software development training does not prepare you for a certification exam, it can help you transition into an app developer role.