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Android App Development

Android App Development

Build the Apps You Dream Of: Master Android Development in 3 months!

Build the Apps You Dream Of: Master Android Development in 3 months!

Build the Apps You Dream Of: Master Android Development in 3 months!

DURATION

3 months

Intensive

MODE

LIVE Online

Intensive

FORMAT

Hybrid

Hands-on, Theoretic

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Program Details

Program Details

Program Details

Become the next mobile app creator! This pre-graduation Android development program equips you with the essential skills to design, build, and deploy real-world Android apps. Master the fundamentals of Android development, including the Android SDK, Java programming, and Android Studio. You'll delve into powerful tools like version control systems, API integration, and cloud development with platforms like Google Firebase. Learn to design user-friendly interfaces, manage data effectively, and leverage the power of the cloud to streamline development and create robust, functional apps. Are you ready to turn your app ideas into reality? Enroll now and take the first step towards a rewarding mobile development career!

Become the next mobile app creator! This pre-graduation Android development program equips you with the essential skills to design, build, and deploy real-world Android apps. Master the fundamentals of Android development, including the Android SDK, Java programming, and Android Studio. You'll delve into powerful tools like version control systems, API integration, and cloud development with platforms like Google Firebase. Learn to design user-friendly interfaces, manage data effectively, and leverage the power of the cloud to streamline development and create robust, functional apps. Are you ready to turn your app ideas into reality? Enroll now and take the first step towards a rewarding mobile development career!

Become the next mobile app creator! This pre-graduation Android development program equips you with the essential skills to design, build, and deploy real-world Android apps. Master the fundamentals of Android development, including the Android SDK, Java programming, and Android Studio. You'll delve into powerful tools like version control systems, API integration, and cloud development with platforms like Google Firebase. Learn to design user-friendly interfaces, manage data effectively, and leverage the power of the cloud to streamline development and create robust, functional apps. Are you ready to turn your app ideas into reality? Enroll now and take the first step towards a rewarding mobile development career!

Who should enroll?

Who should enroll?

Who should enroll?

- You have a great idea for an app and want to turn it into reality.

- You seek the skills to design and develop your own Android applications.

- You have no prior programming experience and want to get started with Android development.

- You aim to enhance your technical skills and make your resume more attractive to employers.

- You are looking to gain practical, hands-on experience in Android app development.

- You have a great idea for an app and want to turn it into reality.

- You seek the skills to design and develop your own Android applications.

- You have no prior programming experience and want to get started with Android development.

- You aim to enhance your technical skills and make your resume more attractive to employers.

- You are looking to gain practical, hands-on experience in Android app development.

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TEACHING PLAN (3 Month Program)

TEACHING PLAN (3 Month Program)

Week 1

Session 1:

- Introduction to the Android platform, its history, and its significance in the mobile app development industry.

- Overview of the Android development ecosystem and tools.

- Installing and configuring Android Studio, the official IDE for Android development.

- Tour the Android Studio interface and understand its key features.

Session 2:

- Exploring the basic structure of an Android app, including activities, layouts, and resources.

- Creating your first "Hello, Android!" app using Android Studio.

- Understanding the Android project structure and file organization.

- Running the app on an emulator or physical device.

Session 3:

- Introduction to Java programming for Android development.

- Variables, data types, operators, and control structures in Java.

- Building basic Java programs within the Android Studio environment.

- Understanding the concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP) in Java.

Week 1

Session 1:

- Introduction to the Android platform, its history, and its significance in the mobile app development industry.

- Overview of the Android development ecosystem and tools.

- Installing and configuring Android Studio, the official IDE for Android development.

- Tour the Android Studio interface and understand its key features.

Session 2:

- Exploring the basic structure of an Android app, including activities, layouts, and resources.

- Creating your first "Hello, Android!" app using Android Studio.

- Understanding the Android project structure and file organization.

- Running the app on an emulator or physical device.

Session 3:

- Introduction to Java programming for Android development.

- Variables, data types, operators, and control structures in Java.

- Building basic Java programs within the Android Studio environment.

- Understanding the concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP) in Java.

Week 1

Session 1:

- Introduction to the Android platform, its history, and its significance in the mobile app development industry.

- Overview of the Android development ecosystem and tools.

- Installing and configuring Android Studio, the official IDE for Android development.

- Tour the Android Studio interface and understand its key features.

Session 2:

- Exploring the basic structure of an Android app, including activities, layouts, and resources.

- Creating your first "Hello, Android!" app using Android Studio.

- Understanding the Android project structure and file organization.

- Running the app on an emulator or physical device.

Session 3:

- Introduction to Java programming for Android development.

- Variables, data types, operators, and control structures in Java.

- Building basic Java programs within the Android Studio environment.

- Understanding the concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP) in Java.

Week 2

Session 4:

-Deep dive into the components of an Android app (Activity, Layout, Manifest, etc.).

-Building a simple app with multiple activities and layouts.

-Implementing basic navigation between activities using intents.

-Exploring different types of layouts and using them effectively in app design.

Session 5:

-Understanding layouts and views in Android.

-Working with XML to define UI components and layouts.

-Building UI components using LinearLayout for simple and flexible UI design.

-Styling UI elements using attributes and styles.

Session 6:

-Implementing interactive UI elements such as buttons, text fields, and checkboxes.

-Handling user input and events through event listeners.

-Responding to button clicks, text input, and checkbox selections.

-Validating user input and displaying appropriate feedback.

Week 2

Session 4:

-Deep dive into the components of an Android app (Activity, Layout, Manifest, etc.).

-Building a simple app with multiple activities and layouts.

-Implementing basic navigation between activities using intents.

-Exploring different types of layouts and using them effectively in app design.

Session 5:

-Understanding layouts and views in Android.

-Working with XML to define UI components and layouts.

-Building UI components using LinearLayout for simple and flexible UI design.

-Styling UI elements using attributes and styles.

Session 6:

-Implementing interactive UI elements such as buttons, text fields, and checkboxes.

-Handling user input and events through event listeners.

-Responding to button clicks, text input, and checkbox selections.

-Validating user input and displaying appropriate feedback.

Week 2

Session 4:

-Deep dive into the components of an Android app (Activity, Layout, Manifest, etc.).

-Building a simple app with multiple activities and layouts.

-Implementing basic navigation between activities using intents.

-Exploring different types of layouts and using them effectively in app design.

Session 5:

-Understanding layouts and views in Android.

-Working with XML to define UI components and layouts.

-Building UI components using LinearLayout for simple and flexible UI design.

-Styling UI elements using attributes and styles.

Session 6:

-Implementing interactive UI elements such as buttons, text fields, and checkboxes.

-Handling user input and events through event listeners.

-Responding to button clicks, text input, and checkbox selections.

-Validating user input and displaying appropriate feedback.

Week 3

Session 7:

- Introduction to RelativeLayout and ConstraintLayout for more complex UI design.

- Building a calculator app with advanced UI layouts and interactive functionality.

Session 8:

- Working with images and resources in Android apps.

- Managing app resources and supporting multiple screensizes.

- Displaying images from various sources (local, remote, etc.) in ImageView.

- Developing a weather app with dynamic weather icons and resource management.

Session 9:

- Understanding the activity lifecycle and managing state changes.

- Handling configuration changes (orientation, language, etc.) and preserving data.

- Implementing lifecycle callbacks (onCreate, onPause, on Resume, etc.) for managing app behavior.

- Creating custom UI components and applying styling.

- Implementing complex UI interactions such as gestures and touch events.

Week 3

Session 7:

- Introduction to RelativeLayout and ConstraintLayout for more complex UI design.

- Building a calculator app with advanced UI layouts and interactive functionality.

Session 8:

- Working with images and resources in Android apps.

- Managing app resources and supporting multiple screensizes.

- Displaying images from various sources (local, remote, etc.) in ImageView.

- Developing a weather app with dynamic weather icons and resource management.

Session 9:

- Understanding the activity lifecycle and managing state changes.

- Handling configuration changes (orientation, language, etc.) and preserving data.

- Implementing lifecycle callbacks (onCreate, onPause, on Resume, etc.) for managing app behavior.

- Creating custom UI components and applying styling.

- Implementing complex UI interactions such as gestures and touch events.

Week 3

Session 7:

- Introduction to RelativeLayout and ConstraintLayout for more complex UI design.

- Building a calculator app with advanced UI layouts and interactive functionality.

Session 8:

- Working with images and resources in Android apps.

- Managing app resources and supporting multiple screensizes.

- Displaying images from various sources (local, remote, etc.) in ImageView.

- Developing a weather app with dynamic weather icons and resource management.

Session 9:

- Understanding the activity lifecycle and managing state changes.

- Handling configuration changes (orientation, language, etc.) and preserving data.

- Implementing lifecycle callbacks (onCreate, onPause, on Resume, etc.) for managing app behavior.

- Creating custom UI components and applying styling.

- Implementing complex UI interactions such as gestures and touch events.

Week 4

Session 10

- Creating and navigating between activities in Android apps.

- Implementing explicit and implicit intents for interactivity.

- Passing data between activities using intent extras and Parcelable objects.

- Implementing back navigation and up navigation in the app.

Session 11

- Introduction to Fragments and their lifecycle.

- Building a notes app with multiple fragments and navigation between them.

- Using Fragment Transaction to add, replace, and remove fragments dynamically.

- Implementing communication between fragments using interfaces or shared ViewModel.

Session 12

- Exploring content providers for accessing device data.

- Understanding the basics of content providers, content URIs, and MIME types.

- Implementing a contacts app with content provider integration to display and manipulate contacts data.

- Requesting and managing runtime permissions to access sensitive data.

Week 4

Session 10

- Creating and navigating between activities in Android apps.

- Implementing explicit and implicit intents for interactivity.

- Passing data between activities using intent extras and Parcelable objects.

- Implementing back navigation and up navigation in the app.

Session 11

- Introduction to Fragments and their lifecycle.

- Building a notes app with multiple fragments and navigation between them.

- Using Fragment Transaction to add, replace, and remove fragments dynamically.

- Implementing communication between fragments using interfaces or shared ViewModel.

Session 12

- Exploring content providers for accessing device data.

- Understanding the basics of content providers, content URIs, and MIME types.

- Implementing a contacts app with content provider integration to display and manipulate contacts data.

- Requesting and managing runtime permissions to access sensitive data.

Week 4

Session 10

- Creating and navigating between activities in Android apps.

- Implementing explicit and implicit intents for interactivity.

- Passing data between activities using intent extras and Parcelable objects.

- Implementing back navigation and up navigation in the app.

Session 11

- Introduction to Fragments and their lifecycle.

- Building a notes app with multiple fragments and navigation between them.

- Using Fragment Transaction to add, replace, and remove fragments dynamically.

- Implementing communication between fragments using interfaces or shared ViewModel.

Session 12

- Exploring content providers for accessing device data.

- Understanding the basics of content providers, content URIs, and MIME types.

- Implementing a contacts app with content provider integration to display and manipulate contacts data.

- Requesting and managing runtime permissions to access sensitive data.

Week 5

Session 13

- Working with Shared Preferences for storing app preferences.

- Saving and retrieving simple data types (strings, booleans, etc.) using Shared Preferences.

- Building a settings screen with persistent user preferences using Preference Fragment.

Session 14

- Introduction to SQLite databases and CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations.

- Creating database tables and executing SQL queries using SQLiteOpenHelper.

- Developing a simple task manager app with database integration to store and manage tasks.

- Displaying task lists and implementing CRUD operations on tasks.

Session 15

- Retrieving device data using content providers and managing permissions.

- Querying and displaying device contacts using the ContactsContract content provider.

- Handling contact selection and interaction using intents.

- Building a media player app with content provider

integration to access and play media files.

Week 5

Session 13

- Working with Shared Preferences for storing app preferences.

- Saving and retrieving simple data types (strings, booleans, etc.) using Shared Preferences.

- Building a settings screen with persistent user preferences using Preference Fragment.

Session 14

- Introduction to SQLite databases and CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations.

- Creating database tables and executing SQL queries using SQLiteOpenHelper.

- Developing a simple task manager app with database integration to store and manage tasks.

- Displaying task lists and implementing CRUD operations on tasks.

Session 15

- Retrieving device data using content providers and managing permissions.

- Querying and displaying device contacts using the ContactsContract content provider.

- Handling contact selection and interaction using intents.

- Building a media player app with content provider

integration to access and play media files.

Week 5

Session 13

- Working with Shared Preferences for storing app preferences.

- Saving and retrieving simple data types (strings, booleans, etc.) using Shared Preferences.

- Building a settings screen with persistent user preferences using Preference Fragment.

Session 14

- Introduction to SQLite databases and CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations.

- Creating database tables and executing SQL queries using SQLiteOpenHelper.

- Developing a simple task manager app with database integration to store and manage tasks.

- Displaying task lists and implementing CRUD operations on tasks.

Session 15

- Retrieving device data using content providers and managing permissions.

- Querying and displaying device contacts using the ContactsContract content provider.

- Handling contact selection and interaction using intents.

- Building a media player app with content provider

integration to access and play media files.

Week 6
Session 16:

- Handling data from a RESTful API and parsing JSON.

- Making HTTP requests using libraries like Retrofit or HttpURLConnection.

- Parsing JSON responses and extracting data using libraries like Gson or JSON parsing APIs.

- Implementing a news reader app with real-time data from an API to display news articles.



Session 17:

- Diffutils

- Displaying dynamic lists with RecyclerView.

- Understanding the RecyclerView architecture and its benefits over ListView.

- Implementing a contact list app with RecyclerView integration to display and manage contacts.

- Implementing click listeners and context menus for RecyclerView items.



Session 18:

- Integrating third-party libraries and APIs in Android apps.

- Evaluating and selecting relevant libraries for specific functionalities.

- Integrating a third-party library like Retrofit or Picasso to enhance API communication or image loading.

- Developing a weather app with API integration for real-time weather data.

Week 6
Session 16:

- Handling data from a RESTful API and parsing JSON.

- Making HTTP requests using libraries like Retrofit or HttpURLConnection.

- Parsing JSON responses and extracting data using libraries like Gson or JSON parsing APIs.

- Implementing a news reader app with real-time data from an API to display news articles.



Session 17:

- Diffutils

- Displaying dynamic lists with RecyclerView.

- Understanding the RecyclerView architecture and its benefits over ListView.

- Implementing a contact list app with RecyclerView integration to display and manage contacts.

- Implementing click listeners and context menus for RecyclerView items.



Session 18:

- Integrating third-party libraries and APIs in Android apps.

- Evaluating and selecting relevant libraries for specific functionalities.

- Integrating a third-party library like Retrofit or Picasso to enhance API communication or image loading.

- Developing a weather app with API integration for real-time weather data.

Week 6
Session 16:

- Handling data from a RESTful API and parsing JSON.

- Making HTTP requests using libraries like Retrofit or HttpURLConnection.

- Parsing JSON responses and extracting data using libraries like Gson or JSON parsing APIs.

- Implementing a news reader app with real-time data from an API to display news articles.



Session 17:

- Diffutils

- Displaying dynamic lists with RecyclerView.

- Understanding the RecyclerView architecture and its benefits over ListView.

- Implementing a contact list app with RecyclerView integration to display and manage contacts.

- Implementing click listeners and context menus for RecyclerView items.



Session 18:

- Integrating third-party libraries and APIs in Android apps.

- Evaluating and selecting relevant libraries for specific functionalities.

- Integrating a third-party library like Retrofit or Picasso to enhance API communication or image loading.

- Developing a weather app with API integration for real-time weather data.

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT TRACK

CAREER DEVELOPMENT TRACK

  1. Pregrad Career Assist Access

  • Mentoring

  • career-specific resume tailoring

  1. Personal Branding

  • Build and showcase your skills in public

  • Strategic LinkedIn profiling

  1. Community Session

  • Strengthen Communication

  • Improve presentation skills

  1. Interview Preparation

  • Mock community sessions & GD

  • Art of negotiation

  1. Domain workshops/Masterclasses

  • Masterclasses from professionals

  • HR Session

  1. Career Kick-start

  • Internship/Freelance/ Applications & Interview

  • Placement assistance in final year

Total Fee of the Program

₹ 17700/- Including tax

(Non-refundable)

0% cost EMI Option Available*

EMI options for admission will not be available on discounted Fee or admission through scholarship

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