mbl402 | undergraduate
Android Mobile Development
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Advanced Topics in Androidâ ¢ Programming
- Use Googleâ¢ Cloud Messaging with an Androidâ¢ program.
- Access hardware sensors in an Androidâ¢ Program.
- Resolve failures in an Androidâ¢ program.
Androidâ ¢ Development Fundamentals
- Set up your Androidâ¢ development environment.
- Run your first Androidâ¢ program.
- Understand the structure of an Androidâ¢ project.
Developing an Androidâ ¢ Mobile Application
- Use the Androidâ¢ user interface.
- Understand Javaâ¢ activity in Androidâ¢ development.
- Use variables, operation, and controls in an Androidâ¢ program.
Adding Location Service, Multimedia, and Telephony
- Use Google Mapsâ¢ mapping service and application programming interface (API) in an Androidâ¢ program.
- Understand the use of picture, audio, and video.
- Understand Androidâ¢ telephony API.
Data and Notification in an Androidâ ¢ Application
- Store structured data using SQLite database.
- Use notifications in an Androidâ¢ program.
- Describe data security in a mobile device.
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