mbl404 | undergraduate
Android Mobile Implementation
This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Layouts and Fragments
- Demonstrate how to use fragments in an Android™ application.
- Create applications that utilize proper layout strategies.
Preferences, Files, and Connectivity
- Demonstrate how to use Android™ preferences in an application.
- Create applications that access files and directories on a mobile device.
- Examine the Android™ Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that allow Bluetooth®, USB, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Services and Content Providers
- Demonstrate how to call existing services and their uses.
- Illustrate the use of content provider in an Android™ application.
- Create a custom content provider and use it in your project.
HTTP Services and Threading
- Create an application that remains responsive using threading.
- Examine Network Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that allow Android™ applications to use Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) service to manage data.
- Demonstrate how to maintain user data with web storage.
Lifecycle Management and Deployment
- Explain the development lifecycle for an Android™ application and demonstrate how to incorporate the steps into an existing project.
- Examine the various testing and debugging features of the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and explore unit testing as a fundamental step in development.
- Demonstrate how to package and deploy an Android™ application.
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