Android™ is a incredible tool for creating a number of embedded applications ranging from smartphones to set-top boxes to consumer appliances.
This course provides the attendee a quick overview of how to set up for Android™ development while providing for an understanding of Android™, its services and how it fits in the overall Linux run time. This three-day class will provide you everything you need to know to get started with Android™ so you can start making your own applications and appliances that run this incredibly powerful platform.
The course is designed to introduce the concepts and characteristics of Android™ development. The students will learn:
- Introduction to Android
- Setting up for Android™ Development
- Building/Debugging Code for Android™
- Structure and Lifecycle of Applications
- Key Android™ Services
- Graphics in Android
- User Interface Events
- Telephony Support
- Sounds and Multimedia Support
- Location Services
- Bluetooth Services
- Handset-Oriented Services
- Platform integration
Introduction To Android™ Application Development is a three-day course aimed at providing engineers the knowledge necessary to use Android™. The course is comprised of both lecture and hands-on lab exercises. The labs are integral to the course and are designed to reinforce the concepts presented during lecture.
The course materials include a workbook that contains all of the slides presented during the lectures as well as hands-on lab exercises. The course is taught using Linux-hosted, multi-core laptops configured with Android SDK to demonstrate the concepts of the Android development environment.
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