All videos now have sub-titles to assist those who dont have english as a first language, but also for people (like me) who just like to watch videos with subtitles.
You will obtain the skills to build progressively more complex Apps using Android Marshmallow: you will start off by building basic apps, and progress to more complex apps showcasing the more advanced features of Android.
Here are the apps you will build from scratch in this course. All of these are designed to teach you Android development from scratch and get more and more complex as you work your way through the course, as we start using more advanced Android concepts in the apps being build.
A basic “hello” app, then a button click app.
A “top 10” downloader apps that downloads and parses information from apples servers regarding their up to date 10 ten lists of apps and songs from iTunes.
A youtube player to show how to play Youtube videos and playlists in your own app. And how to add your own custom code in certain places (when an ad plays, when the video starts, when the video pauses, etc).
We then move on to a Calculator app where you learn to put together a calculator and add common calculator functionality.
The Flickr app is next where you will learn how to use a popular image sharing site and how to search and retrieve a list of images by a custom search term and display them in a list and then in a separate enlarged window.
Moving on, we will develop an app that accesses the built in Android Contacts using the new Marshmallow permissions functionality.
Then we will create our own Friends app to maintain our own database of friends in a database.
The Personal notes app is next where you will build a complete personal notes application, including notification scheduler/alarm, notes capability and the use of the camera or photo gallery to add an optional picture, and then saving of the picture to the local device, Google Drive, or Dropbox.