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At CoreXtrime Consulting Service, we provide excellent Android Training, Android development course, android project training to our students to make them capable to develop any type of applications.With our Android training institute in Ahmedabad, Our highly experience training faculties are well-versed in providing effectual Android training from starting to completion of training.


If there is an environment that has achieved unquestionable fame in the multimedia world, it is Android. Smartphones (smartphones), players, televisions, projectors, GPS … a multitude of devices offer an unbeatable user experience and quality. A reduced version of Linux and the Java language together with increasingly powerful hardware, Android training in Ahmedabad offer us access to a world full of possibilities that continues to evolve.

Android is the most important smartphone platform by volume of installations. In this course we will see a great introduction to the Android world and application programming in its Java language. With this course, the user will be able to develop fully functional applications of many types on mobile devices.

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Android is an open source operating system that is based on Linux kernel based system mainly used in phones, cell phones or tablets to run and create basic and advanced apps.Android is developed by a consortium of developers known as the Open Handset Alliance and commercially sponsored by Google. It was unveiled in November 2007, with the first commercial Android device, the HTC Dream, being launched in September 2008.The source code has been used to develop variants of Android on a range of other electronics, such as game consoles, digital cameras, portable media players, PCs, each with a specialized user interface. Some well known derivatives include Android TV for televisions and Wear OS for wearables, both developed by Google. Software packages on Android, which use the APK format, are generally distributed through proprietary application stores like Google Play Store, Amazon Appstore (including for Windows 11), Samsung Galaxy Store, Huawei AppGallery, Cafe Bazaar, and GetJar, or open source platforms like Aptoide or F-Droid.

CORE JAVA [ <– Must Prerequisite] + Advance Android

Course Curriculum

  • The Genesis of Java
  • An Overview of Java
  • Data Types, Variables, and Arrays
  • Operators
  • Control Statements
  • Exception Handling
  • Operation on Files
  • Scope modifiers (Encapsulation)
  • Introducing Classes
  • A Closer Look at Methods and Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Packages and Interfaces
  • Exception Handling
  • Multithreaded Programming
  • I/O, Applets, and Other Topics
  • String Handling
  • Exploring java.lang
  • util Part : The Collections Framework
  • Input/Output: Exploring
  • Networking
  • The Applet Class

Module 1 : Introduction to Android Programming
– Course Introduction

Module 02: Android Overview and History

  • How it all got started
  • Why Android is different (and important)
  • Native Android Applications
  • Android SDK Features

Module 03: Android Overview and History

  • Android Development Environment
  • Elements of Android SDK
  • Android Software Stack
  • Android Application Architecture
  • Android Libraries Page
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Initial Configuration of the Android SDK

Module 04: Android Stack

  • Overview of the stack
  • Linux kernel
  • Native libraries
  • Dalvik
  • App framework
  • Apps
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Configure Initial Application, Run in Emulator

Module 05: SDK Overview

  • Platforms
  • Tools
  • Versions
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Download and Create in Android Virtual Device Manager

Module 06: Hello World App

  • Creating your first project
  • The manifest file
  • Layout resource
  • Running your app on Emulator
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create, Compile and Run ‘Hello, Android’ App

Module 07: Hello World App Demo

Module 08: Main Building Blocks

  • Activities
  • Activity lifecycle
  • Intents
  • Services
  • Content Providers
  • Broadcast Receivers
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Review Activities, Intents , and Content Providers

Module 09: Main Building Blocks Demo

Module 10 : Basic Android User Interface

  • XML versus Java UI
  • Dips and sps
  • Views and layouts
  • Common UI components
  • Handling user events
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create Application with onClick, onKeyDown, onFocusChanged Event Handlers

Module 11: Basic Android User Interface Demo

Module 12: Android System Overview

  • File System
  • Preferences
  • Notifications
  • Security model
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create Application with Toast Notifications

Module 13: Advanced Android User Interface – Part One

  • Selection components
  • Adapters
  • Complex UI components
  • Building UI for performance

Module 14: Advanced Android User Interface – Part Two

  • Menus and Dialogs
  • Graphics
  • Animation
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create Application with Android’s Advanced User Interface Functions

Module 15: Advanced Android User Interface Demo

Module 16: Multimedia in Android

  • Multimedia Supported audio formats
  • Simple media playback
  • Supported video formats
  • Simple video playback
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create Android Audio/Video Application

Module 17: Multimedia in Android Demo

Module 18: SQL Database

  • Introducing SQLite
  • SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database
  • Opening and closing a database
  • Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create Application to Create, Modify and Query an SQLite Database

Module 19: SQL Database Demo

Module 20: Basic Content Providers

  • Content provider MIME types
  • Searching for content
  • Adding, changing, and removing content
  • Working with content files
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create Application that Works with an Android Content Provider

Module 21: Basic Content Providers Demo

Module 22 : Data Storage, Retrieval and Sharing

  • Android Techniques for Saving Data
  • Saving Simple Application Data
  • Creating and Saving Preferences
  • Retrieving Shared Preferences
  • Saving Activity State
  • Creating a Preferences Page
  • Saving and Loading Files
  • Practical Lab Exercise: Create application that performs Data Storage and Retrieval from Android External Storage

Module 23: Mapping and Location Based Services

  • Using Location Based Services
  • Setting up your Emulator with Location Based Services
  • Selecting a Location Provider
  • Finding Your Location
  • Using Proximity Alerts
  • Using the Geocoder
  • Creating MapBased Activities
  • Lab Exercise: Create Location
  • Aware application that uses Proximity Alerts and Google Maps API

Module 24: Mapping and Location Based Services Demo

Working in the Background

  • Introducing Services
  • Using Background Worker Threads
  • Introducing Notifications
  • Using Alarms
  • Lab Exercise: Create application with One
  • Time, Repeating Alarms, and Long
  • Running Background Task as Service

Module 25 : Main Live Project Work [ Application ]