Fully updated for the latest Android and Android Studio version, this hands-on course is for software developers who need to quickly learn how to write Android applications for both phones and tablets. It begins by introducing the new Android Studio and SDK Tools. Learn the organization of an Android project, including Java source code and XML layout. Gain knowledge on how to use popular widgets such as text views, buttons, and lists. The key Android classes, including: Activity, Service, Broadcast Receiver, and Content Provider are covered. Plus, how to access the network, use WebView, access web services, perform file I/O, use the camera, and more. By completion, you will have the skills to create exciting Android applications.
Note: Prerequisite: "Android Java Programming" or similar experience.
Course Number: CSE-41145
Credit: 3 units
M, 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Location: Room 307, UCSD Extension University City Ctr, 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Class Type: In-class—traditional classroom instruction
Instructor: Kent K Yang, B.A., Sun Certified Java Developer, Computer Software Consultant; Sr. Technical Manager G2 Software Systems; Independent Contractor, SPAWAR
Textbooks: Required Books
Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, 2/E (2nd Edition) by Marsicano, Phillips, Stewart, Hardy
You may purchase textbooks via the UCSD Bookstore.
No refunds after 10/01/16.