Android Marshmallow came with brand new offerings for smartphones and smartwatches, allowing us with more features such as Google Now on Tap, better battery life, native support for fingerprint sensor and so much more. This allowed Marshmallow to become one of the fastest accepted Android update, with many people jumping at the chance to start developing apps for it.
Now, you can too build your own apps for your Android M phone and wearables, using nothing but Java. To learn you don’t need to have any background with Java, Android development or even coding. All you need is this course!
This tutorial has been designed as a comprehensive guide to help you become an Android master by learning exactly how to build apps with Android Marshmallow for your phones and your wearables. However, we are going to change it up a little bit!
You will learn exactly how to build apps for Android, by actually building them. 5 Different apps that will help you get started with the actual development process. Even if you don’t know Java, that’s not a problem. We have dedicated an entire module to helping you learn the basics of Java and how to start writing and coding in Java.
By the end of this course, not only will you be qualified to design and code your own apps, but you can also become a professional Android developer!
Here are some of the topics that are covered in this course:
- Java Fundamentals
- Material Design
- Android Wear Cards
5 Apps that you will Build from Scratch:
- Hello Bob – A hello world app to get you up and running.
- Unit Converter – A handy tool used to convert between different units of length.
- World Geography Game – Among a list of countries of the world, try to pick out the fictional ones!
- Android Weather – A forecast app that grabs the 7-day forecast for your city. This app will teach you how to connect to third-party API's
- Android Notepad – At the culmination of our Android knowledge, an app will allow you to create notes.
Let’s get started developing your first Android app!