Android Studio Essential Training

Android Studio Essential Training
Android Studio Essential Training

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 28m | 429 MB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels


Want to develop Android apps? You need Android Studio—the IDE designed by Google specifically for Android app development. This course is fully revised for 2018, covering all the essential features in the latest stable iteration of Android Studio (v3.1) and critical resources such as Intel HAXM. Instructor David Gassner introduces the Android Studio interface, helps you set up your environment and your first project, and provides handy shortcuts for writing and debugging code. Learn how to add version control by integrating Android Studio with GitHub, and monitor CPU and memory usage. David also shows how to manage project dependencies, use templates, generate graphics and other resources, and switch back and forth between the two supported programming languages, Java and Kotlin.

Topics include:

  • Installing Android Studio on macOS and Windows
  • Creating your first project
  • Creating virtual devices for testing
  • Using version control
  • Building, running, and debugging projects
  • Managing dependencies
  • Editing Kotlin code
  • Inspecting and decompiling Kotlin bytecode
  • Using templates
  • Refactoring code
  • Using the layout editor
+ Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 What you should know

Getting Started
3 Android Studio and IntelliJ IDEA
4 Install Android Studio on Windows
5 Install Android Studio on macOS
6 Manage software updates
7 Create your first Android Studio project
8 Install a USB driver on Windows
9 Connect a physical device for testing
10 Install Intel HAXM for virtual devices
11 Create virtual devices for testing

Set Up the Development Environment
12 Explore settings and preferences
13 Export and import settings
14 Manage plugins
15 Import existing projects
16 Import Android SDK sample apps

Use Software Version Control
17 Share an Android project on GitHub
18 Import a repository from GitHub
19 Create and commit Git branches
20 Share code in gists on GitHub

Build Run and Debug Apps
21 Make build and clean projects
22 Explore Android emulator features
23 Test apps with instant run
24 Trace code execution with Logcat
25 Use breakpoints and watch expressions
26 Monitor memory and CPU usage

Explore the User Interface
27 Explore and manage editor windows
28 Manage files in the project window
29 Run commands in the terminal window
30 Use other tool windows

Manage Project Dependencies
31 Add Maven library dependencies
32 Add JAR files with dependencies
33 Create a module dependency

Edit Code and Layout Files
34 Create new classes and interfaces
35 Convert Java code to Kotlin
36 Inspect and decompile Kotlin bytecode
37 Useful code editing shortcuts
38 Create and use live templates
39 Refactor code
40 Use the layout editor
41 Create vector and bitmap graphics

Conclusion
42 Next steps


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