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Apply Kotlin’s next-gen concepts for Android Applications to make your Android development consistent, faster, and much easier.
Kotlin greatly reduces source code verbosity. With Google having announced its support for Kotlin as a first-class language for writing Android apps, now’s the time to learn how to create apps from scratch with Kotlin
The Applied Kotlin for Android Application Development course is for developers who have some experience in the basics of Kotlin and are ready to take the plunge into the more advanced stage. This course covers Kotlin’s superpowers, as it were. You should already know the syntax, but now we will go over the things that make Kotlin stand out—such as inline functions and null safety.You will learn about Anko, a Kotlin library which makes Android application development faster and easier. It makes your code clean and easy to read and smoothes out the rough edges in the Android SDK for Java. You will also publish the app you built during the course to get an overall end-to-end experience of Kotlin Android application development.
By the end of this course, you will have gained experience in creating and deploying Android applications using Kotlin.
This course takes a step-by-step approach, walking you through all the features of the Kotlin language
What You Will Learn
- Implement Lambdas and higher-order functions in Kotlin.
- Work with Interfaces to resolve overriding conflicts.
- Explore concepts such as operator overloading, property delegation, and null safety in Kotlin.
- Use Anko to make your code clean and easy to read, and smooth out the rough edges in the Android SDK for Java.
- Deploy and publish your Android apps on Google Play Store.
1 The Course Overview
3 Higher Order Functions
4 Extension Functions
5 Inline Functions
6 Implementing Interfaces
7 Properties in Interfaces
8 Resolving Overriding Conflicts
Salient Features in Kotlin
9 Operator Overload
11 Property Delegation
12 Null Safety
13 Sealed Classes
14 Enum Classes
Exploring Anko and Publishing the App to Google Play
15 What Is Anko
16 Simple Intents, Finally!
17 Dialogs and Toasts
19 Background Threads
20 Preparing for Google Play