Android Studio for Beginners-2

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290 Lessons ( 11h 15m )

With the increasing craze of Java and Android Application Development in the current market, this course will give you an added advantage in your career path. With the help of this course, you can learn about Google Maps, Caffeine Calculator, Sales Tax Calculator, and Country Information.

This course is a continuation part of "Android Studio for Beginners-1". Finish both the parts of Java and Android Course to learn all the concepts and complete the course.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Coding in Java language.
  • Use Android Studio.
  • Build Android apps.

 

Career Opportunities

Working as an Android developer can be extremely rewarding. It can also be extremely challenging, especially when you are just getting started. We often hear about indie developers who have spun their code into gold, but the reality is that such stories are the exceptions, not the rules. It is hard to be successful (financially or otherwise) when you are are still learning so much.

Check out the current jobs https://www.naukri.com/android-developer-jobs 

 

Typical day-to-day duties and in-demand skill sets for mobile application developers include:

  • Mobile developers are fluent in object-oriented programming languages such as Java, Objective-C and C++.
  • Mobile application developers code, test, debug, monitor and document changes for mobile applications.
  • Mobile devs are skilled at working inside the development environments of one or more the top mobile OSes.
  • Mobile app developers can implement application programming interfaces (APIs) to support mobile functionality.
  • Mobile application developers know the terminology, concepts, and best practices for coding mobile applications.
  • Mobile application developers migrate and adapt existing web applications to the leading mobile platforms.
  • In-house mobile developers work closely with other departments to brainstorm and optimize deployments.
  • Mobile application developers recommend changes and enhancements to existing mobile applications.

 

Mobile Application Developer Salary

  • Mobile Application Developer average annual salary (USA): $94,000

Average salaries for mobile application developers and related positions:

  • Blackberry App Developer: $89,000
  • Software Engineer: $90,000
  • Mobile Software Engineer: $94,000
  • Mobile Application Developer: $94,000
  • iPhone Application Developer: $95,000
  • iPad Application Developer: $95,000
  • Java Application Developer: $96,000
  • Android Application Developer: $97,000
  • iOS Software Engineer: $102,000
  • Senior iPhone Developer: $105,000
  • Senior Android Developer: $107,000
  • Lead Java Developer: $110,000
  • Senior Mobile Developer: $111,000
  • Javascript Jquery Developer: $124,000

The hourly wage for mobile application developers varies widely - from $21 to $150 per hour - depending on the mobile developer's location, portfolio, proficiency and known platforms.

Source: Indeed.com

 

Instructor

John Bura

Leader in Teaching How to Code

John Bura has been programming games since 1997 and teaching since 2002.

John is the owner…

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What will you cover?

  •   Introduction 00:05:14
  •   The API Key 00:03:05
  •   API Key - Part 2 00:00:12
  •   API Key - Part 3 00:00:21
  •   Address List and Geocoder 00:03:48
  •   Address List and Geocoder - Part 2 00:00:31
  •   Address List and Geocoder - Part 3 00:00:15
  •   Names and Coordinates 00:10:38
  •   Names and Coordinates - Part 2 00:00:17
  •   Names and Coordinates - Part 3 00:00:17
  •   Set Markers 00:03:36
  •   Set Markers - Part 2 00:00:13
  •   Set Markers - Part 3 00:00:16
  •   Setup Map Type 00:02:35
  •   Map Type - Part 2 00:00:15
  •   Map Type - Part 3 00:00:09
  •   Setup Camera Change Listener 00:04:15
  •   Camera Change Listener - Part 2 00:00:15
  •   Camera Change Listener - Part 3 00:00:11
  •   Map Click Marker 00:05:13
  •   Map Click Marker - Part 2 00:00:18
  •   Map Click Marker - Part 3 00:00:18
  •   Custom Marker 00:07:21
  •   Custom Marker - Part 2 00:00:14
  •   Custom Marker - Part 3 00:00:12
  •   Marker Color 00:04:53
  •   Marker Color - Part 2 00:00:15
  •   Marker Color - Part 3 00:00:14
  •   Camera Animation 00:09:17
  •   Camera Animation - Part 2 00:00:35
  •   Camera Animation - Part 3 00:00:15
  •   Iterative Markers 00:05:29
  •   Iterative Markers - Part 2 00:00:14
  •   Iterative Markers - Part 3 00:00:15

Instructor

John Bura

Leader in Teaching How to Code

John Bura has been programming games since 1997 and teaching since 2002.

John is the owner…

Training 5 or more people?

Get your team access to WIISE top 2,000 courses anytime, anywhere.

Try WIISE for Business

Project Description

This course is project-based so you will not be learning a bunch of useless coding practices. At the end of this course, you will have real-world apps to use in your portfolio. 

 

 

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