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Android Jetpack masterclass in Java

Udemy Android Jetpack masterclass in Java

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Java, Room, Navigation, Data Binding, MVVM, Notifications, Permissions and a lot more

What you'll learn
  • Android jetpack
  • Android development
  • MVVM
  • Room
  • Navigation
  • Data Binding
  • Permissions
  • Notifiications
  • Java

Requirements
  • Interest in Android Development
  • Java development
  • Mac or Windows PC


Description
Use Jetpack to build a modern Android App with this new course on Android development and Java.
Most tutorials and how to's on Udemy show you the basics of app building, but they don't show you how to use the latest technologies and libraries.
Most projects and jobs require you to know how to use the latest libraries. This is what this course is all about.
The purpose of this course is to teach you most of the Jetpack libraries, and give you a practical example of how to use these technologies, all while building a simple example app.

We will learn about:
  • Navigation
  • Room
  • Data Binding
  • AndroidX
  • KTX extensions
  • Lifecycles
  • Live Data
  • ViewModel
  • Notifications
  • Permissions
  • Sharing
  • Preferences
  • Fragments
  • Layouts
  • Palette
  • Multidex
As a bonus, we will also learn
  • MVVM architecture
  • Retrofit
  • RxJava
  • Glide
And we will build the app in Java.
We will cover a lot of technologies and we will implement them all in an application, so you can have a practical example.
If you want to build an app that scales and is robust, these technologies will make your life easy in the long term.

Sign up today, and let's learn how to use Jetpack to build a modern Android Application.
Who this course is for:
  • Intermediate Android Developers
  • Beginner Android Developers
  • Students interested in Mobile Development
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