Android for the Busy Developer: Free 12-Lesson Course


Do you want get started with Android development but can’t seem to find the time or you are unsure where to begin? Problem solved! Dino Esposito, in cooperation with Tuts+ Premium, welcomes you to the dazzling world of Android development with this free 12-lesson course.  From start to finish, learn to build Android applications from scratch with IntelliJ IDEA.

Android for the Busy Developer course explains the key aspects of designing user interfaces; how to make an application interactive and responsive to the user’s input; the life cycle of an application; how to define activities; the process of building a list view; how to download data via HTTP from a remote endpoint; how to manage data storage and user preferences; and much more.

* Getting Started * UI Designer * Minimally Interactive
* Lifecycle * More Activities * List Views
* HTTP * Storage * Menus
* Dialogs * Preferences * Publishing

Get started today and continue at your own pace with Android for the Busy Developer.

About Dino Esposito

Dino EspositoA long-time trainer and top-notch consultant, Dino is the author of many popular books for Microsoft Press that helped the professional growth of thousands of .NET developers. He is also a Technical Evangelist for JetBrains, where he focuses on Android and Kotlin development. Follow Dino through his blog and on Twitter @despos.

About Tuts+ Premium

Tuts+ Premium courses are designed to teach you a single skill from start to finish, A – Z. Whether you want to learn the ins and outs of PHP, master your code editor, or take a computer science refresher, there’s no better place to learn.

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29 Responses to Android for the Busy Developer: Free 12-Lesson Course

  1. Android is the thing where every developer can practice skills! Maybe that’s the reason all my friends involved in development prefer Android, not iOS :)

  2. Narahari says:

    I am trying to enroll in this course but I dont see a way to do so freely. I thought jetbrains is sponsoring this course.

    Can I get some help here please ?

    -Narahari

  3. unit nexus says:

    hey guys, when i came through anroid for busy developer then i became so happy to know that even in the lack of time i can even make interaction with user reqiurement and can also pay response to them.but i just wanna ask one thing that how can i download data via HTTP from a remote location????….plz tell me guys as soon as possible.

  4. Zora Ferrel says:

    This is a great post regarding android development! Those who want to learn such will surely find these lessons informative and helpful.

  5. Andrew says:

    My company sent me to one of Dino’s workshops while at a conference in Las Vegas in 2007 – it was so bad I left after an hour. Besides, his area of expertise is Microsoft Web technologies – now he’s going to teach us Android? Pass.

    • Bas says:

      dude.. That was 6 years ago! Android didn’t even exist back then. Well, almost not.

    • Alex says:

      So .NET developers are not able to become Android developers? Wow, your bias is showing. What a ridiculous statement.

    • ELG says:

      so you were in Vegas and you left a workshop because it was “bad”…..is that what you told your boss?

    • ian says:

      Your comment would have been the more valuable had you said what was poor about the workshop. It’s easy to criticise: but hard to do so in an informative way. Criticism without evidence speaks volumes about the author of the criticism – and says nothing at all about the subject of the criticism.

  6. roberto says:

    I’ve just see the 1st lesson. Very interesting, but I suggest to not stay 2 minutes and more with the same screen (in the beginning) For example, when Dino talks about the pre-required sw installed, should be nice to see a written list.
    As soon as I have time, I’ll see all the course.

  7. Sergey Zaika says:

    Thank you for this! It titled as exactly what i need so i will try it.

  8. bhupesh says:

    May i know from where i can download the Cooldriod Software for developing andriod apps … I m new to andriod application.. Please suggest How to start with ??

  9. Chris says:

    Is the source for the examples being used available? It seems sometimes in the lesson everything in the interface isn’t spelled out and I would like to be able to inspect it a bit closer to make sure I understand it and nothing is being missed.

    Thanks!

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  11. Prasant says:

    Hi
    It’s very informative topics.I am android developer and i still learning about android application.

    Thanks And Regards
    Prasant

  12. This is a fantastic publish regarding android operating system development! Those who want to understand such will absolutely find these training useful and beneficial.

  13. Android development time right now is comparative to iOS but that’s AFTER iOS developers have already dealt with all the business logic issues, API issues, design issues, marketing changes, scope creep etc…

  14. sandhaya says:

    Great post to see here regarding android operating system development. It would be really helpful for us to learn something from your blog post.

    Time and effort would be well appreciated.
    Thanks

  15. This is a awesome post about android development.thanks for sharing such an useful article with us! :)

  16. Amarbhaw says:

    This is very good publishing regarding Android Application development . Android application is an open source so everyone can learn it.It is very good & useful article those who want to learn about android application development

  17. Steven says:

    Dino sounds like the dales from Dr who

  18. Kyle says:

    I compiled a list of free courses for learning Android development that you might find useful:

    http://www.diygenius.com/how-to-learn-android-app-development-online/

  19. Great article. definitely it will useful beginner in android app developing..
    thanks for posting ..keep posting for many reference about android app development

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