Android for the Busy Developer: Free 12-Lesson Course
Great news for everyone who’d like to get started with Android development but can’t seem to find the time! We are happy to announce a free training course, brought to you by Dino Esposito in collaboration with Tuts+ Premium, which will help you dive into the process of building Android applications from scratch.
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.
About Dino Esposito
A long-time trainer and top-notch consultant, Dino is the author of many popular books for Microsoft Press that helped thousands of .NET developers to grow professionally, including “Architecting Mobile Solutions for the Enterprise” and “Programming ASP.NET MVC” both for Microsoft Press. CTO of Crionet, a firm specializing in Web-based and mobile solutions for sport events across Europe (http://www.crionet.com), at the moment Dino is also technical evangelist for JetBrains where he focuses on Android and Kotlin development. He’s also a member of the team that manages WURFL—the database of mobile devices used by organizations such as Google and Facebook.
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 web development, master your code editor, or take a computer science refresher, Tuts+ Premium has got you covered.
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