Android

Introduction

Android is a complete operating environment based upon the Linux® V2.6 kernel. Initially, the deployment target for Android was the mobile-phone arena, including smart phones and lower-cost flip-phone devices. However, Android's full range of computing services and rich functional support have the potential to extend beyond the mobile-phone market. Android can be useful for other platforms and applications. In this article, get an introduction to the Android platform and learn how to code a basic Android application.


Today, many network-based or network-capable appliances run a flavor of the Linux kernel. It's a solid platform: cost-effective to deploy and support and readily accepted as a good design approach for deployment. The UI for such devices is often HTML-based and viewable with a PC or Mac browser. But not every appliance needs to be controlled by a general computing device. Consider a conventional appliance, such as a stove, microwave or bread maker. What if your household appliances were controlled by Android and boasted a color touch screen? With an Android UI on the stove-top, the author might even be able to cook something.


An Android application, along with a file called AndroidManifest.xml, is deployed to a device. AndroidManifest.xml contains the necessary configuration information to properly install it to the device. It includes the required class names and types of events the application is able to process, and the required permissions the application needs to run. For example, if an application requires access to the network — to download a file, for example — this permission must be explicitly stated in the manifest file. Many applications may have this specific permission enabled. Such declarative security helps reduce the likelihood that a rogue application can cause damage on your device.


Syllabus

  • JAVA Concepts
  • SQL
  • Introduction to Android
  • Application Structure(in detail)
  • Emulator-Android Virtual Device
  • Basic UI design
  • Preferences
  • Menu
  • Intents (in detail)
  • UI design
  • Tabs and TabActivity
  • Styles & Themes
  • SQLite Programming
  • Android Debug Bridge(adb) tool
  • Linkify
  • Adapters and Widgtes
  • Notifications
  • Custom components
  • Threads
  • Advanced
  • Assignment

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