Type: Hands-On Training
Duration: 4 days
The proliferation of Android devices has created strong demand for Android developers. Thousands of developers and organizations have made fortunes from creating applications on the Android platform. By embracing mobile technology, enterprises are now extending their reach of their applications. This Android training course will enable you to develop robust Android applications. By the end of this Android training course, you would have completed an Android application that will allow you to send SMS over the network using Android.
Those wanting to develop mobile applications using the Android platform. Java programming knowledge and experience at the level of Course 321 - Comprehensive Introduction to Java Programming is assumed. Participants are encouraged to bring an Android-based phone to test the exercises.
May 16 - 19, 2017 (9:00am - 5:00pm)
"Course content was excellent, the flow and transitions from one subject to another was good. The ideas learned from past lessons become clearer and more concrete. The activities and mini quizzes also serve their purpose well."
- Emmanuel S. Garcia, Land Bank
“I can't believe I learned so many things within just 3 days. I am confident that I can code a running Android app.”
- Joshvin Matthew Domingo, Smart Communications
“Outstanding instructor. His mastery of the subject matter is very evident. It's very nice that we are able to develop an application with a cool function as our first application.”
- Gazello Arcilla, World Vision International
“Very good teaching. The instructor was great. I learned a lot. The activities were good because we were able to apply the lectures during the hands-on exercises.”
- Ryan Bon Lacsam, CMIT, Inc.
“The instructor made the course easy to understand. The actitvities were in line with the current topic.”
- Patricia Bea Perez, Ideyatech
“Clear, detailed and relevant examples and presentations.”
- Randy Valencia, Smart Communications
“Presentation objectives are clearly stated and explained. Examples are great and quite self explanatory.”
- Jerson Padilla, Filmetrics