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The technology industry has been swept up in many historical waves. In 1980 the widespread adoption of the PC, fifteen years later in 1995 the browser became widespread and in 2010 with the introduction of the iPhone, the smart phone wave began. Don't miss out. Grab your surfboard and learn how to ride the coming wave of smart phone development with Android.
Spend a day learning how to do development on the most popular smartphone platform available. Android is a Java platform - you can leverage your existing Java skills. You'll get hands on experience developing an Android app that will use all the major components of Android applications.
Use Android Activites to create the User Interface. Learn how to run background services. Create broadcast receivers to react to changes in the phones state. You'll even learn how to interact with the location services and display Google maps.
We'll take a deep dive into the details. You'll write code to interact with Android's built-in SQLite database. You'll add logging to your app and you'll even learn how to do unit testing in the Android environment.
Leave the class with hands-on skills and a working application that will be ready to publish to the Android Market.
Don't miss out. Grab your board and ride the Android wave!
This session is a workshop. Please come prepared.
Java (if you don't have it) http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk6-downloads-1637591.html
Eclipse http://eclipse.org/downloads/ download Eclipse IDE for Java EE
Android Plugin - http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html - instructions
A Google Account - this will be needed to display Google maps in the Android app we'll be creating during the workshop.
Please feel free to contact me with any setup questions: - email@example.com
About James Harmon
James is also the founder and principal contributor to the site AndroidDevTools.comMore About James »