Android is an open source platform for mobile computing. Applications are developed using the official Android development tool, Android Studio. This Android training class teaches students the architecture, API and techniques to create robust, high performance and appealing applications for the Android devices. While many classes focus on the mobile device, this Android development training course also deals with the server side architecture. This makes this Android development training course ideal for enterprise class businesses. After taking this Android training course, students will be able to build robust and high performance applications for the enterprises.
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Students rated our Introduction to Android Development trainers 9.26 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
Personalized high-quality training with lot of hands-on experience with the use of challenging labs.
Charles Brown, self
New Milford NJ
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Nick Nokes, DTC Communications
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Dustin White, Oracle
Huntington Beach CA
The material covered was very useful. The exercises and the accompanying printed material were clear and concise. The best part, though, was our instructor. He was knowledgeable, sensitive to our needs and various skill levels, charismatic, and explained things well. He even took the time to examine some code we had written previously, and provide some programming suggestions on a project our department is currently working on. Excellent.
Emily Sharp, Sarah Lawrence College