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Why Aren’t You Using Google Keep ?

Google Keep is an amazing little web based note taker!  I can understand now at this point that inviting a new app into your live to keep lists and reminders is a crowded space. But I really want to open your minds to this one. Google Keep has some tremendous benefits for the super busy …

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Week 4: Lesson 8: Integrating The Image Switcher Into The Application

Lesson 8: Integrating The Image Switcher Into The Application INTRODUCTION In this lesson you will learn more about working with images, editing XML layouts for images and parameters and creating a new class to support swiping images within the application. This is a great lesson to review some of the core content you have learned …

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Week 4: Lesson 7: Integrating Sensors Into Java For Android

Lesson 7: Integrating Sensors Into Java For Android INTRODUCTION In this lesson you will learn more about relative layouts and how these can accommodate a variety of different content in your application. You will also be introduced to the variety of sensors available for Android mobile application hardware and software and how they function based …

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Week 3: Lesson 6: Integrating The List Menu and Expanding Knowledge of Java Activities

Lesson 6: Integrating The List Menu and Expanding Knowledge of Java Activities INTRODUCTION In this lesson you will expand your knowledge of Java by learning how to integrate the List Menu into the application. You will also learn how to create the list menu and arrange the items and their corresponding Java files within the …

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Week 3: Lesson 5: Creating a Logo in Java, and Connecting the Classes in the Android Manifest

Lesson 5: Creating a Logo in Java, and Connecting the Classes in the Android Manifest INTRODUCTION Using a series of four video-based tutorials, this lesson leads you through the following tasks and processes. First, you will understand how icons are integrated into an Android application and a logo image is added to the layout. You …

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Week 1: Lesson 2: Learning & Understanding XML Layout-Introduction To Java For Android Course Blog

Lesson 2: Learning and Understanding XML Layout INTRODUCTION In this lesson you will be introduced to the folder structure of the IDE Eclipse environment and understand the difference between Relative and Linear Layouts using XML with Java for Android applications. You will also be introduced to the process for changing, viewing and manipulating the text …

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Week 1: Lesson 1:Introduction To Java For Android Course Blog

Welcome to class! Main Course Document http://bit.ly/javaforandroid Lesson 1: Introduction to Java for Android Development Environment INTRODUCTION In this lesson you will consider the mobile marketplace and specific tools used to build mobile applications. You will be introduced to the components of the Android Operating System and the development tools used to create Android applications. …

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Mobile Application Curriculum: Intro to Mobile Development Platforms

Introducing students to the variety of common mobile development platforms is a great place to start with mobile development curriculum. The differences between these platforms and the available technology varies with the design approaches for each platform. It is beneficial to introduce students to: 1.Examining different mobile development platforms and their interfaces (Android,iPhone,Windows) and defining …