Online Programming Certification Course in Mobile Application Development with Android

Webinfotech offers 45 Days and 6 Months Industrial | Summer | Internship Training to B.Tech computer science (CSE) and MCA Students in the PHP or ASP.Net or Java Technology. The main objective of our Industrial | Summer | Internship Training program is to provide the IT graduates with practical exposure to PHP or ASP.Net or Java. We have designed the PHP or ASP.Net or Java training course while keeping in mind the current Industry requirements. The PHP or ASP.Net or Java training program is most suitable for B.Tech computer science (CSE) , B.E. BCA, MCA or any IT Professionals who are about to enter the Software Industry and wanted to pursue their career in PHP or ASP.Net or Java technology. With the help of 45 Days and 6 Months Industrial | Summer | Internship Training with certificate in PHP or ASP.Net or Java you can take your career in the upward direction.
Apart from our trainers, PHP or ASP.Net or Java developers of our company do interact with the trainees on regular basis. During the training, you go through a Live project in PHP or ASP.Net or Java and after the completion of the training, the trainees are provided with the training certificate and placement opportunities by Webinfotech.

Course Description

This course will teach students about the processes of web design and will ready them to begin a career as a Web Designer. Topics included in the course are file transfer protocol, adding CSS, an introduction to HTML, text editors and adding files. Upon completion of this course, students will have learned the skills that are necessary to create well-functioning websites using CSS and HTML.

Duration of the Course60 Days
Online Course fees9000 Rs.
Teaching LanguageHindi/English
Possible Batch Time11 AM to 11 PM
Minimum Hour Class1 Hour
Class in one Week6 Days
Batch Start DateEvery 5 each Month
What you get online course?
  •  Job Assistance
  •  Study Material [Hindi or English]
  •  Course Certificate
  •  Interview Question
  •  Free Student Panel & Free Online Video
Teaching MethodologyThe entire course is based on practical based training.
Who will be teaching these courses?This course will be taught by IT Professionals (Designer or Developer) only.
What is the scope of this field?Multi-National Organizations, IT sectors, Web Application and Mobile Apps Development Companies etc..
Salary you can getRs.16,000 to 60,000
Job ProfileMobile Application Developer

Course Modules

Website, Domain & Web Hosting, Network, Internet, How to Upload site, Edit the Website , HTML 4.01 and HTML 5.0 , Types of Server(Proxy , dedicated, mail exchange server, database server, web server), type of web server, DNS server, How to work Internet, Web Browser and its importance in website development, What is difference among static website, dynamic or web application, Web application platform and popular technologies, Comparison among, php or java for develop the web application etc.

Android Studio Intro

Module 01: Android Overview and History – Part One
How it all got started, Why Android is different (and important), Native Android Applications, Android SDK Features
Module 02: Android Overview and History – Part Two
Android Development Environment, Elements of Android SDK, Android Software Stack, Android Application Architecture, Android Libraries, Lab Exercise: Initial Configuration of the Android SDK
Module 03: Android Stack
Overview of the stack, Linux kernel, Native libraries, Dalvik, App framework, Apps, Lab Exercise: Configure Initial Application, Run in Emulator
Module 04: SDK Overview
Platforms, Tools, Versions, Lab Exercise: Download and Create in Android Virtual Device Manager
Module 05: Hello World App Demo Module 06: Main Building Blocks
Activities, Activity lifecycle, Intents, Services, Content Providers, Broadcast Receivers, Lab Exercise: Review Activities, Intents, and Content Providers
Module 06: Main Building Blocks Demo Module 07: Basic Android User Interface
XML versus Java UI, Dips and sps, Views and layouts, Common UI components, Handling user events, Lab Exercise: Create Application with onClick, onKeyDown, onFocusChanged Event Handlers
Module 07: Basic Android User Interface Demo
Module 08: Android System Overview
File System, Preferences, Notifications, Security model, Lab Exercise: Create Application with Toast Notifications
Module 09: Advanced Android User Interface – Part One
Selection components, Adapters, Complex UI components, Building UI for performance,
Module 10: Advanced Android User Interface – Part Two
Menus and Dialogs, Graphics, Animation, Lab Exercise: Create Application with Android's Advanced User Interface Functions, Multimedia in Android, Multimedia Supported audio formats, Simple media playback, Supported video formats, Simple video playback, Lab Exercise: Create Android Audio/Video Application
Module 11: Multimedia in Android Demo Module 12: SQL Database
Introducing SQLite, SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database, Opening and closing a database, Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes, Lab Exercise: Create Application to Create, Modify and Query an SQLite Database
Module 12: SQL Database Demo
Module 13: Basic Content Providers
Content provider MIME types, Searching for content, Adding, changing, and removing content, Working with content files, Lab Exercise: Create Application that Works with an Android Content Provider, Basic Content Providers Demo
Module 14: Data Storage, Retrieval and Sharing
Android Techniques for Saving Data, Saving Simple Application Data, Creating and Saving Preferences, Retrieving Shared Preferences, Saving Activity State, Creating a Preferences Page, Saving and Loading Files, Lab Exercise: Create application that performs Data Storage and Retrieval from Android External Storage
Module 15: Mapping and Location Based Services
Using Location Based Services, Setting up your Emulator with Location Based Services, Selecting a Location Provider, Finding Your Location, Using Proximity Alerts, Using the Geocoder, Creating MapBased Activities, Lab Exercise: Create Location-Aware application that uses Proximity Alerts and Google Maps API, Mapping and Location Based Services Demo
Module 16: Working in the Background
Introducing Services, Using Background Worker Threads, Introducing Notifications, Using Alarms, Lab Exercise: Create application with One-Time, Repeating Alarms, and Long-Running Background Task as Service

Some Important FAQ's

What is Android Studio Overview?

There are multiple ways to approach Android Development but by far the most official and powerful is to use Android Studio. This is the official IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for the Android platform, developed by Google and used to make the majority of the apps that you probably use on a daily basis.Android Studio was first announced at a Google I/O conference in 2013 and was released to the general public in 2014 after various beta versions. Prior to its release, Android development was handled predominantly through Eclipse IDE, which is a more generic Java IDE that also supports numerous other programming languages.Android Studio makes life significantly easier compared with non-specialist software, but is still has a little way to go before it can claim to be a completely intuitive and smooth experience. For complete beginners, there is an awful lot to learn here and much of the information available – even through official channels – is either out of date or too dense to make head or tails of.In this post, we'll explain what Android Studio does in a little more detail and go over the basic functionality that you need to get started. I'll try and keep everything and easy as possible and hopefully this will serve as the first step on your journey to Android Development.

    Android Studio Features :
  • Emulators – to run and test application.
  • A platform to develop android application for all android devices.
  • It also provide LINT tools so that we can check problems like version compatibility, performance,etc. (LINT is a special tool provided by Android Studio to check your project for different kind of bugs).
  • It also supports C++ and NDK. "NDK" stands for Native Development Kit, which consists of a set of tools that allows you to use C and C++ to make native applications.
  • You can push your code directly into Github as the studio is integrated with it.
  • Various code templates are also given to set the environment and make it easier for user to code.
  • Instant Run option to apply changes in the application that you are running without creating new APK.
APK is what you use to feature your app on Google Play Store. You cannot place the whole code inside Play store – some specific format of file needs to be placed, which contains all the information of your application. This file is only .apk file."APK" stands for Application Package Kit. It is a package file format, which consist all the information related to your app that is used by Android System for distribution and installation. These features become more familiar once you work with them.