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This one-of-a-kind video package gives you instant skills from over 10 hours of quick, easy DVD video LiveLessons™. Using the signature Deitel “app-driven” approach, renowned instructor Paul Deitel teaches you from complete working programs, not trivial code fragments. The video lessons focus on exactly what you need to know to master new skills fast and put your skills to work immediately.
Android App Development Fundamentals is for Java programmers who are not familiar with Android programming. In each lesson you build a different Android app that demonstrates key Android programming concepts.
These LiveLessons videos begin with an introduction to the Eclipse Android Developer Tools (ADT) and a tutorial on how to run an app in an Android Virtual Device (AVD). You then learn to build apps that demonstrate such key Android concepts as the ADT plugin, GUIs, layouts, intents, handlers, asset management, multitouch, graphics, sound, collections, threading, and animations.
Here is a listing of the videos and their runtimes:
1: Setting Up Your Development Environment [00:38:57]
2: Test-Driving an Android App in an AVD [00:20:13]
3: Welcome App [01:17:41]
4: Tip Calculator App [01:43:57]
5: Favorite Twitter Searches App [01:10:46]
6: Flag Quiz Game App [01:23:54]
7: Cannon Game App [01:03:58]
8: SpotOn Game App [00:57:40]
9: Doodlz App [01:18:40]
Paul Deitel, CEO of Deitel & Associates, Inc., is co-author of many best-selling LiveLessons videos and programming books, including Android for Programmers: An App-Driven Approach and Java for Programmers. Paul has delivered hundreds of courses to developers at organizations, including IBM, Cisco, NASA, Siemens, Boeing, and many others. For information on Deitel corporate training, visit www.deitel.com/training/ or write to [email protected]