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Android Development Training in Shimla

Enroll for Android application development training today. Request Demo class. Our instructor has 8+ years hands on experience in implementing Android application development in mission Critical projects. Free Demo Classes run in Shimla.

Android Development Objectives

  • Android Studio and build User Interface (Set up and walkthrough)
  • Understanding fundamentals of Java Programming used to build Android apps
  • Managing Inputs, Buttons and Reactive (Tap) Interfaces
  • Configuring Variables, Arrays, Loops, Array lists, List view
  • Developing and Managing the lifecycle of an android application.
  • Embedding SQLite databases in android application for persistent storage
  • Connecting Android app to web applications or services and Java libraries
  • Understanding and using MapView, location services and other built-in features
  • Packaging and deploying app to phones and in google play store.
  • Setting up the IDE to develop and test the Android app
  • Using XML-based layouts to place buttons, checkboxes and other widgets
  • Configuring and managing smartphone different screen sizes and rotation
  • Managing & accepting keyboard inputs, as well as responding to screen touches and swipes
  • Configuring apps to pop-up messages and notifications on locked & unlocked screens

Android Syllabus

  • 1: Getting Started with Basics of Java

  • Java - What, Where and Why?
  • History and Features of Java
  • Internals of Java Program
  • Difference between JDK,JRE and JVM
  • Internal Details of JVM
  • Variable and Data Type
  • Unicode System
  • Naming Convention
  • The Structure of Java Code
  • How to Run your Java Programs
  • Printing to the Output Window

  • 2: OOPS Concepts

  • Advantage of OOPs
  • Object and Class
  • Method Overloading
  • Constructor
  • Static variable, method and block
  • this keyword Ø Inheritance (IS-A)
  • Aggregation and Composition(HAS-A)
  • Method Overriding
  • Covariant Return Type
  • super keyword
  • Instance Initializer block
  • final keyword
  • Runtime Polymorphism
  • static and Dynamic binding
  • Abstract class and Interface
  • Downcasting with instanceof operator
  • Package and Access Modifiers
  • Encapsulation
  • Object Cloning
  • Java Array
  • Call By Value and Call By Reference
  • Strictfp keyword
  • Creating API Document

  • 3: String Handling

  • String: What and Why?
  • Immutable String
  • String Comparison
  • String Concatenation
  • Substring
  • Methods of String class
  • StringBuffer class
  • StringBuilder class
  • Creating Immutable class
  • toString method
  • StringTokenizer class
  • Upper and LowerCase
  • The compare Method
  • The equals Method
  • The replace Method
  • Printing Formatted Strings

  • 4 : Exception Handling

  • Exception Handling: What and Why?
  • try and catch block
  • Multiple catch block
  • Nested try
  • finally block
  • throw keyword
  • Exception Propagation
  • throws keyword
  • Exception Handling with Method Overriding
  • Custom Exception

  • 5 : Multithreading

  • Multithreading : What and Why?
  • Life Cycle of a Thread Creating Thread
  • Thread Scheduler
  • Sleeping a thread
  • Joining a thread
  • Thread Priority
  • Daemon Thread
  • Thread Pooling
  • Thread Group
  • ShutdownHook
  • Performing multiple task by multiple thread
  • Garbage Collection
  • Runnable class

  • 6 : Control Flow

  • If Statements in Java
  • If Else Statements
  • Boolean Values
  • Switch Statements
  • Java for Loops
  • Java While Loops

  • 7 : Arrays in Java

  • Java Arrays
  • Arrays and Loops
  • Sorting Arrays
  • Arrays and Strings
  • Multi -Dimensional Arrays
  • Array Lists

  • 8: Java Methods

  • Java Methods
  • Calling your Java Methods
  • Passing Values to Methods
  • Multiple Method Parameters

  • 9: Synchronization

  • Synchronization : What and Why?
  • Synchronized method
  • Synchronized block
  • Static synchronization
  • Deadlock
  • Inter-thread Communication
  • Interrupting Thread

  • 10: Java Form Controls

  • Java Forms
  • The Different Form Views in NetBeans/Eclipse
  • Add a Text Box to a Java Form
  • Add a Button to the Form
  • Button Properties
  • Java Form Events
  • Java and Combo Boxes
  • Java Check Boxes
  • Radio Buttons
  • Adding Menus to a Java Form
  • Open File Dialogue Boxes
  • Opening Files
  • Save File Dialogue Boxes

  • 11: Java and Databases

  • Java and Databases
  • Creating a Database with Java
  • Adding Records to Table
  • SQL Commands
  • Connect to a Database with Java code
  • Connecting to the Table

  • 12: Databases and Java Forms

  • Databases and Java Forms
  • Database Scrolling Buttons
  • Move Back Through the Database
  • Move to the First and Last Records
  • Update a Record
  • Add a New Record
  • Save a New Record
  • Delete a Record from a Database

  • 13: A Java Calculator Project (This is Done By Student Himself)

SQL Server/MySql/SQL

  • 1: Work with Store Procedure & Data Base

  • Learn Database Models
  • Overview of SQL Server Management Studio
  • Creating the Data Base
  • Creating the table
  • Select,Insert,Delete,Update in Data Base
  • Writing simple and complex queries that retrieve data from the Database
  • Creating the Store Procedure
  • Types of Store Procedure (Input,Output)
  • Types of Joins
  • Sub-Queries
  • Create and Managing View
  • Create Function and Use with Procedure

  • 2: Basic Android Studio

  • 3 : Basics of Android

  • What is Android
  • History and Version
  • Installing Softwares
  • Setup Android Studio
  • Hello Android example
  • Internal Details
  • Dalvik VM
  • Software Stack
  • Android Core Building Blocks
  • Android Emulator
  • AndroidManifest.xml
  • file
  • Hide Title Bar
  • Screen Orientation

  • 4 : UI Widgets

  • Working with Button
  • Toast
  • Custom Toast
  • Button
  • Toggle Button
  • Switch Button
  • Image Button
  • CheckBox
  • AlertDialog
  • Spinner
  • AutoCompleteTextView
  • RatingBar
  • DatePicker
  • TimePicker
  • ProgressBar
  • Quick Contact Budge
  • Analog Clock and Digital Clock
  • Working with hardware Button
  • File Download

  • 5 : Activity, Intent & Fragment

  • Activity Lifecycle
  • Activity Example
  • Implicit Intent
  • Explicit Intent
  • Fragment Lifecycle
  • Fragment Example
  • Dynamic Fragment

  • 6 : Android Menu

  • Option Menu
  • Context Menu
  • Popup Menu

  • 7: Layout Manager

  • Relative Layout
  • Linear Layout
  • Table Layout
  • Grid Layout

  • 7 : Adaptor

  • Array Adaptor
  • ArrayList Adaptor
  • Base Adaptor

  • 9 : View

  • GridView
  • WebView
  • ScrollView
  • SearchView
  • TabHost
  • DynamicListView
  • ExpandedListView

Advanced Android Syllabus

  • 1 : Android Service

  • Android Service
  • Android Service API
  • Android Started Service
  • Android Bound Service
  • Android Service Life Cycle
  • Android Service Example

  • 2 : Data Storage

  • Shared Preferences
  • Internal Storage
  • External Storage

  • 3 : SQLite

  • SQLite API
  • SQLite Spinner
  • SQLite ListView

  • 4 : XML & JSON

  • XML Parsing SAX
  • XML Parsing DOM
  • XML Pull Parser
  • JSON Parsing

  • 5 : Content Provider

  • Content Provider Fundamental
  • Contact Content Provider
  • Other Built-in Content Providers
  • Creating Custom Content Provider
  • Understanding Content URI
  • ContentResolver
  • Sharing Information from custom content provider

  • 6 : Android Notification

  • Notification API
  • Creating Notification Builder
  • Setting Notification Properties
  • Attaching Actions
  • Issuing Notification
  • NotificationCompat.Builder class
  • Android Notification Examples

  • 7 : Multimedia

  • Wallpapers
  • Live Wallpaper
  • Multimedia API
  • Playing Audio
  • Creating Audio Player
  • Playing Video
  • Alarm Manager
  • Gallery

  • 8 : Speech API

  • TextToSpeech API
  • TextToSpeech Example
  • Managing speed and pitch
  • Speech To Text

  • 9 : Telephony API

  • Telephony Manager
  • Get Call State
  • Call State BroadcastReceiver
  • Simple Caller Talker
  • Making Phone Call
  • Send SMS
  • Send Email

  • 10 : Location API

  • Location API Fundamental
  • Example of Android Location API
  • Working with Google Maps

  • 11 : Animation

  • Android Animation API
  • Android Drawable class
  • Android Animation Example
  • Android Rotate Animation
  • Android Fade Animation
  • Android Zoom Animation

  • Section 12 : Device Connectivity

  • Bluetooth Tutorial
  • List Paired Devices
  • Working with WiFi
  • Working with Camera

  • Section 13 : Sensor

  • Sensor API
  • Motion Sensor
  • Position Sensor
  • Environmental Sensor
  • Sensor Values
  • SensorManager class
  • Sensor Class
  • SensorEvent class
  • SensorEventListener interface
  • Compass Acceslerometer and Orientation Sensors
  • Sensor Examples

  • Section 14 : Android Graphics

  • Graphics API
  • 2D Graphics
  • class

  • Section 15 : Android P2P Communication

  • Introducing Instant Messaging
  • Using the GTalk Service
  • Monitoring the Roste for Changes
  • Sending and Receiving Data Messages
  • Transmitting Data Messages
  • Receiving Data Messages

  • Section 16 : Android Web Services

  • What is web service
  • Soap Vs Restful web service
  • Android Restful web service example with java servlet
  • Storing data into external oracle database
  • Verifying data in android with external oracle database

  • Section 17 : Android Google Map

  • Android Map V2 API
  • Adding Map
  • Customizing Map
  • GoogleMap class
  • Android Google Map Application

Student Feedback for Android Development Training


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Android Trainer Profile

  • 8+ plus years of experience in mobile application development
  • Trained more than 1000 students at Apponix
  • Very good feedback from our students
  • Excellent programming skills
  • Expert in JAVA SDK design
  • Good understanding of GIT control implementation
  • Optimizing the Android applications with the variety of tools.
  • Analytical and oriented Android app developer professional with excellent communication skills.
  • Extensively used Android studio
  • Android debug Bridge
  • Excel knowledge on eclipse fabric
  • Gamemaker, studio emotion

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Salary expectation after completing application course

You can expect anywhere between thousand to 30000 per month from startup to medium sized companies and the average salary of a 6,00,000 per year.

Career after Android application Development course

There are thousands of jobs for Android developers in India. Android is widely used OS system to develop Android applications means you will be having more job opportunities. In Android application development you should not have any doubts in getting job after completing this course. There is a Hugh growing demand of mobile applications. Android developers are having more demand in the market. If you check the job openings in leading job portals you will realize the demand of Android developers.

Android training and certification

Exam Name: Associate Android Developer Certificate

App functionality Construct apps that use Android’s messaging, multitasking, connectivity and media services to design full-featured apps primarily for mobile devices.

User interface Quickly create apps with clean, effective user interfaces that take advantage of Android’s rich UI frameworks.

Data management Leverage Android’s effective frameworks and techniques to perform or schedule data retrieval/storage efficiently in a mobile environment.

Debugging Understand the debugging tools in Android Studio and create more reliable and robust apps.

Testing Be able to test the execution of a running program with the intent of finding errors and abnormal or unexpected behavior.

Exam certification cost: $149

Certificate is valid for 3 years

Why Should You Learn Android application Development

  • 80% percent of the mobile applications are built on Android OS.
  • 85% of Android mobile applications are free in Google Play Store.
  • You just need a passion to learn it. Job opportunities are really high in mobile application development. Android application development is the fastest growing occupation in the world
  • Mobile application developer will earn $80000 Dollars per year and 13,00,000 rupees per India that's really good salary. 80% of the mobile applications in the world are using Android OS Android device is developed by Google and most of the Android applications are free in Google Play Most of the startups are using mobile app for their business growth.
  • 60% of global website traffic is generated in 2019 through mobile phone and its very convenient for user to book tickets, to book movie, search for something. Best part of Android operating system is its open source and it's really easy to learn

Android app development training in Shimla

Apponix is the best training institute for Android App development in ShimlaApp development training is conducted in weekdays & weekends by the working professionals having more than 10 years of industry experience.

Android app development course fees in Shimla

Android App development course fees starts from Rs 18,000 at apponix. Also cost varies depends on mode of training. Class room training ususally costs more than online classes. Call us to get more details about the fees, cost duration of the app development course in Shimla, Duration will be around 2 to 3 months

Android application development classes in Shimla

Apponix offeres best in class Android application classes in Shimla, Android app classes will run on weekdays morning & evening, please request a free demo class from a experienced android developer.

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Android Application Developer Job Responsibilities

  • Design and build robust applications
  • Collaborate with new team and design new application
  • Identify and fix the box
  • Ensure the best possible performance from the application
  • Maintain code integration quality and responsiveness of the application
  • Lies the data and user needs and Hardware constraints
  • Identify any bottlenecks code and fix them in time order
  • Develop an Android application through its entire life cycle

Our Recent Batches


Who can take Android development training?

  • Fresh science graduates with any specialization.
  • Software developers who want to switch the domain to mobile app application development.
  • Anyone who is interested in Android mobile application development.
  • Android developer
  • Mobile application developer
  • Game developer
  • What is the duration of Android development training course?

  • Approximately 60 hrs
  • When is the next batch?

  • Please call us on 80505 80888 to know the next batch date.
  • Why should we choose Apponix for Android development training in Shimla?

  • Apponix has excellent instructors having 7+ years of experience
  • Till today we have trained more than 1000 students in android app development
  • You will have very good facility and decent infrastructure
  • We have very flexible batch timings
  • We have a dedicated web portal for our students to practice after classroom session.
  • We have a dedicated HR team to assistant students in placement
  • We provide laptop for all students in the classroom
  • All classrooms are well equipped and have well infrastructure
  • How long does it take to learn to develop Android apps?

  • It depends upon your experience with computers. But anyhow, it will take about three to six months for learning any programming language.
  • How can I learn Android 2021?

  • Learn Kotlin and add 'In Kotlin' to your Google search. Check Google recommendations and follow Google engineers on social media.
  • Can I learn Android without knowing Java?

  • Yes, you can learn Android without knowing Java, but it will be difficult and frustrating at some point.
  • Is Android 10 safe to install?

  • Yes, it is very safe to install.
  • Who is the owner of Android?

  • Google.
  • Is Apple-owned by Android?

  • No, it is owned by Apple Inc.
  • What is the name of Android 10?

  • Android Q is now Android 10.
  • Which Java is used in Android?

  • Android uses the latest Java language and its libraries.
  • Should I learn Java before Android development?

  • Yes, you must learn Java before Android development. Because the default development language of Android is Java.
  • Where can I learn Android development?

  • You can learn Android development from iOS development courses on Udemy, iOS development courses on Udacity, iOS development courses on Coursera, etc.
  • How much does it cost to develop an app in Shimla?

  • A simple app costs about 5000$. Medium Apps cost about 15000$ to 30000$. Complex apps cost more than 50000$.
  • Where can I learn Android app development for free?

  • Various websites provide details about Android app development.