Google Android Development


ABOUT

SLOT 1:
Date: 30th-31st December 2017
Venue: LA101
Reporting Time: 8am
Time: 9am-5pm

SLOT 2:
Date: 28th-29th December 2017
Venue: LA102
Reporting Time: 8am
Time: 9am-5pm

Google Android Development Workshop mainly focuses on how to use native Android OS for building your own Android Application. Students will be introduced to android development environment and firebase platform with tools and infrastructure designed to help developers build high-quality apps.

DETAILS

Date: 30th-31st December 2017

Duration: 2 Days [8 hrs per day]

Venue: IIT Bombay

Cost of Workshop:₹ 1,600/- per person

No. of Team Members: 1

Refund Deadline: 1st November 2017, No Refunds will be entertained after the Deadline.

**Limited number of seats

**If the Workshop gets cancelled, all the participants will be given full refund, irrespective of the Deadline.

CONTENT

BASIC Session:
Learn to build Single screen app with Maps and Firebase

This Codelab will provide a guided, hands-on coding experience. Most codelab will step you through the process of building a small application, or adding a new feature to an existing application source code.

What you'll learn:
● What is API Levels?
● Understanding Android Studio
● Basic programming languages intro: Java and XML
● Designing Front-end through XML
● Designing Backend through JAVA
● Practicing various design Layouts
● Working with various Widgets: Text-View, Edit-Text, Buttons, Image-Views, and ScrollView.
● What are Activity and its Life-Cycle?
● Designing an Activity
● Registering the Activity in Manifest File
● Setting up the Android Virtual Devices
● What are Intents
● Starting another Activity using both types of Intents
● Sending Data from one Activity to another


Codelab Session:
Make your App Material

Material design is a comprehensive guide for visual, motion, and interaction design across platforms and devices. In this codelab, you'll learn the principles of this design language by building a sample Android app.

What you'll learn:
● How to use the Android Design Support Library.
● How to use the Vector Drawables.
● How to apply material design to your Android app.

● The following key material design components and principles:
● Themes and colors to create tangible surfaces and print-like design
● App layout best practices for improved navigability
● Animation and touch feedback to express meaningful motion.

What you'll need:
● Android Studio version 2.1+ and JDK 8+
● A test device with Android 4.1+
● A USB micro to USB cable.

* Android devices running Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread, API Level 10) or higher may be used, however, some material design effects, such as the ripple effect, will not be visible on devices running on Android 4.4 (KitKat) or before.

SESSION 3:
Zero to Hero session

This talk will cover common doubts and faq every solo developer student has.It will include a walkthrough of publishing your app on play store to earning from mobile ads serving targeted audience worldwide through quality apps

What you'll learn:
● App publishing on google play store
● Make money while you learn
● General FAQ’s for student developers
● Publishing on Google Play through the Developer Console
● Display ads with AdMob.
● Increase installs with improved store listings
● Pricing and distribution


For detailed course content, kindly Click here.

RULES

Eligibility :
Participants having a valid ID card of their respective educational institutions are eligible for the workshop.

Team specifications :
Participants will have to register individually.

Prerequisites :
Each participant should bring one laptop with Dongle/Jio along with them.

Certificate criterion :
Participants should be present in all the sessions. Failing this, no certificate will be awarded to the participant.

CONTACT US

Sachit Mehrotra
sachit@techfest.org
+91 9619264565

Slot 1: 30th-31st December, Slot 2: 28th-29th December

Google Android Development


ABOUT

Google Android Development Workshop mainly focuses on how to use native Android OS for building your own Android Application. Students will be introduced to android development environment and firebase platform with tools and infrastructure designed to help developers build high-quality apps.

DETAILS

Date: 30th-31st December 2017

Duration: 2 Days [8 hrs per day]

Venue: IIT Bombay

Cost of Workshop:₹ 1,600/- per person

No. of Team Members: 1

Refund Deadline: 1st November 2017, No Refunds will be entertained after the Deadline.

**Limited number of seats

**If the Workshop gets cancelled, all the participants will be given full refund, irrespective of the Deadline.

CONTENT

    BASIC Session:
    Learn to build Single screen app with Maps and Firebase

    This Codelab will provide a guided, hands-on coding experience. Most codelab will step you through the process of building a small application, or adding a new feature to an existing application source code.

    What you'll learn:
    ● What is API Levels?
    ● Understanding Android Studio
    ● Basic programming languages intro: Java and XML
    ● Designing Front-end through XML
    ● Designing Backend through JAVA
    ● Practicing various design Layouts
    ● Working with various Widgets: Text-View, Edit-Text, Buttons, Image-Views, and ScrollView.
    ● What are Activity and its Life-Cycle?
    ● Designing an Activity
    ● Registering the Activity in Manifest File
    ● Setting up the Android Virtual Devices
    ● What are Intents
    ● Starting another Activity using both types of Intents
    ● Sending Data from one Activity to another


    Codelab Session:
    Make your App Material

    Material design is a comprehensive guide for visual, motion, and interaction design across platforms and devices. In this codelab, you'll learn the principles of this design language by building a sample Android app.

    What you'll learn:
    ● How to use the Android Design Support Library.
    ● How to use the Vector Drawables.
    ● How to apply material design to your Android app.

    ● The following key material design components and principles:
    ● Themes and colors to create tangible surfaces and print-like design
    ● App layout best practices for improved navigability
    ● Animation and touch feedback to express meaningful motion.

    What you'll need:
    ● Android Studio version 2.1+ and JDK 8+
    ● A test device with Android 4.1+
    ● A USB micro to USB cable.

    * Android devices running Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread, API Level 10) or higher may be used, however, some material design effects, such as the ripple effect, will not be visible on devices running on Android 4.4 (KitKat) or before.

    SESSION 3:
    Zero to Hero session

    This talk will cover common doubts and faq every solo developer student has.It will include a walkthrough of publishing your app on play store to earning from mobile ads serving targeted audience worldwide through quality apps

    What you'll learn:
    ● App publishing on google play store
    ● Make money while you learn
    ● General FAQ’s for student developers
    ● Publishing on Google Play through the Developer Console
    ● Display ads with AdMob.
    ● Increase installs with improved store listings
    ● Pricing and distribution


    For detailed course content, kindly Click here.

RULES

    Eligibility :
    Participants having a valid ID card of their respective educational institutions are eligible for the workshop.

    Team specifications :
    Participants will have to register individually.

    Prerequisites :
    Each participant should bring one laptop with Dongle/Jio along with them.

    Certificate criterion :
    Participants should be present in all the sessions. Failing this, no certificate will be awarded to the participant.

Sachit Mehrotra
sachit@techfest.org
+91 9619264565

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