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Learn Kotlin Java, Develop Android App Development | Kotlin

Learn Kotlin and develop android app with Kotlin and Java, improve your android skills in Kotlin android app development


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37.7 hours · Self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Certificates
  • Reed courses certificate of completion - Free

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Overview

Hey there,

Welcome to the "Learn Kotlin Java, Develop Android App Development | Kotlin" course.
Learn Kotlin and develop android app with Kotlin and Java, improve your android skills in Kotlin android app development

Kotlin is popular for both Android developers and Java developers. Whether you want to learn Kotlin in order to build your next Android app, or simply need an introduction to language, OAK Academy has a top-rated course to help you achieve your goals.

Kotlin is a very new and up-to-date programming language. Kotlin android is accepted by Google as the official language for Android development. Therefore, it is a language that everyone who wants to be an android developer should know. In this course, we teach Kotlin programming language from beginner to advanced level, considering the importance of Kotlin.

Kotlin is a statically-typed, general purpose programming language used to develop for the Java Virtual Machine and Android devices. Kotlin is an amalgamation of the object-oriented and functional programming paradigms and can also be compiled to JavaScript source code.

Learn core Java Programming with this core Java course. This java programming course will take you a more experienced level

This Java Programming online course is one of the most awesome OAK Academy courses which teach step by step and follow the methodology in introducing concepts and demos ( learn by doing ) to the students so that they can learn with ease Java and learn the core Java skills needed to apply for Java developer positions.

OAK Academy's top-rated Java instructors specialize in a wide array of Java programming practices. Whether you need a basic introduction to Java and website building using Selenium WebDriver or are continuing your Android app developer education, OAK has you covered.

Learn android, android app development, android development, android studio from scratch and become an android developer

Due to its open-source nature, working with the Android platform necessitates constantly learning about the Android platform. My android development course on OAK Academy keeps you ahead of this learning curve, with hands-on lectures on Android operating systems and more.

· Do you want to improve your career options by learning android?

· Do you want to learn android app development from Scratch?

· Do you want to learn android development from Scratch?

· Do you want to be an android studio master?

· Do you want to build your first app?

If your answer is “yes” , you are at the right place!

In this The complete Android Developer course with Java and Kotlin, you will learn;

· What Kotlin is and how it works,

· Programming Fundamentals with Kotlin,

· Android Studio

· Java Development Kit – JDK

· Variables in android kotlin

· Kotlin Data Types

· Arrays in kotlin for android

· Operators in android app development kotlin

· Control Flow Statements

· Loops in android studio kotlin

· Functions

· Kotlin for java developers

· All Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming such as Class, Object, Constructor, Encapsulation, Inheritance etc.

· What Java is and how it works,

· Programming Fundamentals with Java,

· Eclipse

· Java Development Kit - JDK,

· Java Runtime Environment – JRE,

· Java Virtual Machine - JVM

· All Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming

· How To Use ‘Static’ Keyword and ‘Nested and Inner’ Classes

· Super Classes and Sub Classes

· Strings,

· Wrapper Classes,

· Throw and Throws

· Exceptions,

· Swing

· Layouts and Grid Layout

· Enum Types and more

· Android Environment Setup - Download, install and configure the necessary software

· Creating a New Project

· Android Studio

· Android Components

· Components and Life Cycles

· Publishing Your App on Google Play and more

Why would you want to take this course?

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

Fresh Content

It’s no secret how technology is advancing at a rapid rate. New tools are released every day, and it’s crucial to stay on top of the latest knowledge for being a better Android developer. You will always have up-to-date content for this course at no extra charge.

Video and Audio Production Quality

All our content is created/produced as high-quality video/audio to provide you with the best learning experience.

You will be,

· Seeing clearly

· Hearing clearly

· Moving through the course without distractions

You'll also get:

· Lifetime Access to The Course

· Fast & Friendly Support in the Q&A section

Dive in now!

We offer full support, answering any questions.

See you in theLearn Kotlin Java, Develop Android App Development | Kotlin class!

Certificates

Reed courses certificate of completion

Digital certificate - Included

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed

Curriculum

43
sections
242
lectures
37h 40m
total
    • 1: What will you learn_ 06:00
    • 2: Kotlin Overview 05:27
    • 3: Android Ecosystem 03:01
    • 4: Basic Programming Terms 02:55
    • 5: Project Files 01:00
    • 6: Documents 01:00
    • 7: quiz 01:00
    • 8: Installing Java Development Kit (JDK) 09:29
    • 9: Android Studio Installation - Part 1 new 10:16
    • 10: Android Studio Installation - Part 2 new 14:35
    • 11: Android Studio Interface 19:57
    • 12: quiz 01:00
    • 13: First Kotlin Program 15:09
    • 14: Variables new 12:16
    • 15: Data Types 08:33
    • 16: Type Conversions 08:55
    • 17: String Data Types 13:47
    • 18: Arrays 14:33
    • 19: ArrayList 14:37
    • 20: Set 05:25
    • 21: Map 09:43
    • 22: QUIZ 01:00
    • 23: Arithmetic Operators 04:51
    • 24: Assignment Operators 05:22
    • 25: Unary Operators 06:21
    • 26: Equality and Relational Operators 05:10
    • 27: Conditional Operators 04:40
    • 28: Operator Precedence 05:04
    • 29: rangeTo() Function and in Operator 06:09
    • 30: Console Input 08:49
    • 31: If-else Statement 06:57
    • 32: If-Else If-Nested If Statement 09:14
    • 33: Kotlin android - When statement in kotlin 06:57
    • 34: kotlin android - For Loop in Kotlin 16:30
    • 35: android kotlin - While and Infinite Loops in kotlin 14:13
    • 36: Kotlin: Do-While Loop 02:54
    • 37: kotlin for - Functions in Kotlin 05:55
    • 38: kotlin for Types of Function in Kotlin 18:23
    • 39: QUIZ 01:00
    • 40: Android Kotlin - Object and Class in Kotlin OOP 05:50
    • 41: kotlin android - Visibility (Access) Modifiers in Kotlin 03:05
    • 42: android kotlin - Naming Conventions in Kotlin 02:37
    • 43: Constructor in Kotlin OOP - Part 1 14:28
    • 44: kotlin java - Constructor in Kotlin OOP - Part 2 15:34
    • 45: kotlin course - Encapsulation in Kotlin OOP 04:47
    • 46: kotlin - Inheritance in kotlin oop 10:06
    • 47: kotlin - Function Overriding in Kotlin OOP 11:55
    • 48: Abstract Classes - Object Oriented Programming 11:50
    • 49: ktln - Interfaces in kotlin object oriented programming 10:21
    • 50: quiz 01:00
    • 51: quiz 01:00
    • 52: Installing Android Virtual Device (Emulator) android 20:23
    • 53: Installing Genymotion Emulator 11:03
    • 54: Gradle Build System - android app development 07:23
    • 55: Manifest File - android app development with kotlin 08:10
    • 56: Introduction to Resources Folder - kotlin 13:56
    • 57: JAVA Project Files and Course Documents 01:00
    • 58: FAQ About Java programming 03:00
    • 59: Layouts - kotlin android 19:41
    • 60: Constraint Layout - kotlin for android 13:08
    • 61: TextViews - android studio 25:10
    • 62: Buttons - kotlin with android 18:53
    • 63: EditTexts - android app 15:09
    • 64: ImageView - android jetpack 09:44
    • 65: CheckBox - kotlin and android 12:41
    • 66: Radio Button - android app development with kotlin 17:16
    • 67: Toggle Button - kotlin for android developer 11:04
    • 68: Spinner in Android - android studio 15:46
    • 69: Android Toast Message - android jetpack 07:12
    • 70: Android Snackbar Message - android app 08:18
    • 71: Android Dialog Message - kotlin android app 15:06
    • 72: Recycler View in Android - Part 1 22:44
    • 73: Recycler View in Android - Part 2 28:42
    • 74: Android Scroll View 05:16
    • 75: Android ListView - android kotlin list view 12:55
    • 76: Android Grid View - android app with kotlin 20:59
    • 77: Android Web View - android app using kotlin 07:02
    • 78: Intent - kotlin android studio 20:44
    • 79: Application Lifecycle - android app 16:11
    • 80: Activity Lifecycle - kotlin android java new 14:09
    • 81: Fragment Lifecycle 15:52
    • 82: Services in kotlin work manager android jetpack 33:31
    • 83: Broadcast Receivers 23:11
    • 84: Android View Binding - kotlin android jetpack 11:27
    • 85: Shared Preferences Class 04:42
    • 86: Saving Data to the Local Memory - android jetpack 18:20
    • 87: Calling Back Data - android database 06:55
    • 88: Multiple Language Support in kotlin android 15:15
    • 89: Support Different Pixel Densities 19:48
    • 90: Support Different Screen Sizes android kotlin 16:16
    • 91: TO-DO List Project 34:28
    • 92: Math Game - Part 1 07:15
    • 93: Math Game - Part 2 10:06
    • 94: Math Game - Part 3 13:57
    • 95: Math Game - Part 4 17:57
    • 96: Math Game - Part 5 15:05
    • 97: Math Game - Part 6 19:27
    • 98: What We Will Learn 01:17
    • 99: Getting Started With Java ( JDK, JRE and JVM ) 04:57
    • 100: Installing Java on Windows 04:27
    • 101: Installing Java on Linux 04:27
    • 102: Installing Java on Mac 05:07
    • 103: Download and Run Eclipse 07:17
    • 104: quiz 01:00
    • 105: What is IDE 02:15
    • 106: First Java Program - Hello World 04:42
    • 107: Compiling and Running Applications 00:56
    • 108: Closer Look at the First Java Program 01:48
    • 109: quiz 01:00
    • 110: Closer Look at the Java 03:10
    • 111: What Are Variables_ 10:20
    • 112: Basic Output 04:37
    • 113: Basic Input 05:02
    • 114: Comments 05:37
    • 115: Data Types 08:30
    • 116: Type Conversion & Type Casting 05:41
    • 117: Stack & Heap 01:39
    • 118: Arrays 07:36
    • 119: quiz 01:00
    • 120: Arithmetic Operators 05:06
    • 121: Assignment Operators 05:43
    • 122: Unary Operators 05:33
    • 123: Equality and Relational Operators 04:37
    • 124: Conditional Operators 04:56
    • 125: Operator Precedence 04:14
    • 126: Expressions, Statements and Blocks 03:00
    • 127: If, If-Else Statement 05:34
    • 128: If-Else - If Ladder Statement, Nested If Statement 10:14
    • 129: Switch-Case Statement 07:04
    • 130: Project 1_ Calculator 08:29
    • 131: For Loops 06:44
    • 132: For-Each Loop 06:13
    • 133: While Loop 04:39
    • 134: Do - While Loop 05:39
    • 135: Break Keyword 04:45
    • 136: Continue Keyword 02:38
    • 137: Return Keyword 03:09
    • 138: Project 2_ Fibonacci Series 07:18
    • 139: What is Method_ 03:42
    • 140: Method Calling 01:15
    • 141: Types of Methods & Method Return Types 09:07
    • 142: Method Overloading 03:38
    • 143: Project 3_ Find Exponential Number 05:31
    • 144: quiz 01:00
    • 145: Object & Class 06:01
    • 146: Access Modifiers 01:55
    • 147: Naming Conventions 02:20
    • 148: Constructors 10:31
    • 149: Packages 11:40
    • 150: “Static” Keyword 08:38
    • 151: Nested & Inner Classes 08:11
    • 152: quiz 01:00
    • 153: Inheritance 08:18
    • 154: Method Overriding 07:44
    • 155: “Super” and “This” Keywords 08:28
    • 156: “Final” Keyword 07:26
    • 157: Abstract Classes 10:06
    • 158: Interfaces 06:43
    • 159: Polymorphism 07:16
    • 160: Encapsulation 09:03
    • 161: What is Wrapper Class in Java_ 01:36
    • 162: Conversion of Types 01:52
    • 163: Autoboxing - UnBoxing 04:16
    • 164: What is String_ 11:35
    • 165: Useful Methods of String 08:18
    • 166: Why String is Immutable_ 01:38
    • 167: StringBuffer Class 05:35
    • 168: StringBuilder Class 03:35
    • 169: String vs String Buffer vs String Builder 01:45
    • 170: Project 4_ Reverse String 03:56
    • 171: Intro to Exception 02:02
    • 172: What Is The Difference Between Error and Exception_ 03:14
    • 173: Exception Types 02:43
    • 174: Try – Catch Block 01:59
    • 175: Finally Block 12:34
    • 176: Differences Between _Throw_ and _Throws_ 01:00
    • 177: Throw Keyword 04:45
    • 178: Throws Keyword 05:39
    • 179: Exception Methods 06:42
    • 180: Project 5_ Bank Account Balance 14:41
    • 181: Introduction to Java Swing 02:25
    • 182: Swing Containers, Labels, Text Fields and Buttons 02:28
    • 183: Layouts 07:19
    • 184: Project 6_ Login Form in Swing 16:56
    • 185: quiz 01:00
    • 186: Enum Types 08:49
    • 187: Project 7_ Traffic Lights Program With Enum 07:00
    • 188: quiz 01:00
    • 189: Installing Android Studio - Part 1 07:56
    • 190: Installing Android Studio - Part 2 14:09
    • 191: Project Files and Course Documents 01:00
    • 192: Android Studio Interface 18:35
    • 193: Installing Android Virtual Device (AVD - Emulator) 21:56
    • 194: Gradle Build System 06:04
    • 195: Manifest File 05:57
    • 196: Introducton to Resources 13:41
    • 197: R java file-new 06:59
    • 198: Enabling Virtualization (VT-x or AMD-V, SVM) in BIOS 01:00
    • 199: Layouts 13:46
    • 200: Textviews 14:03
    • 201: Buttons 15:47
    • 202: EditText 16:19
    • 203: ImageView 07:38
    • 204: RadioButton 09:51
    • 205: CheckBox 10:27
    • 206: ToggleButton 07:53
    • 207: Spinner 11:36
    • 208: Toast Message 03:24
    • 209: Snackbar Message 06:26
    • 210: Alert Dialog 09:24
    • 211: Constraint Layout 14:05
    • 212: ListView 11:56
    • 213: Recycler View - Part 1 23:09
    • 214: Recycler View - Part 2 27:46
    • 215: Grid View 17:42
    • 216: ScrollView 05:41
    • 217: WebView 07:12
    • 218: Application Lifecycle 16:20
    • 219: Activity Lifecycle 15:02
    • 220: Fragment Lifecycle 14:16
    • 221: Services 26:40
    • 222: Broadcast Receiver 22:13
    • 223: Intent 11:40
    • 224: Shared Preferences Class 04:42
    • 225: Saving Data Local Memory 19:39
    • 226: Calling Back Data 08:00
    • 227: support different languages 14:32
    • 228: Different Pixel Densities 18:48
    • 229: Support Different Screen Sizes 18:59
    • 230: To Do List 31:28
    • 231: APK Release Version 04:42
    • 232: Building APK Files 07:17
    • 233: Signing APK 04:38
    • 234: Google Developer Account 03:12
    • 235: Release Your App 17:04
    • 236: Math Game part 1 07:23
    • 237: math game part 2 10:36
    • 238: Math game part 3 11:00
    • 239: Math Game Part 4 18:46
    • 240: Math Game Part 5 15:11
    • 241: Math Game Part 6 19:02
    • 242: Tips & Tricks 16:02

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Description

Hey there,

Welcome to the "Learn Kotlin Java, Develop Android App Development | Kotlin" course.
Learn Kotlin and develop android app with Kotlin and Java, improve your android skills in Kotlin android app development

Kotlin is popular for both Android developers and Java developers. Whether you want to learn Kotlin in order to build your next Android app, or simply need an introduction to language, OAK Academy has a top-rated course to help you achieve your goals.

Kotlin is a very new and up-to-date programming language. Kotlin android is accepted by Google as the official language for Android development. Therefore, it is a language that everyone who wants to be an android developer should know. In this course, we teach Kotlin programming language from beginner to advanced level, considering the importance of Kotlin.

Kotlin is a statically-typed, general purpose programming language used to develop for the Java Virtual Machine and Android devices. Kotlin is an amalgamation of the object-oriented and functional programming paradigms and can also be compiled to JavaScript source code.

Learn core Java Programming with this core Java course. This java programming course will take you a more experienced level

This Java Programming online course is one of the most awesome OAK Academy courses which teach step by step and follow the methodology in introducing concepts and demos ( learn by doing ) to the students so that they can learn with ease Java and learn the core Java skills needed to apply for Java developer positions.

OAK Academy's top-rated Java instructors specialize in a wide array of Java programming practices. Whether you need a basic introduction to Java and website building using Selenium WebDriver or are continuing your Android app developer education, OAK has you covered.

Learn android, android app development, android development, android studio from scratch and become an android developer

Due to its open-source nature, working with the Android platform necessitates constantly learning about the Android platform. My android development course on OAK Academy keeps you ahead of this learning curve, with hands-on lectures on Android operating systems and more.

· Do you want to improve your career options by learning android?

· Do you want to learn android app development from Scratch?

· Do you want to learn android development from Scratch?

· Do you want to be an android studio master?

· Do you want to build your first app?

If your answer is “yes” , you are at the right place!

In this The complete Android Developer course with Java and Kotlin, you will learn;

· What Kotlin is and how it works,

· Programming Fundamentals with Kotlin,

· Android Studio

· Java Development Kit – JDK

· Variables in android kotlin

· Kotlin Data Types

· Arrays in kotlin for android

· Operators in android app development kotlin

· Control Flow Statements

· Loops in android studio kotlin

· Functions

· Kotlin for java developers

· All Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming such as Class, Object, Constructor, Encapsulation, Inheritance etc.

· What Java is and how it works,

· Programming Fundamentals with Java,

· Eclipse

· Java Development Kit - JDK,

· Java Runtime Environment – JRE,

· Java Virtual Machine - JVM

· All Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming

· How To Use ‘Static’ Keyword and ‘Nested and Inner’ Classes

· Super Classes and Sub Classes

· Strings,

· Wrapper Classes,

· Throw and Throws

· Exceptions,

· Swing

· Layouts and Grid Layout

· Enum Types and more

· Android Environment Setup - Download, install and configure the necessary software

· Creating a New Project

· Android Studio

· Android Components

· Components and Life Cycles

· Publishing Your App on Google Play and more

Why would you want to take this course?

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

Fresh Content

It’s no secret how technology is advancing at a rapid rate. New tools are released every day, and it’s crucial to stay on top of the latest knowledge for being a better Android developer. You will always have up-to-date content for this course at no extra charge.

Video and Audio Production Quality

All our content is created/produced as high-quality video/audio to provide you with the best learning experience.

You will be,

· Seeing clearly

· Hearing clearly

· Moving through the course without distractions

You'll also get:

· Lifetime Access to The Course

· Fast & Friendly Support in the Q&A section

Dive in now!

We offer full support, answering any questions.

See you in theLearn Kotlin Java, Develop Android App Development | Kotlin class!

Who is this course for?

  • A total beginner, with a curious mind and wants to be an app developer
  • Anyone who wants to learn to Android code
  • Anyone who wants to become an Android Developer
  • Programmers who are interested in building Android apps
  • Anyone who wants to create Android Applications using the Kotlin programming language
  • Anyone who has no previous Android Development coding experience but wants to become expert
  • Anyone who would like to work from anywhere in the world
  • Anyone who wants to learn the most up to date android
  • Anyone planning a job transformation and wants to become an Android developer
  • Those who want to develop an Android mobile application.
  • Anyone who is planning job transformation and want to become a Kotlin developer
  • Anyone who wants to learn important subjects of kotlin android
  • Anyone who wants to become a computer programmer like android kotlin
  • Those who want to develop an Android mobile application with Kotlin
  • Who wants to improve their existing Android App Development Kotlin knowledge
  • Anyone who are planning job transformation and want to become Java developer
  • Anyone who wants to become a computer programmer like Java
  • Those who want to develop applications using the Java programming language
  • Those who want to improve their application development skills using Android studio and java programming language

Requirements

  • No prior knowledge is required for Android Development
  • No Android coding knowledge required!
  • We prefered Windows OS (64-bit) but this is not mandatory. You can prefer to use other Operating Systems.
  • Having a working computer with 8 GB RAM or higher and internet connection
  • Desire to learn Android Application Development
  • Nothing else! It’s just you, your computer and your ambition to get started today
  • Watching the Android App Development course videos completely, to the end and in order.
  • No prior android kotlin knowledge is required
  • No Kotlin coding knowledge required
  • Watching the course videos completely, to the end and in order

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