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Android Training SAS Nagar Chandigarh, Android Training Institutes SAS Nagar Chandigarh

List of Best Android Training SAS Nagar Chandigarh, Android Training Institutes SAS Nagar Chandigarh with address, Phone numbers, course fee, student reviews and training course learning at SAS Nagar area in Chandigarh City. As of June 23, 2018, We have total of 8 Android training institutes in and around also near to SAS Nagar in Chandigarh.

 

 

training institutes Omninos Solutions
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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Omninos Solutions provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
training institutes DEVEX HUB
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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Address: SCF 11, 1st Floor, Phase 11 Mohali SAS Nagar Chandigarh-160062
DEVEX HUB provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
training institutes iAppTunes by Omninos
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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iAppTunes by Omninos provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
training institutes Snowflakes Software Pvt Ltd
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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Snowflakes Software Pvt Ltd provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
 
training institutes Webarox Technologies
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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Address: F-206, First Floor, Phase 8B, Industrial Area, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 160055 SAS Nagar Chandigarh-160055
Webarox Technologies provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
training institutes TECHKALEIDO
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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Address: F-452,PHASE-8B,INDUSTRIAL AREA,MOHALI Mohali SAS Nagar Chandigarh-160071
TECHKALEIDO provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
training institutes ToXSL Technologies Pvt Ltd
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar
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Address: C-127, 4th Floor, Industrial Area, Phase-8, (Sec-72), Mohali, Punjab. SAS Nagar Chandigarh-160071
ToXSL Technologies Pvt Ltd provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
training institutes WindowIT Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Chandigarh - SAS Nagar

 

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WindowIT Technologies Pvt. Ltd. at SAS Nagar - training lab photo_8243 
Address: SCF 51 Top Floor XI Phase Mohali SAS Nagar Chandigarh-160062
WindowIT Technologies Pvt. Ltd. provides placement Android training in SAS Nagar , Titanium Mobile Application, Android Game Development, Android Application Development training classes at SAS Nagar.
 
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Android Placement training, Course fees, Trainer Profile in sas-nagar

iAppTunes by Omninos institute located at sas-nagar in chandigarh offers 3 Months of Android training course in Chandigarh with 100% Placement Assistance.

A hard working professional with 4+ years of experience in Java & Android development and consulting. An excellent communicator with the ability to deal with issues with precision & accuracy, with fol

INTRODUCTION TO MOBILITY

Since the start of this millennium, a standard mobile device has gone from being no more than a simple two-way pager to being a mobile phone, GPS navigation device, an embedded web browser and instant messaging client, and a handheld game console. The future of computer technology rests in mobile computing with wireless networking. Mobile computing by way of tablet computers and smartphones is becoming more popular.
JAVA SCRIPT

JavaScript is an interpreted programming or script language from Netscape. It is somewhat similar in capability to Microsoft’s Visual Basic, Sun’s Tcl, the UNIX-derived Perl, and IBM’s REXX. In general, script languages are faster to code than the more structured and compiled languages such as C and C++. Script languages generally take longer to process than compiled languages, but are very useful for shorter programs.
CSS

A cascading style sheet (CSS) is a Web page derived from multiple sources with a defined order of precedence where the definitions of any style element conflict. The Cascading Style Sheet, level 1 (CSS1) recommendation from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), specifies the possible style sheets or statements that may determine how a given element is presented in a Web page.
JQUERY

jQuery is a fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library. It makes things like HTML document traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax much simpler with an easy-to-use API that works across a multitude of browsers. With a combination of versatility and extensibility, jQuery has changed the way that millions of people write JavaScript.
JQUERY MOBILE

jQuery Mobile is a cross platform mobile framework designed to simplify and enhance the development of mobile web applications by integrating HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and jQuery UI into one framework that is not only robust, but maintainable and organized. jQuery Mobile is built upon the existing jQuery core, meaning that if you understand the jQuery syntax, then you will have no problem getting JM to work.
PERFORMANCE ENGINEERING

Performance Engineering or SPE (Systems Performance Engineering or Software Performance Engineering) within systems engineering, encompasses the set of roles, skills, activities, practices, tools, and deliverables applied at every phase of the systems development life cycle which ensures that a solution will be designed, implemented, and operationally supported to meet the non-functional requirements for performance (such as throughput, latency, or memory usage).
ANDROID

Android is the name of the mobile operating system owned by American company; Google. Mostly, it comes installed on a variety of smartphones and tablets from a host of manufacturers offering users access to Google’s own services like Search, YouTube, Maps, Gmail and more. This means you can easily look for information on the web, watch videos, search for directions and write emails on your phone, just as you would on your computer, but there’s more to Android than these simple examples.
PROCESS AND QUALITY

Software quality management is a management process which develops and manages the quality of a software to make sure the product satisfies the user. The goals of SQM (software quality management) is to make sure a product is in good levels of quality and meets the regulations and standards the customer needs from the product.

 

Best Android training institutes in sas-nagar, chandigarh - Training Requirements

List of training requirements recieved for Best Android training centers in sas-nagar, chandigarh.


Saurabh Sharma (sas-nagar Chandigarh on 12-Jan-2017 )
Game development training Android training for Android Game Development course - android training in chandigarh (sas-nagar)
 


 

Android course Content / syllabus at sas-nagar, chandigarh.

We gathered most widely used Android course content used by training institutes in sas-nagar,chandigarh. The Android course syllabus covers basic to advanced level and it may vary based on Android training classes offered in sas-nagar.

 

1) Introduction To Mobile Apps

I. Why we Need Mobile Apps
II. Different Kinds of Mobile Apps
III. Briefly about Android

2) Introduction Android

I. History Behind Android Development
II. What is Android?
III. Pre-requisites to learn Android
IV. Brief Discussion on Java Programming

3) Android Architecture

I. Overview of Android Stack
II. Android Features
III. Introduction to OS layers

4) Deep Overview in Android Stack

I. Linux Kernel
II. Libraries
III. Android Runtime
IV. Application Framework
V. Dalvik VM

5) Installing Android Machine

I. Configuring Android Stack
II. Setting up Android Studio
III. Working with Android Studio
IV. Using Older Android Tools

6) Creating First Android Application

I. Creating Android Project
II. Debugging Application through DDMS
III. setting up environment
IV. AVD Creation
V. Executing Project on Android Screen

7) Android Components

I. Activities
II. Services
III. Broadcast Receivers
IV. Content Providers

8) Hello World App

I. Creating your first project
II. The manifest file
III. Layout resource
IV. Running your app on Emulator

9) Building UI with Activities

I. Activities
II. Views, layouts and Common UI components
III. Creating UI through code and XML
IV. Activity lifecycle
V. Intents
VI. Communicating data among Activities

10) Advanced UI

I. Selection components (GridView, ListView, Spinner )
II. Adapters, Custom Adapters
III. Complex UI components
IV. Building UI for performance
V. Menus
VI. Creating custom and compound Views

11) Notifications

I. Toast, Custom Toast
II. Dialogs
III. Status bar Notifications

12) Multithreading

I. Using Java Mutithreading classes
II. AsyncTask
III. Handler
IV. Post
V. Writing an animated game

13) Styles And Themes

I. Creating and Applying simple Style
II. Inheriting built-in Style and User defined style
III. Using Styles as themes

14) Resources and Assets

I. Android Resource
II. Using resources in XML and code
III. Localization
IV. Handling Runtime configuration changes

15) Intent, Intent Filters and Broadcast Receivers

I. Role of filters
II. Intent-matching rules
III. Filters in your manifest
IV. Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers
V. Creating Broadcast receiver

Receiving System Broadcast

VI. Understanding Broadcast action, category and data
VII. Registering Broadcast receiver through code and through XML
VIII. Sending Broadcast

16) Data Storage

I. Shared Preferences
II. Android File System
III. Internal storage
IV. External storage
V. SQLite

a. IntroducingSQLite
b. SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database
c. Opening and closing adatabase
d. Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes
VI. Network

17) Content Providers

I. Accessing built in content providers
II. Content provider MIME types
III. Searching for content
IV. Adding, changing, and removing content
V. Creating content provider
VI. Working with content files

18)Services

I. Overview of services in Android
II. Implementing a Service
III. Service lifecycle
IV. Inter Process Communication (AIDL Services)

19) Multimedia in Android

I. Multimedia Supported audio formats
II. Simple media playback
III. Supported video formats
IV. Simple video playback

20) Location Based Services and Google Maps

I. Using Location Based Services
II. Finding current location and listening for changes in location
III. Proximity alerts
IV. Working with Google Maps
i. Showing google map in an Activity
ii. Map Overlays
iii. Itemized overlays
iv. Geocoder
v. Displaying route on map

21) Web Services and WebView

I. Consuming web services
II. Receiving HTTP Response (XML, JSON )
III. Parsing JSON and XML
IV. Using WebView

22) Sensors

I. How Sensors work
II. Using Orientation and Accelerometer sensors
III. Best practices for performance

23) WiFi

I. Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
II. Managing active connections
III. Managing WiFi networks

24) Telephony Services

I. Making calls
II. Monitoring data connectivity and activity
III. Accessing phone properties and status
IV. Controlling the phone
V. Sending messages

25) Camera

I. Taking pictures
II. Media Recorder
III. Rendering previews

26) Bluetooth

I. Controlling local Bluetooth device
II. Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices
III. Managing Bluetooth connections
IV. Communicating with Bluetooth

26) More

I. Fragments
II. Material Design
III. Gradle
IV. NEW TOPICS: Since each new version of Android has new features, we keep extra time for adding custom topics in every batch. You can request any Android Topic.

28) Android Application Deployment

I. Android Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows
II. Android Application Deployment on Android Market

 

 

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