Pandora

Android App Development

Overview

There are close to 2 billion Android powered devices as of 2016, and for more than 200 million Indians, Android is the primary platform of consumption of content. From social and communication apps like Whatsapp, Instagram and Snapchat to utilities like Uber, Swiggy and Paytm - Android is the platform that enables companies to cater to their users 24x7.

Our Android Development course takes you on a comprehensive journey on the Android Studio that starts from building the UI, to connecting to network services and launching your product on the Google Play Store. The fact that all products have to launch on both web and mobile these days, means you'll be in demand in most products companies the day you graduate from Pandora.

UI Design

An app with great functionality must be complemented by top notch User Experience and a neat User Interface. We teach building both common and upcoming UI/UX patterns.

Firebase & Push Notifications

Firebase is Google's service that provides a realtime database and push notifications, so that you can send information to the user even when he is not using your app

Hardware Sensors

Sensors help us build context-aware apps. You'll learn how to use GPS location, orientation, speed sensors, and perform actions on events like flip and shake

Network & Databases

Most apps are connected in nature. You'll learn how to connected your apps to a backend to create an ecosystem of users and their data

Course Contents

  • Activities and UI
    Activities and UI

    The basic building blocks of an Android app – ‘the Activity’. Learn to make beautifully designed apps, with all kinds of screen sizes and all types of layouts. Learn how to build ‘ListViews’ for showing lists of data, in form of beautiful cards.the common Android design patterns like Navigation Drawer, Action Bar, Floating Action buttons all Material Design Concepts

    Lecture1-2
    1. Object Oriented Programming Concepts in Java
    2. Getting Started with Android Development Tools
    3. Activities and Basic UI Building

  • Background and Services
    Background and Services

    Not everything happens on the screen, so we will also learn how to create services that run in the background. AsyncTasks use multi-threading to run parallel operations on separate thread so the user doesn’t notice any work being done, and the app remains ever responsive.

    Lectures 3-10
    1. Adapters and ListViews
    2. Intents
    3. Fragments, ViewPagers and Navigation Drawer
    4. Services
    5. Permission Management
    6. Menus and Preferences

  • Data Storage
    Data Storage

    The course will cover all three ways of local data storage available in Android.

    Lectures 11-12
    1. Shared Preferences
    2. Files
    3. SQLite Databases

  • Network
    Network

    A mobile app is nothing without connectivity. Learn to add network connectivity and integrate your app with remote servers. Also we will cover how to use backend services like Firebase to create real-time databases and push notifications to create chat based applications.

    Lecture 12-18
    1.Network and Data Fetching
    2. BroadcastReceivers
    3. Hardware Sensors
    4.Animations and Graphics
    5. Alarms and AlarmManager
    6. ContentProviders

  • 3rd Party Libs
    3rd Party Libs

    Learn to integrate the most commonly used libraries that are used to make powerful and interactive apps like

    Lectures 19-22
    1. Google Maps
    2. Retrofit for REST APIs
    3. Picasso and Glide for showing images

FAQ

(Drop a line at [email protected] if you have further queries)

  • How much knowledge of Data Structures and Algorithms do I need to start with this course ?

    You need to have good command of data structures like Stacks, Queues and Lists. Also a basic idea of algorithms like sorting, searching, string manupulations. Also it is imperative to have good concepts of Object Oriented Programming

  • I have no idea of Java. Can I join ?

    That is not a problem, if the aforementioned concpets are clear, and you have coded in some other language like C++ before. We will cover the syntax of Java in the first couple of classes.

  • Do you have a test for admission into this course ?

    Yes, we have a simple test covering OOP concepts, basic Data structures and array/string manipulation. You need to undertake that test while registering for Pandora.

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Upcoming Batches

3-days a week Batches:
6th June at Pitampura
7th June at Dwarka
11th June at Greater Noida

Online code Submission & Evaluation
2 Hacakthons and Special Sessions on Competitive Coding
Regular Batch
₹20,000

(22 Lectures)

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Students        Pandora

  • I did the course on Android Development with Arnav Sir. The course content was very crisp and clear. It covered vast concepts in Android Dev. Starting from the basics (like activity lifecycle :P) we went on to learn Firebase for accessing data from server. We also had special class on Animations and User Interface. As part of the assignments we made apps after every class , which covered all the concepts learned till then.

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    Divyam Shah
    Student, DTU
  • you can study from him for hours and feel like minutes i mean he explains a tough topic so easily and in a way you will remember all your life. I can listen to him all day and still it wont be enough. Sometimes i just listen to him talk to other students and i gain so much knowledge.

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    Rishabh Khanna
    Via Quora Student, JIIT
  • I joined the Pandora batch for Android App Development as well. I am halfway through this course and I have already developed a few apps and in the middle of developing some big apps.

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    Piyush Ajmani
    Student, DTU