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About Course

The targeted audience for this course can be –

Recent graduate or postgraduate fresher
Software Engineers
Mobile Application Developers
Mobile Application Architect
Project Team / Lead
This combo course is designed to provide you the extensive knowledge for both Java programming and Android.

Because of the prevalence of Java and more the 3 billion devices which are running upon Java platform worldwide, there is a continued demand in worlds top industries for well-trained, highly-skilled Java programmers to create and maintain critical applications in java platform.

Under this course you will learn the core concept of Java programming as well as learn how to design and build a complete Android application from scratch. This course will improve your potential in the ever-growing Android market and move your development career forward.
After completing this course you will be able to –

Understand core concept of Java programming
Use object-oriented (OO) concepts in Java.
Work with Arrays and ArrayLists
Apply Exception Handling in Java
Understand the life-cycle of an Android application and its main components.
Build and Design an Android application from scratch.
Able to use different tools and plugins for the maintenance and debugging of Android applications.
Learn how to use external resources, intents, adapters and manifest files in any Android application.
Learn how to work with database in Android application
There is no formal prerequisite required to choose this course.


Java and Android

  • 1.1 Java Basics
    - Define the scope of variables
    - Define the structure of a Java class
    - Create executable Java applications with a main method
    - Import other Java packages to make them accessible in your code
  • 1.2 Working With Java Data Types
    - Declare and initialize variables
    - Differentiate between object reference variables and primitive variables
    - Read or write to object fields
    - Explain an Objects Lifecycle (creation, "dereference" and garbage collection)
    - Call methods on objects
    - Manipulate data using the StringBuilder class and its methods
    - Creating and manipulating Strings
  • 1.3 Using Operators and Decision Constructs
    - Use Java operators
    - Use parenthesis to override operator precedence
    - Test equality between Strings and other objects using == and equals ()
    - Create if and if/else constructs
    - Use a switch statement
  • 1.4 Creating and Using Arrays
    - Declare, instantiate, initialize and use a one-dimensional array
    - Declare, instantiate, initialize and use multi-dimensional array
    - Declare and use an ArrayList
  • 1.5 Using Loop Constructs
    - Create and use while loops
    - Create and use for loops including the enhanced for loop
    - Create and use do/while loops
    - Compare loop constructs
    - Use break and continue
  • 1.6 Working with Methods and Encapsulation
    - Create methods with arguments and return values
    - Apply the static keyword to methods and fields
    - Create an overloaded method
    - Differentiate between default and user defined constructors
    - Create and overload constructors
    - Apply access modifiers
    - Apply encapsulation principles to a class
    - Determine the effect upon object references and primitive values when they are passed into methods that change the values
  • 1.7 Working with Inheritance
    - Implement inheritance
    - Develop code that demonstrates the use of polymorphism
    - Differentiate between the type of a reference and the type of an object
    - Determine when casting is necessary
    - Use super and this to access objects and constructors
    - Use abstract classes and interfaces
  • 1.8 Handling Exceptions
    - Differentiate among checked exceptions, RuntimeExceptions and Errors
    - Create a try-catch block and determine how exceptions alter normal program flow
    - Describe what Exceptions are used for in Java
    - Invoke a method that throws an exception
    - Recognize common exception classes and categories


  • Lesson 1: Android Framework and Android Studio
    - Introduction
    - Android Platform Architecture
    - Android Libraries
    - Components of Android Application
    - Types of Android processes and their priorities
    - Pre-requisites for Android Application Development
    - Android Studio
    - Gradle
    - Instant Run
    - Lab 1: Creating Your First Application
  • Lesson 2: Android SDK Tools and Activity Class
    - Android Project Structure
    - The Android Manifest File
    - Android SDK Tools
    - Android Device Monitor
    - Android Debug Bridge (ADB)
    - Batterystats and Battery Historian
    - Performance Profiling Tools
    - Emulator Controls
    - Building Backward-Compatible Android Applications
    - Activity
    - Methods to Remember
    - Lab 2: Studying Activity Life-Cycle
  • Lesson 3: Fragments, Views, and List View
    - Introduction
    - Fragments
    - Views
    - List View and List Activity
    - Recycler View
    - Card View
    - Runtime Permissions
    - Methods to Remember
    - Lab 3: Views and Runtime Permissions
  • Lesson 4: Intent, Intent Filters, and Deep Linking
    - Introduction
    - Intents
    - Native Android Actions
    - Data Transfer
    - Intent to Call Activities
    - Register an IntentFilter
    - Deep Linking
    - Methods to Remember
    - Lab 4: Creating Constants Selection Application and Testing Deep Linking
  • Lesson 5: Android Layouts and Custom Views
    - Introduction
    - Views
    - Layouts
    - Customized Views
    - Modify Existing Views
    - Constraint Layout
    - Lab 5: Custom View, Drawer Layout, and Fragments Application
  • Lesson 6: Android Resources, Themes, and Material Design
    - Introduction
    - Android Resources
    - Android Themes and Styles
    - Android Material Design
    - Activity Transitions & Shared Element Transitions
    - Methods to remember
    - Lab 6: A To-Do List Application in Material Design
  • Lesson 7: Android UI Dialogs, Menus, and WebView
    - Introduction
    - User Interaction through Messages
    - Dialogs
    - Activities with Dialog Theme
    - Toasts
    - Snackbar
    - Menus
    - Web View
    - Methods to Remember
    - Lab 7: Wallpaper Application
  • Lesson 8: Android Storage and Background Processing
    - Android Storage Options
    - File I/O
    - Shared Preferences
    - Connecting to the internet
    - Background Processing
    - Lab 8: Quotes Provider Application
  • Lesson 9: Android Storage: SQLite and Content Providers
    - Introduction
    - Databases in Android
    - Content Providers
    - Native Android Content Providers
    - Custom Content Provider
    - Sync Adapters
    - ORMLite
    - Methods to Remember
    - Lab 9: SQLite Databases and Content Providers
  • Lesson 10: Android Notification
    - Introduction
    - Creating a Notification
    - Notification Actions
    - Expandable Notifications
    - Notification Layouts
    - Notification Priority
    - Notification with Android System
    - New Notification Features of Android 7
  • Lesson 11: Location Aware Apps Using GPS and Other Providers
    - Introduction
    - What is GPS and how it works?
    - Other location service providers
    - Methods to capture user location
    - Using Google Maps
    - Setting Geolocation
    - Pins, Layers and custom drawing
    - Reverse Geolocation and Geocoder Class
    - Requesting User Permission For Location Access
    - Testing GPS on Android Emulator
    - Mocking Location on an Emulator
    - LAB 11 : Location-Aware Apps Using the GPS and Google Maps

Exam & Certification

Oracle Certification in Java is raising the bar with Java SE 7 certification credentials. The Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) Java SE 7 certification objectives that measure not only your day-to-day programming skills, but also your ability to manage the situations you are likely to encounter on a variety of projects. The OCA Java SE 7 certification requires successfully completing a single exam: 1Z0-803. This Exam will be a prerequisite for Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) Java SE 7 (exam code 1Z0-804).

ATC (Advance Training Consultants) organizes a test named as “Android Certified Application Developer” to judge the skills and knowledge of an individual in android with exam code “AND-401”.


Java SE 7 Programmer I
Exam Number: 1Z0-803
Associated Certifications: Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer
Exam Product Version: Java SE
Duration: 120 minutes
Number of Questions: 70
Passing Score: 63% View passing score policy
Validated Against: This exam has been validated against SE 7.
format: Multiple Choice


Exam Name - Android Certified Application Developer
Exam Code: AND-401
Number of Question: 45
Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions
Passing Score: 70%
Exam Duration: 90 Minutes

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