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  • - 48 hours of live classroom
  • - 200 Hours of Industry Cases & Projects
  • - 24 X 7 Coding Support
  • - Gamified Learning
  • - Lifelong Access to Course Material
  • - International Certification
  • - Job Assistance


Google Certified Android App Developer Training

Course Overview


  • Intensive 4-month Program
  • DURATION 12 Weeks
    EFFORT 10-15 Hrs/Week
    CAREERS Software Analyst, Mobile App Developer, Android App Developer, Software Engineer.


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    Why You Should Take This Course

    High-Paying Jobs

    According to Paysa, Android Developers earn $ 89,000 per year on average.

    Growing Demand

    The number of jobs for App developers is expected to increase by over 20% in the next five years.

    Shortage of App Developers

    There will be approximately 135,300 new positions for App developers by the year 2024.

    How this course can transform your Career

    Acadgild Career Assistance


    Getting you up to speed

    Intial Phase

    Live Mentor

    Career Preperation

    • Interview Questions
    • Mock Interview
    • Online Reputation Building
    • Networking

    Second Phase

    Live Mentor

    Career Preperation

    • Interview Questions
    • Mock Interview
    • Online Reputation Building
    • Networking

    Final Phase

    Live Mentor

    Career Preperation

    • Interview Questions
    • Mock Interview
    • Online Reputation Building
    • Networking

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    What will you learn in this course

    • Creating application using Android Studio
    • Modifying project parameters in Android Studio and Gradle build files
    • Adding dependencies in Android Studio and Gradle build files
    • Deploying applications to a device or Emulator using Android Studio and ADB

    • Activities and the activity lifecycle for presenting user interface
    • Persisting application state during configuration changes
    • Navigating between activities using intents
    • Creating activity hierarchies (i.e. back vs. up navigation)
    • Synthesizing task stacks for external app entry points (e.g. deep links)

    • Android application threading model (i.e. main thread vs. background threads)
    • AsyncTask and Handler threading constructs
    • Using Loaders for lifecycle aware data loading
    • Extending AsyncTaskLoader & CursorLoader to preserve the main thread
    • Services for executing background work
    • IntentService for background threading execution

    • Using JobScheduler for syncs and periodic tasks
    • Scheduling time-sensitive tasks with alarms
    • Sending broadcast intents and receiving them with a broadcast receiver

    • Integrating AppCompat and other Android support libraries
    • Content providers for sharing local data with other applications
    • Implementing content observers to propagate data changes
    • Accessing resources from a Context in Java code

    • Building layouts using XML
    • Building layouts using Java code
    • Displaying layouts in an activity and accessing views from Java code
    • Providing alternative resources for device configuration changes
    • Localizing UI text into alternative languages

    • Grouping common UI design elements with styles
    • Customizing the application theme
    • Extending framework UI components to create custom views
    • Checking application layouts respond to accessibility events
    • Using RecyclerView to display a large data collection in a list or grid
    • Constructing options menu for action bar navigation
    • Implementing alternative (e.g. drawer, tab) navigation using support libraries

    • Using SharedPreferences to persistent and simple user data
    • Creating settings UI using the preferences framework
    • Reacting to changes in a SharedPreferences instance

    • Defining a database schema (tables, fields, and indices)
    • Creating an application-private SQLite database
    • Implementing database queries that return single and multiple results
    • Modifying databases with insert, update, and delete operations
    • Executing database operations inside a transaction
    • Preventing disk access on the main thread

    • Adding a widget to the user’s home screen
    • Updating active home screen widgets
    • Displaying notifications from the background
    • Using PendingIntent to package and send a delayed action

    • Writing and executing automated unit tests on the local JVM
    • Writing and executing automated instrumentation tests on an Android device
    • Using the system log output (and logcat tools) to trace code execution
    • Setting breakpoints and stepping through code in the Android Studio debugger
    • Locating an error from the stack trace of an uncaught exception
    • Using StrictMode to locate and report threading violations and leaks

    • Fetch user location & reverse geocoding using Geocoder
    • Learn how to monetize mobile apps
    • How to use Google Analytics to measure and improve your Mobile app
    • How to efficiently integrate third party libraries with minimal code

    Compare our courses with others

    FEATURES acadgild logo OTHER VIRTUAL
    DURATION 12 10-12 Weeks 4-6 Weeks
    TOTAL CODING HOURS 200 100-120 40-50
    PROJECTS acadgild logo acadgild logo acadgild logo
    Gamified Dashboard acadgild logo Rarely provided acadgild logo
    Lifetime Access to Dashboard acadgild logo acadgild logo acadgild logo
    24x7 Coding Support acadgild logo Rarely provided acadgild logo
    Job Assistance Program acadgild logo Rarely provided acadgild logo
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    PRICING 749 2000 - 5000 25 - 50


    The course is about mobile app development for Android. You will learn the basics of Android Studio, and default integrated development environment (IDE) supported by Google to develop Android apps. You will also learn about wireless connectivity, Android Wear App development, and Google Play.

    The course is suited for anyone with a zeal to learn about Android. It is ideal for aspiring app developers.

    You need basic knowledge of math and programming, and the ability to think logically.

    • Microsoft® Windows® 7/8/10 (32- or 64-bit).
    • 4GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM (recommended).
    • i3 or higher processor.
    • Internet speed: Minimum 1 Mb/s.
    • Intel® VT-x (Virtualization Technology) enabled.

    Yes, the official certification exam for Android App Developers is called the 'Associate Android Developer Exam' which is conducted by Google. This course prepares you for it.

    The course will take 10-15 hours of your time every week.

    Yes, our group of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will provide you with all the assistance that you need to develop quality projects. You can work on one of our existing set of projects or develop one of your own.

    All sessions are recorded and uploaded to the course dashboard for you to access at your convenience.

    Our mentors are top-notch industry professionals with at least 5 years of experience. You will be taught by the best in all batches.

    You can view a recorded demo session in the Course Overview section. Alternately, you can sign up for a live demo there.

    Our job placement program offers students one-on-one career counselling, and the chance to work with our corporate partners.
    Candidates who fulfill the following criteria will be eligible for the program:
    • Scored 75% marks or above (resulting in a Platinum certificate) in the course.
    • Successfully completed at least 2 quality projects.
    • Scored 80% in all the mock technical interviews.
    • Was never found plagiarizing code.

    You can pay after registering for the course. We accept most credit and debit cards. You can also pay via net banking. Our payment portal has an EMI option if you wish to pay in installments.

    Our ‘Refer and Earn’ program gives you a discount on the course fees when your references join us. You may refer students by writing to us at [email protected]
    The details of the Refer and Earn policy can be found at https://acadgild.com/refer-and-earn.

    To request a refund, write to us at [email protected] You may apply for a refund in the first three days after paying the fees. No requests will be entertained after this initial period. The terms and conditions of AcadGild’s refund policy may be revised without prior notice. Please check websites for updates on this policy.

    You can write to us at [email protected] with your contact details. Our representatives generally respond to requests within 24 hours.

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