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Lifecycle-Aware Components in Android
Learn about lifecycle-aware components including what they are, how they work & how to create your own components and test them.
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Jetpack Compose
In this Jetpack Compose Course, you’ll learn what Compose is, what its fundamental components are, and how they behave individually, and when composed together. Furthermore, you’ll learn how to build beautiful and reactive UI, with a lot of meaningful motion when it comes to animating custom components, input field state handling, error handling, and automatic state updates within an MVVM environment.
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MVVM on Android
In this course, you will learn how to build an Android app using the Model-View-ViewModel presentation architecture pattern including testing.
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Building with Bazel
Bazel is an open source build system created by Google for compiling large complex codebases. This courses teaches the basics of using building from writing a very simple Java application to compiling an Android app with a lots of dependencies. ✨ Made in collaboration with Spotify ✨
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Material Motion for Android
Learn about the different Material Motion patterns and how you can use them to improve your app’s transitions.
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Deep Links in Android
In this course, learn how to use deep links to redirect users to a specific destination inside your app. After you complete it, you’ll be able to create a feature that can be helpful in marketing or user engagement, and which moves user experience to whole other level.
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Cloud Firestore on Android - Getting Started
In this Firebase course on Android, learn what Cloud Firestore is and how it can be used to provide a NoSQL cloud-hosted Database for your app. Learn how to read and write data to Firestore from an Android application, listen to display changes in Firestore data in realtime, and use Firebase security rules to secure your Firestore data. Also, write some complex Firestore queries to sort and filter through displayed data.
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Jetpack Compose Animations
Jetpack Compose is revolutionizing the way Android developers build Android applications, so it’s no surprise that it’s also revolutionizing the ways Android developers create animations! In this course, you’ll learn how to use Jetpack Compose to make practical and visually pleasing animations. You’ll learn how to use simple animations to control things like visibility while also using more complex animations to dazzle your users.
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Jetpack Navigation: Getting Started
In this course, learn how to use the Navigation Architecture Component provided by Android Jetpack Library to simplify navigation in your app. It also helps you visualize your app’s navigation flow. You will also learn how to add Animations and Deep links to your navigation flow.
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SQLDelight in Android: Getting Started
In this course, we will introduce you to SQLDelight, a generator for typesafe Kotlin code based on SQL database statements, with built-in support for migrations, schema validation and IDE integrations. From initial installation all the way to customization, you’ll learn everything there is to know about this latest invention from Square.
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WindowInsets Handling & Keyboard Animations
Until now keyboards and Androids seemed to go in opposite directions. There was no API you could query to learn if the keyboard was open or to know its size. When the keyboard popped up, the screen and views would automatically rearrange themselves without a smooth transition. In this course learn how to interact with the keyboard via WindowInsets. Read its properties, know if it’s open, and create smooth, synchronous, animations.
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OkHttp Interceptors in Android
Learn how to use OkHttp Interceptors to intercept network requests, log them and also modify them on the fly.
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Android DataStore
DataStore is Google’s new and improved solution for persisting simple pieces of data by using either key-value pairs or protocol buffers for storing typed objects. It does so using Kotlin Coroutines and Flow to make all the transactions asynchronous, making all the data storing and fetching operations more performant and safe! It’s part of the Jetpack set of tools, so it’s also known as the Jetpack DataStore. In this course, learn how to store simple and complex typed data in Jetpack DataStore as well as migrating existing data from Shared Preferences.
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Resizable Apps & Multi-Window Support in Android
This course will show you how to make your apps resizable and in turn support the multi-window mode in Android. Using this approach, you’ll allow your users to multi-task by using multiple apps at the same time.
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Bubble Notifications in Android
Android 11 has amazing new features that allows developers provide great user experiences. In this course you are going to learn how to create bubble notifications to give users a quick way to access conversations with conversation shortcuts. Bubbles also give the developer sophisticated sharing and ranking capabilities, as well as improved multitasking.
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Android In App Review
This course will teach you how to implement the new Android In App Review API from the Play Core set of tools. You’ll learn how to ask for user reviews at key moments in your app to help increase your Play Store rating and improve your app visibility!
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Build an App Like Discord with Firebase
Learn how to create a messaging app like Discord or Slack using Firebase! Firebase is one of the most popular mobile development platforms out there that helps you implement authentication and a realtime database for your apps.
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Implementing Picture In Picture Mode In Android
Implement Picture In Picture mode to allow users to watch videos even while they use other apps. See how a real-world app uses PiP, then learn how to add awesome media playback controls to PiP mode for ease of use!
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Retrofit and Coroutines
The old way of making network calls with Retrofit utilizes callbacks. In this course, learn how to greatly simplify Android networking code with an app that retrieves and displays a list of GitHub repositories.
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Kotlin Whiteboard
Level up your whiteboard interview skills by solving a number of common coding interview questions using Kotlin.
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Dependency Injection with Hilt: Fundamentals
In this dependency injection course, learn how to apply an awesome new library called Hilt, to build dependency graphs, and inject dependencies into Android components in an automatic and lifecycle-aware way, without having to write a ton of boilerplate code, you had to write with Dagger.
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Jetpack Security
Learn how to use the AndroidX Jetpack Security library for managing security keys and encrypting file and preferences data.
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Mastering Git
Take the solid foundation laid by the Beginning Git course, and build upon it. Focus on fixing real-world problems, as you take a multi-user Git repository and work through the final steps of releasing a software product.
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Kotlin Flow: Getting Started
Kotlin Flow is a new asynchronous stream library from JetBrains, the company behind the Kotlin language. Sharing many similarities with Rx streams, Kotlin Flow is built on top of Kotlin Coroutines. Get started by learning the concepts and usage patterns for the Flow API within IntelliJ IDEA projects. Then, see Flow in action in an Android app. Note: Flow is experimental in Kotlin 1.3 but will likely be stable in Kotlin 1.4.
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