Android App Development.

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Piford Technologies provides the Android Training in Chandigarh. Piford Technologies is Mohali situated IT company deals in Android mobile applications for Indians and overseas customers. We trained the aspirants which are showing their interest in doing Android Course in Chandigarh.

We are not committed fake talks about afford a job after course completion. But we will make you professional android app developer which willguide you knowledge about latest technologies and trends. So you can efficiently get a job in the field of mobile App development. There are numerous students which are placed in a good companies and they acclaim our Organization as the Best Android Training Organization in Chandigarh.

Piford Technologies are planned at creating skilled manpower in the country by contributing quality training programs in the field of website development & mobile application development.

Areas of Development

    JAVA

  • Introduction
  • History
  • Class Structure
  • Main Method
  • Data Types
  • Variables
  • Operators

  • Arithmetic
  • Relational
  • Bitwise
  • Logical
  • Misc Operator
  • instance Of operator
  • Console Input/Output
  • Wrapper Classes
  • Decision Making Statements

  • If Statement
  • if-else Statement
  • Ladder-If
  • Switch Statement
  • Nested If
  • Looping

  • for loop
  • while loop
  • do-while loop
  • Methods

  • Declaration & Calling
  • Method with Parameter
  • Overloading
  • Class Object Creation
  • Constructor

  • Declaration & Calling
  • Constructor With Parameter
  • Overloading
  • super,this,static,final keywords
  • Inheritance

  • Single Level
  • Multi Level
  • Hierarchical
  • Multiple
  • Hybrid
  • Class

  • Nested Classes
  • Anonymous Class Declaration
  • Interface

  • Simple & Nested
  • Abstraction
  • Package
  • Access Specifier
  • Exception Handling

  • Pre Defined Exceptions
  • User Defined Exceptions
  • Throw & Throws Keyword
  • Threads

  • Introduction
  • Lifecycle
  • Thread using Thread Class
  • Thread using Runnable Interface
  • Methods in thread
  • MultiThreading
  • Synchronization

  • Block
  • Method
  • Class
  • Collection Framework

ANDROID

  • Introduction
  • History
  • API, SDK, ART
  • Android & JAVA
  • ANDROID FUNDAMENTALS

  • Basic Building blocks -Activities,Services,Broadcast Receivers & Content providers
  • UI Components -Views & notifications
  • Components for communication -Intents & Intent Filters
  • 5. Android API levels (versions & version names)
  • Basic UI design

  • 1. Form widgets
  • 2. Text Fields
  • 3. Layouts
  • 4. [dip, dp, sip, sp] versus px
  • 5. Lists
  • 6. Web View & Web Pages
  • Intents (in detail)

  • 1. What is intent ? How many types of intents use in android.
  • 2. Explicit Intents
  • 3. Implicit intents
  • Styles & Themes

  • 1. Styles.xml
  • 2. Drawable resources for shapes, gradients (selectors)
  • 3. Style attribute in layout file
  • 4. Applying themes via code and manifest file
  • Adapters and Widgtes

  • 1. ArrayAdapters
  • 2. BaseAdapters
  • 3. ListView and ListActivity
  • 4. Custom listview
  • 5. GridView using adapters
  • 6. Gallery using adapters
  • 7. Hashtable, Hashmap
  • Notifications

  • 1. Broadcast Receivers
  • 2. Services and notifications
  • 3. Toast
  • 4. Alarms
  • Threads

  • 1. Threads running on UI thread (runOnUiThread)
  • 2. Handlers & Runnable
  • 3. AsynTask (in detail)
  • Android Multimedia & Animation

  • 1. MediaPlyer: Audio
  • 2. MediaPlyer: Video
  • 3. Recording Media
  • Android Telephony

  • 1. TelephonyManager
  • 2. Get Call State
  • 3. Simple Caller Talker
  • 4. Phone Call
  • 5. Send SMS
  • Social Media Integration

  • 1. Facebook
  • 2. Youtube
  • 3. LinkedIn
  • 4. Twitter
  • Application Structure (in detail)

  • 1. AndroidManifest.xml
  • 2. Uses-permission & uses-sdk
  • 3. Resources & R.java
  • 4. Assets
  • 5. Layouts & Drawable Resources
  • 6. Activities and Activity lifecycle
  • Emulator-Android Virtual Device

  • 1. Launching Emulator
  • 2. Editing Emulator Settings
  • 3. Emulator Shortcuts
  • 4. Logcat Usage
  • 5. Introduction to DDMS
  • 6. Second App:-(Switching Between Activities)
  • 7. Develop an app for demonstrating the communication between Intents
  • Menu

  • 1. Option Menu
  • 2. Context Menu
  • 3. Sub Menu
  • 4. Menu from XML
  • 5. Menu via Code
  • 6. Drawer Navigation Bar
  • UI design

  • 1. Time and Date
  • 2. Images and media
  • 3. Composite
  • 4. Alert Dialogs & Toast
  • 5. Popup
  • Content Providers

  • 1. SQLite Programming
  • 2. SQLiteOpenHelper
  • 3. SQLiteDatabse
  • 4. Cursor
  • 5. Reading and updating Contacts
  • 6. Reading bookmarks
  • 7. Develop an App to demonstrate database usage. CRUD operations must be implemented.
  • Custom Components

  • 1. Custom Tabs
  • 2. Custom Layout
  • 3.Other Components
  • Preferences, Tabs & ADB Tools

  • 1. SharedPreferences
  • 2. What is Tab ? And what is the use of Tab activity.
  • 3. Fragments
  • Android Speech

  • 1. Custom Tabs
  • 2. Custom Layout
  • 3. Other Components
  • Android Device

  • 1. Bluetooth Tutorial
  • 2. List Paired Devices
  • 3. WIFI
  • 4. Phone Call
  • 5. Send SMS
  • Android Web API best android training institute in chandigarh

  • 1. SOAP
  • 2. REST
  • 3. XML
  • 4. JSON
  • Advanced Android best android training institute in chandigarh

  • 1. GCM Push Notification
  • 2. Gestures
  • . Integrate Google AdMob in App
  • 4. Put your APP in Google Play Store
  • 5. Google Map
  • 6. GPS Tracking
  • 7. PayPal Integration
  • Learn Code with Kotlin best android training institute in chandigarh

  • 1. Introduction to kotlin
  • 2. Syntax to Kotlin
  • 3. How to add Kotlin in Android Studio
  • 4. Develop apps using Kotlin