Android Mobile App – A Published RSS Reader App
$94.99 Track price
I will take you from beginner to COMPLETELY published on the Google Play Store. NO OTHER COURSE takes you all the way through the process and in so much detail !!
–Review of this course
Really engaging, like the way you explain all the little things, good for us beginners!
–You will be published
By the time you’re done with this course you will have an app on the Play Store. One that earns passive income from advertising!
That’s money STRAIGHT into your pocket!
Please stop buying ‘How to code 10 Android apps in 10 days‘ courses…
There is so much more to Android app development than just plain coding tutorials!
That’s why I created this Android development course! No other Android development course takes you from beginner (with no experience) to published. They only show you ‘How to make an Android app’, wth no reference to all the other parts such as:
This course is for you if you want to:
This course is not for you if:
What software do you need?
Do you need experience?
What makes this course different?
It reveals the true nature of app development – an involved process with many design and usability iterations. Top clients (those with money) will expect a certain level of professionalism and do not mind large bills to match if you bring them value.
Courses : 6
Specification: Android Mobile App – A Published RSS Reader App
20 reviews for Android Mobile App – A Published RSS Reader App
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Igor Varshavsky –
First time that I really enjoy the training and can follow each instruction without problems. Very well polished course where every step makes lot of sense.
Stiof n Davies –
This course stats with potential but then fails to cover some crucial topics and items in getting started. Too much time is spent on general design principles,, which are useful, but none the less could be a separate course since they took up quite a bit of time. The Apple design reference, is unnecessary, with the Google Design reference being too brief, There is no explanation of the implementation of the views and libraries being used, and there are often times when the tutor does something (such as use a custom image) but fails to explain the implications of that (such as the way Android uses resolutions in imported images, and multiple image selection for different screen resolutions, and orientations on different devices. Above all its not clear that the tutor is actually familiar with Android studio (or Android for that matter, since he mentioned Android 7 was coming?) The tutor constantly the drag and drop tools for layout building tutorials, with no reference to the excellent autocomplete in the text view.For example, referencing drawable resources takes longer since the tutor uses the toolbox wizard instead of autocomplete to the drawable resource folder. Up till now, its all very stock, and there is little in depth Android development being explained. Much of what is going on happens without explanation. Im hoping that as the course goes on there will be more in depth code based examples and less drag and drop mentality.
Jacky Goh –
Bite Size Info yet detailed!
Michael Abrial –
This course truly takes you from beginning to end with clear instruction throughout. Well worth the price.
Rajiv Biswas –
Good and concise Topics…provides a good overview of things that make up an Android App…very lucid way of presentation…Thanks.
Still very good
Eric Sims –
So far the course is great in a beginning stand point. Just want to see how it all unfolds as the course goes on.
Philip Fehervari –
The font size and icons of the clips are WAY too small…This makes it really hard to understand what is happening in general (the code is mostly unreadable unless I get really close to the computer screen.)
Austin Jones –
This course is very detailed.
Lloyd Boone –
Very outdated course using an old version of Android Studio, and with poor (very hard to see coding) video presentations.
clear voice. Should include source code also.
Jonatan Brand o –
The course takes baby steps and shows how to interact with android studio and then android code itself. As a programmer I found it very interesting as Android has a complex structure to program for people who do not know.
Harsh Sahajwani –
Trainer has good knowledge and is able to make a connect with the audience. It is a great course with rich content and gives participants ample opportunities for hands on.
Alexandre de Oliveira Pereira –
Very good course for beginners. The instructor teaches you from the very beginning and goes all the way to the published app.
Bobin Philip –
Spyrous St –
Excelent Source of Information. Nice voice. Explains Well!
Anonymized User –
It is very straight to the point lecture. Super useful.
Girish Ananda –
Could have shared the codes in a downloadable file.
Gregory Prince –
I like the clear descriptions and language. The information has been presented well and is easy to comprehend.
Rub n Dar o Tirira –