Android Development Training

Beginning to know A-Z about Android

Kodelabs Android Development course specially designed for freshers and College students. If you are looking for job in Android app development industry, Kodelabs brings right platform for easy hands on Android SDK and building mobile apps.

As we know today Android has fully grown to become the biggest operating systems for smartphones. Kodelabs Android programme will help you to take your development skills to a next levels. Our Kodelabs programme conceptualization caters Android fast growing basic concepts and rules in coding with Eclipse, SQLite, Android Studio skill set to grow right mobile app development horizon.

Also Android is most used mobile technology with approximately 82% of all mobile phones founded on android. Nowadays the 3 e's I.e e-commerce, education, entertainment have additionally changed into user friendly portable applications for clients everywhere. It increases demand of skillful Android app developers in the market to 40% with average package of 3.5 to 5 LPA in India.

Kodelabs programme make your Learn, Code, Develop the simple android app programming with right LMS tools, Android Industry Experts, set of instructions and real app assignment to furnish learning and Quizzes + Tests to analyze your skills. Kodelabs helps you use the Android beautiful user interface with easy to develop apps on this platform.

Kodelabs training will enables your coding skills to run faster with proper planning and creating Android apps smaller assignment that lands Freshers and Students to find the best position in this Android App Development culture.

What all things you will know with Kodelabs Android Programme before step by step implementation starts:

  • Install and use Android Studio
  • Run apps from Android Studio on both a device and an emulator.
  • Create and use activities in Android.
  • Use views to create your app's user interface
  • Enable user interaction through click handlers.
  • Create layouts using the Android Studio layout editor.
  • Create and use RecyclerViews.
  • Run tasks in the background.
  • Save data in Android shared preferences.
  • Save data in a local SQL database.

  • “There are various category of Android applications available in market like Music, Books, Lifestyle, Entertainment, Education etc. and everyone think to develop bigger Android Apps like Whatsapp, Myntra, Paytm, Ola etc most popular applications. ”.

    Free LMS subscription

    With Kodelabs LMS, Students will receive accurate hands-on experience using Course content and assignments weekly. We have genuine enterprise level Full Stack Web Development problem statements to give hands on coding in development labs. Every week LMS portal generates form of assignment for students and submission in relevant time period is recommended. You feel the difference in Development, Testing and Production environment and DevOps Software Cycles.

    Regularly students can interact with the respective Instructors for course specific problems and queries and regularly Instructors resolving the Full Stack Web Development queries within 24 hours response time.

    LMS provides weekly reports on the course modules completion and track the status of assignments pending. Kodelabs provides you real-time mobile notifications for announcements, leaves, courses missed and pending assignment and credits earned.

    On successful completion of Full Stack Web Development course, students will receive a course completion Certificate from Kodelabs School of Java Online plus Offline to publish in your CVs.

    Learners and applicants should have some basic knowledge of Java and OOPs concepts can help.

  • Graduates Student, Professional, and Job Seekers
  • People having passion for learning android app development
  • Web developers looking for a career change into Android app development


    Android Studio | SQLite


  • Learn about the Android basic, its architecture
  • Usage of various Layouts and Widgets and Implementing event receivers in your Android application
  • Learn how to work with APIs, web services and advanced databases.
  • Build and publish your own Android apps in the Google Play store with Free Developers Account
  • Develop Android apps independently and start getting earning using adsense and Google marketing engines
  • Gain complete knowledge about Android Online/Offline mode implementations
    • 1.Introduction to Android Development
      • Topics Covered
      • • Installing Android SDK and Android Studio
      • • Key feature of Android 6.0 Marshmallow
      • • Creating Android project
      • • Simple App Demo to take input and say “ hello + name”
    • 2.Android Activity and Intents
      • Topics Covered
      • • Activity lifecycles
      • • Intenst, Passing data, Launching activities
      • • Supporting different devices, Adding action bar and Saving data
    • 3.Layouts and Controls
      • Topics Covered
      • • Android Layouts, Menu and Inputs controls
      • • Setting, Dialog, Toasts and Drag & Drop
    • 4.List Views and SQLite
      • Topics Covered
      • • List Views and Loader
      • • Methods to manage SQLite database
    • 5.Services
      • Topics Covered
      • • Bound service, Creating a bound services
      • • Managing a lifecyle of bound service
      • • Communication with remote service
    • 6: Content Providers
      • Topics Covered
      • • Content provider basics
      • • Creating content providers, Calender provider and Contact provider
    • 7: UI and Fragments
      • Topics Covered
      • • Fragments, Dynamic UI with Fragments
      • • Loader, Task and back stack
    • 8: Location and Sensors
      • Topics Covered
      • • Getting a current location
      • • Using maps with location
      • • Location strategies and Sensors Overview
      • • Motion sensors and Position sensors
      • • Environment sensors
    • 8: Location and Sensors
      • Topics Covered
      • • Getting a current location
      • • Using maps with location
      • • Location strategies and Sensors Overview
      • • Motion sensors and Position sensors
      • • Environment sensors
    • 8: Location and Sensors
      • Topics Covered
      • • Getting a current location
      • • Using maps with location
      • • Location strategies and Sensors Overview
      • • Motion sensors and Position sensors
      • • Environment sensors
    • 8: Location and Sensors
      • Topics Covered
      • • Getting a current location
      • • Using maps with location
      • • Location strategies and Sensors Overview
      • • Motion sensors and Position sensors
      • • Environment sensors
    • 9: Multimedia Audio and video & camera
      • Topics Covered
      • • Media playback and Media router
      • • Media route provider and Camera
    • 10: Introduction to Google Play
      • Topics Covered
      • • Norms upload application
      • • Checklist
    • 11: Connecting Devices wirelessly
      • Topics Covered
      • • Android Wireless APIs and Network Service Discovery
      • • Registering the Service and Discovering Services on Network
      • • Resolving a Service on the Network and Unregistering a Service
      • • P2P Connections with Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi P2P Connection Setup
      • • Wi-Fi P2P for Service Discovery
    • 12: Network Operations
      • Topics Covered
      • • Connecting to the Network
      • • Sending a Request and Receiving a Response
      • • URL Connection and Managing Network Usage
      • • XML Data and Parsing XML
    • 13: Battery Optimization
      • Topics Covered
      • • Optimizing Downloads
      • • Optimizing Downloads—Prefetching Data
      • • Minimizing Regular Server Updates
    • 14: Syncing with cloud/Server
      • Topics Covered
      • • Syncing with Cloud and Auto Backup in Android 6.0
      • • Supporting Older Versions of Android
      • • Sync Adapters and Sync Adapters—Components
      • • Creating a Stub Authenticator
      • • Creating a Stub Content Provider
      • • Creating a Sync Adapter and Creating Sync Adapter Class
      • • Create a Bound Service and Create Sync Adapter XML Metadata File
      • • Declare Sync Adapter in Manifest
      • • Adding the Account and Running the Sync Adapter
    • 15: Using Volley for Network Data interaction
      • Topics Covered
      • • Volley—Introduction and Getting Volley Library
      • • Using Volley and Setting up a Network Queue
      • • Standard Requests and Implementing Custom Request
    • 16: Building App for enterprise
      • Topics Covered
      • • Android for Work and Managed Profiles
      • • Compatibility with Managed profiles
      • • Testing Compatibility with Managed Profiles
      • • Android for work—Application Restrictions
      • • Implementing Externally Configurable Application Restrictions
      • • Defining Application Restrictions
      • • Reading Application Restrictions
      • • Device Policy Controller
      • • Creating a Managed Profile
    • 17: Google Play to distribute and monetize
      • Topics Covered
      • • Selling In-App Products and Preparing In-App Billing
      • • Creating In-App Products and Query In-App Products
      • • Purchasing In-App Product and Consuming In-App Purchased Product
      • • Testing In-App Billing Application and Need for Multiple APKs
      • • Maintaining Multiple APKs
    • 18: Best practices for User Interface
      • Topics Covered
      • • Adaptive UI Flows and Handling Screen Configuration
      • • App Bar and App Bar—Implementation
      • • Adding Actions and Action Bar—Up Navigation
      • • Action Views, Action Providers and Snackbar
    • 19: Best practices for security & privacy
      • Topics Covered
      • • Security and Privacy—Overview
      • • Storing Application Data in Files
      • • Storing and Sharing Application Data
      • • Using and Creating Permissions
      • • Security Tips for Networking
      • • Using HTTPS and SSL—Overview
      • • Using HTTPS and SSL
      • • Security with HTTPS and SSL
      • • Android Dynamic Security Provider
    • 20: Best Practices for Testing
      • Topics Covered
      • • Test Project in Android Studio
      • • Android Application Testing—Overview
      • • Instrumentation—Overview
      • • Test Case Classes and Assertion Classes and Mock Objects
      • • Running Tests and Getting Results
      • • Activity Testing and Espresso for UI Testing
    • 21: Best Practices for User Input
      • Topics Covered
      • • Detecting Common Gestures
      • • Detect and Handle Touch Gestures
      • • Tracking Movement and Handling Multi-Touch Gestures
      • • Handling Drag or Scroll gesture
      • • Scaling and Managing Events and Extending Touchable Area
      • • Handling Keyboard Input
      • • Handling Physical Keyboard Navigation
    • 22: Creating Wearable Apps
      • Topics Covered
      • • Android Wear Introduction
      • • Android Wear User Interface principles
      • • Android Wear Application design principles
      • • Android Wear Application types
      • • UI Patterns for Android Wear - Cards
      • • UI Patterns for Android Wear - Pages
      • • UI Patterns for Android Wear - Action Buttons
      • • UI Patterns for Android Wear - Action Countdown and confirmation
      • • UI Patterns for Android Wear -Action on Cards
      • • UI Patterns for Android Wear - 2D Picker
      • • Building Android Wear Application Packaging Wearable Apps
      • • Wearable SDK limitations
    • 23: Custom UI for Wearables
      • Topics Covered
      • • Defining Layouts
      • • Defining Layouts using WatchViewStub element
      • • Accessing Layout Views in WatchViewStub element
      • • Using Shape-aware layout and Adding Cards
      • • Creating Lists and Creating a 2D Picker
      • • Showing Confirmations and Showing Confirmation timer
      • • Showing Confirmation animation and Exiting full screen apps
    • 24: Adding wearable features
      • Topics Covered
      • • Adding Wearable Features to Notifications
      • • Creating Notifications for Wearables
      • • Adding Buttons to Notifications
      • • Adding Big View to Notification
      • • Adding Wearable Features
      • • Receiving Voice Input in Notifications
      • • Receiving Voice Input as a String
      • • Adding Pages to the Notification
      • • Grouping Notifications
    • 25: Data Synching
      • Topics Covered
      • • Accessing Wearable Data Layer
      • • Syncing Data Items and Transferring Assets
      • • Sending and Receiving Messages
      • • Handling Data Layer Events
    • 26: Creating Watch Faces
      • Topics Covered
      • • Designing Watch Faces
      • • Watch Face Design Considerations
      • • Building a Watch Face Service
      • • Drawing Watch Faces and Showing Information in Faces
      • • Creating Interactive Watch Faces
      • • Providing Configuration Options
      • • Handling Miscellaneous Issue and
      • • Optimizing Performance
    • 27: Location aware Android wear
      • Topics Covered
      • • Location on Wear Device
      • • Getting Location on Android Wear
      • • Detecting On-Board GPS
      • • Handling GPS Location Disconnection Events
      • • Synchronizing Location Data with Hand held

    Benefits You Will Earn

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  • Android course material access & free tool repositories which are focused and up-to-date
  • Full source code of the prototype apps for reference material and practice
  • Focus on every student with definite batch size
  • 3 Months access to LMS courses packed with assignments, assessment test with Credit rating, and discussion forum to better practice
  • Fast track career oriented courses available with lowest fee structure at School of Java
  • Regular one to one session with Industries expert
  • Free Developers Account for Android app publishing on Google Play Store
  • Work on real time assignments and gain badges for Test/Quiz attempted

  • Tap for Android training Certification course to ensure success while opening doors into IT and MNCs companies.


    Kodelabs sponsored Android training certificate of participation would be issued on successful completion of the course at School of Java
    Kodelabs will provide complete assistance in qualifying Google Associate Android Developer Certificate

    Note*: Complete course attended is mandatory to get the certificate.


  • Online Link and Offline course completions certificate after course completion
  • Opportunity to learn from IT Experts seeking high position in Android Development team in MNCs
  • Meet with mentors via Slack and Video Chats for any query
  • Assessment and code review by IT Expert
  • Query Session and back-up classes
  • Towards the end of the course, you will be able to develop & publish an App in Android by your own.
  • Hands on assignments weekly via LMS access
  • Live chat support
  • There will be regular assignment and mock test to bridge the gap in knowledge in Android programming.
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    Trainer’s Name

    Rajiv Mishra

    Course Fee

    INR 12,500

    Available Seats



    Weekend 11.00 am:2.00 pm

    Difficulty Level


    Course Duration

    6 Weeks


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