Setting Up the Tools for Kotlin
- Using the Command Line Tools
- Installing the JDK for Kotlin
- Installing and Setting Up the IDE: IntelliJ
- Installing the Plugins
Getting Started with Kotlin and the Kotlin Syntax
- Learning the Kotlin Architecture
- Learning the Kotlin Syntax
- Using Key Features of Kotlin
Object-Oriented Programming with Kotlin
- Overview of Programming with Objects
- Creating a Class
- Adding Methods to Classes
- Defining Basic Constructors
- Using Named Parameters and Default Values
- Using Open Classes to Allow Inheritance
- Using Abstract Classes
- Creating and Using Interfaces
- Handling Overriding
- Creating Data Classes
- Using Singletons and Companion Objects
- Using Enumerations
- Grouping Classes into Packages
- Using Imports
- Implementing Information Hiding
- Using Getters and Setters
- Implementing Visibility Modifiers
- Understanding Generics
- Implementing a Generic Stack
- Using Generic Functions
Android App Development Using Kotlin
- Setting Up the Tools for Android Development
- Installing Android Studio
- Starting a New Project
- Setting Up the Emulator
- Setting Up the Library
- Setting Up Kotlin in Android
- Working with the Hello Android Framework and Android SDK Tools
- Developing an Android App Using Kotlin
- Using ListActivity and ListView
- Using Intents and Intent Filters
- Working with Custom Views
- Using Layout Managers
- Handling Web Services and API's
- Dealing with Android Services
- Working with SQLite Database
- Using Content Providers
- Writing Adapters
- Implementing Dialogs and Alerts (Toasts)
- Designing Your UI
- Options and Context Menus
- Implementing Android Notifications
- Building a Customized Responsive Android App Using Kotlin
- Publishing Your Android Application to Google PlayStore
iOS App Development Using Kotlin
- Overview of XCode 9 Features and Architecture
- Overview of Swift 4 Features and Architecture
- Comparing Similarities and Differences of Kotlin and Swift
- Working with Web Services
- Performing Data Management
- Working with Variables, Constants, and Swift Data Types
- Optimizing the iOS User Experience through UX and UI Design
- Adding User Interaction for Improved User Experience
- Optimizing Performance
- Debugging an iOS App
- Building a Customized Responsive iOS App Using Kotlin
- Publishing Your iOS Application to the Apple AppStore
Summary and Conclusion
- Experience in Java programming
- Basic experience or familiarity with Android development
- Experience with Swift programming
Trainer knowledge and easiness with which he presented it.
Piotr - Wojciech Rudziński, DPDgroup IT Solutions sp. z o.o.
dobre przygotowanie i wiedza trenera + zaangazowanie
lukasz - Wojciech Rudziński, DPDgroup IT Solutions sp. z o.o.
Wojciech Rudziński, DPDgroup IT Solutions sp. z o.o.
Antonio gave is much background information, best practices and showed us useful tools to speed up our development process.
The set of lab material seems really good. It's a great resource to keep after the training.
Clear and repeated emphasis on important aspects of Android development
Instructor's great knowledge about the material.
Lectures (David is very knowledgeable on Android)
Johnny Miller - FedEx
The lecture book and lab
Knowledge of trainer
Training materials, Exercise's & Trainer
The detail given about each topic was really nice, he made sure we understood each topic before moving to the next.
Richie Wood - FedEx
breaking down the multiple services, actions, devices, etc into the component parts.
Delaine Stoutenburgh - FedEx
I like the teaching style very friendly and informative on the subject.
Detail level and number of labs
I really appreciated the instructor's openness to questions and the thorough, justified answers provided. He was clearly keenly interested in the subject and as a result the course was much more enjoyable.
SAA Consultants LTD
Exercises were fun and it was good to see how quickly an application can be developed in Android Studio.