This course introduces you to the design and implementation of Android applications for mobile devices. You will build upon concepts from the prior course, including handling notifications, using multimedia and graphics and incorporating touch and gestures into your apps.
Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems: Part 2Universidad de Maryland en College Park
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Principales reseñas sobre PROGRAMMING MOBILE APPLICATIONS FOR ANDROID HANDHELD SYSTEMS: PART 2
Great hands-on course. Teacher is great, and course materials are well prepared. Only frustrating part is the horrible tooling (Android Studio and above all the resource consuming emulator).
Learned a ton already in the first part. Part 2 has a lot of very useful topics, like multi-touch, graphics, sensors, and so on. Challenging, but very much worth the time. Highly recommended.
Good Course, but it needs more focus on ContentProviders and Services.
I enjoyed learning the course, the professor gives good explanation. I learnt a lot from this course. Please update the course to latest version of Android studio.
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