Android Training With Java

Course duration :- 3 Months (1.5 hrs)

Weekdays :- 1.5 hrs/6 days ,Fastrack :- 2 hrs/day, Weekends :- 4 hrs (Sat & Sun) 

Android Training Course with Java Training

Android applications are written in Java, so at least moderate previous Java experience is
needed. You need not be a Java expert, but you should be comfortable with basic syntax (loops,
conditionals, Strings, etc.), OOP (classes, methods, constructors, interfaces, etc.), basic data
structures (arrays, Lists, Maps, etc.), and how to go about creating and debugging basic Java


  • Understand Java as a programming language, what it is composed of, and how it relates to other
  • Install and configure the Eclipse Java development environment  
  • Create, run, and debug Java programs
  • Understand object oriented programming (OOP) paradigm, explain the difference between OOP
    and structural programming, and understand the advantages of OOP
  • Effectively use declarations, assignments, operators, flow-control structures, and program scope
  • Understand the difference between Primitives, Strings, Classes, Objects, and Enumerations
  • Control program flow with conditions and loops
  • Practice OOP by reusing existing code through Inheritance, Polymorphism, and Composition
  • Map a real-world system to Java classes and interfaces
  • Organize Java code into classes, packages and archives (JARs)
  • Read, write, and use Java code documentation (Javadoc)
  • Understand Java error handling vial try/catch blocks and exceptions
  • Utilize built-in Java libraries in your applications
  • Parse and process files using java.io and regular expressions
  • Utilize design patterns and best practices developing Java applicationsGoogle Play to distribute and monetize


Java for Android Training Course

Java's Characteristics

  • Java Virtual Machine
  • Interpreted
  • Architecture-Neutral and Portable
  • Object-Oriented
  • Dynamic
  • Multithreaded

Java's Characteristics

  • Java SE, EE and ME
  • Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
  • Software Based Technology
  • Java Run-Time Environment (JRE)
  • Garbage Collector


  • Method Definition and Calls
  • Parameters / Arguments
  • The return keyword

Object-Oriented Paradigm

  • Abstraction
  • Encapsulation of Attributes and Behaviors
  • ASoftware Object – (Using UML)
  • An Application – Object Collaboration
  • Exercise – Create Two UMLObject Diagrams

Java Application Development

  • Java Development Tools
  • Create JAR files
  • Write, Compile and Run a Java Application

Java Language Basics

  • Java syntax and key-words
  • Identifiers and Naming Convention


  • An Object's Blueprint
  • Classes and Objects – Terminology
  • Class Declaration
  • An Instance

Variables and Data Types

  • Variable Declaration and Assignment
  • Primitive and Reference/Object Data Types
  • Type Casting
  • Variable Scope

Variables and Data Types

  • Functionality
  • Precedence


  • Array Overview
  • Declaration, Assignment & Instantiation
  • Cell Value Assignment and Retrieval
  • Exercise – Single Array

Control Flow Statements

  • Looping
  • Decision making and branching

String and StringBuffer

  • String
  • StringBuilder
  • Exercise – String & StringBuilder in the API


  • Inheritance hierarchy
  • SubClass and SuperClass
  • Dynamic Method Binding

Java's Framework

  • Packages of Classes
  • Application Programming Interface (API)
  • API documentation

Qualifiers and Access Specifiers

  • For : Class, Variable and Method
  • Object's Public Interface and Private Implementation


  • Polymorphic variables, Parameters and Arrays

Exception Handling

  • Exception objects
  • try/catch/finally statement
  • Java's Catch or Specify Requirement


  • Vector, Enumeration, List etc.

Input – Output

  • Input and Output Streams
  • Read Write locally and remotely
  • Object persistence – Serialization


Android Application Development Training Course Content

Android Architecture

  • System architecture of Android
  • Android Components
  • Android configuration files

Android Development Tools

  • Defining devices and Android emulators
  • Eclipse tooling for Android projects

Android user interfaces development

  • Views and Layouts
  • View interaction
  • Component lifecyle

Component communication via Intents

  • Intents and intent filter
  • Android component integration via intents

Multi-screen development

  • Screen sizes and densities
  • Resource selectors

Multi-pane layout with fragments

  • Multi-pane layouts with fragments
  • Designing layouts for tablets and phones


  • User interaction concepts
  • Defining and using actions

Displaying lists in Android

  • Java Development Tools
  • Create JAR files
  • Write, Compile and Run a Java Application

Java Language Basics

  • Using ListViews in Android
  • Fragments and ListViews

 Styling and Themes

  • Using existing styles and themes
  • Creating own themes

File based Persistence

  • Preferences
  • File and Access restrictions
  • Permissions


  • Android security concept
  • Using and defining permissions

 Network Communication

  • Accessing the Internet via http
  • Processing JSON
  • Processing XML

 Webservice integration into Android

  • Using SOAPbased webservices
  • Using RESTbased webservices

  Asynchronous processing in Android

  • Multitasking in Android
  • Using Handler for message communication
  • Using AsyncTask

  SQLite and ContentProvider

  • Using the SQLite database
  • Outlook: Using and defining ContentProvider
  • Outlook: Loader


  • Using Android system services
  • Outlook : Defining your own services
  • Outlook : Definition cross component communication


  • Using the notification manager
  • Building rich notifications

Event processing via broadcast receiver

  • Androids event system
  • Registering broadcast receiver for system events
  • Registering and triggering custom events

 Canvas API for custom widgets

  • Defining custom widgets
  • Canvas API
  • Outlook: View state persistence

 Location services and Google Maps

  • Location based Services and Geocoding
  • Using Google Maps
  • Enhancing Google Maps with custom drawings (Overlays)

 Targeting Android 2.x with compatibility libraries

  • Using Fragments on Android 2.x devices
  • Using the ActionBar in Android 2.x


  • Deployment Options
  • Markets (Google Play / Amazon)

 Best Android Training in Rajasthan

  • We are committed to provide Complete PRACTICAL Training and Complete REALTIME
    Training exclusively on iOS, iPhone, Android, Phonegap and Windows 8. Study Material and Practice
    Material included during the course. We are proud to mention that we are the Best institutes to provide
    ANDROID TRAINING and hence, closely working with various companies in India.We are, today, one
    of the few best training companies providing complete practical trainings on ANDROID and iOS.
    Android training in Rajasthan is a Job Oriented hands-on Android course designed to provide
    essential skills and experience with developing applications on Android mobile platform.
  • Hands-on Android training
  • Practical Android code application
  • Effective for beginners and experienced developers
  • Android training in Application Development is a 45 Hrs hands-on Android course designed to provide
    essential skills and experience with developing applications on Android mobile platform. This course is
    best suited for Java developers who are seeking a fast track to the Android API and best practices.
    Throughout the course, the students develop a real-life application, which can serve as a basis for their
    future Android projects. Eclipse and Android SDK are used as the development environment
    throughout the class.

By the completion of the course you should be able to:

  • Build and deploy your own Android applications.
  • Understand how Android applications operate - application lifecycle, configuration files, intents,and activities.

  • Have a good working understanding of Android UI – components, layouts, event handling, and screen orientation.

  • Have a solid understanding of Android services and broadcast receivers

  • Understand Android networking capabilities, including Java Sockets, Java XML, and JSON.

  • Develop a basic Android application that serves as a working example of the topics covered in class.

  • Have a working knowledge of Android custom UI elements and positioning

    Why Learn Android Training in Rajasthan DIIT?

  • Android is fast becoming one of the biggest platforms for programmers today. There is a huge
    demand for skilled Android Developers all over the world. Most businesses across multiple domains
    are building Android Apps both for enterprise and retail products. Whether you are student or in the IT
    industry, possessing Android Development skills will help you take the next big leap in your career.

job Opportunities in Android Application Development

  • Mobile applications market is already huge and is growing at a steady pace. Use of 4G is
    rampantly growing and Android based devices are being launched frequently. This creates great
    demand for programmers on the Android platform and excellent opportunities await those who are
    early into a growing market.