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Last year, Google released their latest OS Android Oreo. As with any constantly updating interface, developers building apps for the Android O environment need to be fully up to speed on all the new features and changes it represents.

This crash course aims to train complete noobs in the latest release of the Android platform. You’ll get lifetime access to over 35 hours of content. So you can walk through the process of creating real apps, like Uber and Twitter, as often as you want. All the lessons are project-based, too. So, you won’t just be reading from a screen; you’ll get actual hands-on experience building your own apps from scratch.

Rob Percival will be your guide through the Android O universe. He’s one of the web’s top instructors, so you know you’ll walk away with a boatload of knowledge — from development and design to security and storage.

Here’s a quick breakdown of what you’ll be learning from this course:

  • Learn how to build & design secure Android apps avoiding Android Vulnerabilities
  • Work w/ Android layout tools to design attractive & responsive layouts
  • Use SQLite as local database storage & MySQL as remote database storage
  • Build apps w/ a real-time database using Firebase
  • Create clones of real-world apps & online games like Twitter, Tic Tace Toe and Find My Phone
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