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Android/Kotlin Training in Chandigarh

ANDROID APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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    Learn Kotlin and be modern Android Application Developer

     
    Module1: Getting Started with Kotlin
    • Using the command line to compile and run Kotlin code
    • Kotlin runtime
    • The REPL
    • Kotlin for scripting
    • Kotlin with Gradle
    • Kotlin with Maven
    • IntelliJ and Kotlin
    • Eclipse and Kotlin
    • Mixing Kotlin and Java in a project
    Module 2: Kotlin Basics
    • Vals and vars
    • Type inference
    • Basic types
    • Numbers
    • Booleans
    • Chars
    • Strings
    • Arrays
    • Comments
    • Packages
    • Imports
    • Wildcard imports
    • Import renaming
    • String templates
    • Ranges
    • Loops
    • Exception handling
    • Instantiating classes
    • Referential equality and structural equality
    • This expression
    • Scope
    • Visibility modifiers
    • Private
    • Protected
    • Internal
    • Control flow as expressions
    • Null syntax
    • Smart casts
    • Explicit casting
    • When expression
    • When (value)
    • When without argument
    • Function Return
    • Type hierarchy
    Module 3: Functions in Kotlin
    • Defining functions
    • Single expression functions
    • Member functions
    • Local functions
    • Top-level functions
    • Named parameters
    • Default parameters
    • Extension functions
    • Extension function pre
    • Extension functions on nulls
    • Member extension function
    • Overriding member extension functions
    • Companion object extensions
    • Multiple return values
    • Infix functions
    • Operators
    • Operator overloading
    • Basic operators
    • In/contains
    • Get/set
    • Invoke
    • Comparison
    • Assignment
    • Java interop
    • Function literals
    • Tail recursive functions
    • Varargs
    • Spread operator
    • Standard library functions
    • Apply
    • Let
    • With
    • Run
    • Lazy
    • Use
    • Repeat
    • Require/assert/check
    • Generic functions
    • Pure functions
    • Java from Kotlin
    • Getters and setters
    • Single abstract methods
    • Escaping Kotlin identifiers
    • Java void methods
    • Kotlin from Java
    • Top-level functions
    • Default parameters
    • Object and static methods
    • Erasure naming
    • Checked exceptions
    Module 4: Higher Order Functions and Functional Programming
    • Higher order functions
    • Returning a function
    • Function assignment
    • Closures
    • Anonymous functions
    • Function references
    • Top-level function references
    • Member and extension function references
    • Bound references
    • Function-literal receivers
    • Functions in the JVM
    • Bytecode
    • Function composition
    • Inline functions
    • Noinline
    • Currying and partial application
    • Currying in action
    • Adding currying support
    • Memoization
    • Implementing memoization
    • Type alias
    • Either
    • Fold
    • Projection
    Module 5: Properties
    • Why use properties?
    • Syntax and variations
    • Visibility
    • Late initialization
    • Delegated properties
    • Lazy initializations
    • Lateinit versus lazy
    • Observables
    • A non-null property delegate
    • Properties or methods?
    Module 6: Null Safety, Reflection, and Annotations
    • Nullable types
    • Smart cast
    • Safe null access
    • Force operator
    • Elvis operator
    • Safe casting
    • Optionals
    • Creating and returning an Optional
    • Using an Optional
    • Reflection
    • KClass
    • Instantiation using reflection
    • Constructors
    • Instantiation with callBy
    • Objects and companions
    • Useful KClass properties
    • Reflective functions and properties
    • Invoking a function reflectively
    • Declared and undeclared
    • Annotations
    • Annotation parameters
    Module 7: Generics
    • Parameterised functions
    • Parameterized types
    • Bounded polymorphism
    • Upper bounds
    • Multiple bounds
    • Type variance
    • Invariance
    • Covariance
    • Covariant return
    • Contravariance
    • Variance overview
    • Nothing type
    • Type projection
    • Type erasure
    • Type reification
    • Recursive type bounds
    • Algebraic data types
    Module 8: Data Classes
    • Automatic creation of getters and setters
    • The copy method
    • toString out of the box
    • hashCode and equals methods generated for you
    • Destructed declarations
    • Destructing types
    • Data class definition rules
    Module 9: Collections
    • Class hierarchy
    • Arrays
    • Lists
    • Maps
    • Sets
    Module 10: Concurrency
    • Threads
    • Blocking
    • Creating a thread
    • Stopping a thread
    • Thread interrupts
    • CPU-bound versus I/O-bound
    • Deadlocks and livelocks
    • Dining philosophers problem
    • Executors
    • Race conditions
    • Monitors
    • Locks
    • Read-write locks
    • Semaphores
    • The bounded buffer problem
    • Concurrent collections
    • ConcurrentHashMap
    • A blocking queue
    • Atomic variables
    • CountDownLatch
    • Cyclic Barrier
    • Non-blocking I/O and asynchronous programming
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    Android Application Using Kotlin Training in Chandigarh

     
    Introduction of Kotlin
    Module1: Kotlin
    • Getting Started with Kotlin
    • Kotlin Basics
    • Functions in Kotlin
    • Higher Order Functions and Functional Programming
    • Properties
    • Null Safety, Reflection, and Annotations
    • Generics
    • Data Classes
    • Collections
    • Concurrency
    Android Application Development
    Module2: Introduction of Android
    • An Open Platform for Mobile Development
    • Android SDK Features
    • Introduction of Development Framework
    • Android Application Architecture
    • Android Libraries
    • Advanced Android Libraries
    Module 3: Getting Started
    • What You Need to Begin
    • Downloading and Installing the Android SDK & IDE
    • Creating Your First Android Activity
    • Types of Android Applications
    • Developing for Mobile Devices
    • Hardware-Imposed Design Considerations
    • Considering the Users’ Environment
    • Android Development Tools
    • The Android Emulator
    • The Android Debug Bridge (ADB)
    Module 4: Creating Applications and Activities
    • What Makes an Android Application?
    • Introducing the Application Manifest
    • Using the Manifest Editor
    • The Android Application Life Cycle
    • Understanding Application Priority and Process States
    • Externalizing Resources
    • Creating Resources
    • Using Resources
    • Creating an Activity
    • The Activity Life Cycle
    • Android Activity Classes
    Module 5: Creating User Interfaces
    • Fundamental Android UI Design
    • Introducing Views
    • Creating Activity User Interfaces with Views
    • The Android Widget Toolbox
    • Introducing Layouts
    • Using Layouts
    • Creating New Views
    • Modifying Existing Views
    • Creating Compound Controls
    • Creating Custom Widgets and Controls
    • Using Custom Controls
    • Creating and Using Menu s
    • Introducing the Android Menu System
    • Defining an Activity Menu
    • Dynamically Updating Menu Items
    • Handling Menu Selections
    • Submenus and Context Menus
    Module 6: Intents, Broadcast Receivers, Adapters, and the Internet
    • Introduction of Intents
    • Using Intents to Launch Activities
    • Using Intent Filters to Service Implicit Intents
    • Using Intent Filters for Plug-ins and Extensibility
    • Using Intents to Broadcast Events
    • Introducing Adapters
    • Introducing Some Android-Supplied Adapters
    • Using Adapters for Data Binding
    • Using Internet Resources
    • Connecting to an Internet Resource
    • Leveraging Internet Resources
    • Introducing Dialogs
    • Introducing the Dialog Class
    • Using Activities as Dialogs
    • Creating a n Earthquake Viewer
    Module 7: Data Storage, Retrieval, and Sharing
    • Saving and Loading Files
    • Including Static Files as Resources
    • File Management Tools
    • Databases in Android
    • Introducing SQLite
    • Cursors and Content Values
    • Working with Android Databases
    • Using Content Providers
    • Native Android Content Providers
    • Creating a New Content Provider
    • Creating and Using an Earthquake Content Provider
    Module 8: Geocoding, and Location-Based Services
    • Using Location-Based Services
    • Setting up the Emulator with Test Providers
    • Updating Locations in Emulator Location Providers
    • Create an Application to Manage Test Location Providers
    • Selecting a Location Provider
    • Finding the Available Providers
    • Finding Providers Based on Requirement Criteria
    • Finding Your Location
    • “Where Am I?” Example
    • Tracking Movement
    • Updating Your Location in “Where Am I?
    • Using Proximity Alerts
    • Using the Geocoder
    • Reverse Geocoding
    • Forward Geocoding
    • Creating Map -Based Activities
    • Creating a Map-Based Activity
    • Configuring and Using Map Views
    • Using the Map Controller
    Module 9: Working in the Background
    • Creating and Controlling Services
    • Binding Activities to Services
    • Using Background Worker Threads
    • Creating New Threads
    • Synchronizing Threads for GUI Operations
    • Moving the Earthquake Service to a Background Thread
    • Let’s Make a Toast
    • Customizing Toasts
    • Using Toasts in Worker Threads
    • Using Alarms
    • Using Alarms to Update Earthquakes
    Module 10: Peer-to-Peer Communication
    • Introducing Android Instant Messaging
    • Using the GTalk Service
    • Binding to the GTalk Service
    • Making a GTalk Connection and Starting an IM Session
    • Introducing Presence and the Contact Roster
    • Managing Chat Sessions
    Module 11: Accessing Android Hardware
    • Using the Media APIs
    • Playing Media Resources
    • Recording Multimedia
    • Using the Camera
    • Controlling Camera Settings
    • Using the Camera Preview
    • Taking a Picture
    • Using the Camera Preview
    • Introducing the Sensor Manager
    • Using the Accelerometer and Compass
    • Detecting Acceleration Changes
    • Creating a Speedometer
    • Determining Your Orientation
    • Creating a Compass and Artificial Horizon
    • Android Telephony
    • Making Phone Calls
    • Monitoring Phone State and Phone Activity
    • Monitoring Data Connectivity and Activity
    • Accessing Phone Properties and Status
    • Controlling the Phone
    • Using Bluetooth
    • Introducing the Bluetooth Service
    • Controlling the Local Bluetooth Device
    • Discovering and Bonding with Bluetooth Devices
    • Managing Bluetooth Connections
    • Communication with Bluetooth
    • Using a Bluetooth Headset
    • Managing Net work and Wi-Fi Connections
    • Controlling Device Vibration
    Module 12: Advanced Android Development
    • Using AID L to Support IP C for Services
    • Implementing an AIDL Interface
    • Using Internet Services
    • Building Rich User Interfaces
    • Working with Animations
    • Using Themes to Skin Your Applications
    • Advanced Canvas Drawing
    • Introducing Surface View
    • Creating Interactive Controls
  • We cover a wide range of Linux services, from programming and web development to security auditing and networking

     
    Course Content RH033 Red Hat Linux Essentials Linux Ideas and History
    • An Introduction to Linux and Open Source: what are the central ideas behind the Linux phenomenon and where do they come from?
    • Linux Usage Basics
    • Browsing the File System
    • Users, Groups and Permissions
    • Using the bash Shell
    • Standard I/O and Pipes
    • Text Processing Tools
    • vim: An Advanced Text Editor
    • Investigating and Managing Processes
    • Basic System Configuration Tools
    • Finding and Processing Files
    • Network Clients
    • Advanced Topics in Users, Groups and Permissions
    • The Linux Filesystem In-Depth
    RH133 Red Hat Linux System Administration and RHCT Exam Course Outline
    • Administrative Access
    • Package Management
    • System Services and Security
    • Configure and manage system logging, time syn
    • System Initialization
    • Kernel Monitoring and Configuration
    • Network Configuration
    • Filesystem Administratio
    • Additional Storage
    • User Administration
    • File systems for Group Collaboration
    • Centralized User Administration
    • Software RAID
    • Logical Volume Management
    • Virtualization and Automated Installation
    • Troubleshooting with Rescue Mode
    RH253 Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration
    • Course Outline
    • System Performance and Security
    • System Service Access Controls
    • Securing Data
    • Network Resource Access Controls
    • Organizing Networked Systems
    • Network File Sharing Services
    • Web Services
    • Electronic Mail Services
    • Account Management
    • RH300 RHCE Rapid Track Course and RHCE Exam