Android Studio and Google Firebase

NEXT – 12th iteration Android Studio Training.
  • Venue: Computer Lab 5, FSTM,KUIS ( maps http://bit.ly/mapfstm).
  • Time 0900am – 5pm
  • Open TO ALL
  • Fee: RM30 for students, RM50 for public
  • Registration queries  Khairul 0129034614
Pre-requisite: Good if you know Java or any Programming language
One day Coverage:

Android and Online database with Google FIREBASE
Download slide here
+ Code sample in GitHub – https://github.com/khirulnizam/TestFireB
+ Database sample structure file download here


Retrieve and display records from FIREBASE
Download slides here

Requirements:
  • BYOL – Bring your own Laptop with RAM capacity >4GB. Install Android Studio http://developer.android.com/sdk/ 
  • Make sure to install Android Studio prior to attending this training.
  • Bring also a USB data cable and your Android device.
Pre-requisite: Know Java OOProgramming
Make sure to install Android Studio prior to attending this training.

Day 1
0830am – 0900am
Registration
0900am – 1030am Intro to Android Apps Development
Dowload Slide HereReference/textbook
bit.ly/android7book
1030am – 1130am Beginning Android Project
Module is here bit.ly/newandroidproject
+ Graphic resources download here.
1130am – 1230pm GUI Editor
Spinner Module is Here
Better GUI Design
1230pm – 200pm Lunch Break
2.00pm – 3.00pm Swipe ViewPager
Dowload Slide Here
3.00pm – 4.00pm Multiple Activities & Pass Arguments to Intent
4.00pm – 5.00pm Generate Signed APK
Publishing App
Slide Download Here
.
Day2
0900am – 1100am
SQLite
+ Offline Database
http://blog.kerul.net/2013/08/android-database-p1-intro-sqlite-db.html
Slide download here
1100am – 1300pm Google Maps Activity + view
bit.ly/kerulmaps
ONLINE DATABASE with JSON

+ Setting up local server & database

+ Login facilities http://bit.ly/loginkerul

 

Day 3

+ Insert a new record http://bit.ly/insertkerul

+ Listing & Search http://bit.ly/jsonsearch

* Extra shuold time available: Hybrid Apps without Coding http://bit.ly/appfstm

 

DAY 4 FIREBASE

Online database with Google FIREBASE

Download slide here

+ Code sample in GitHub – https://github.com/khirulnizam/TestFireB

+ Database sample structure file download here


Retrieve and display records from FIREBASE

Download slides here

FIREBASE Module

Online database with Google FIREBASE

Download slide here

+ Code sample in GitHub – https://github.com/khirulnizam/TestFireB

+ Database sample structure file download here


Retrieve and display records from FIREBASE

Download slides here

Proud to mention that these are series of Tutorials for ANDROID SQLite for Offline database. This series contains 9 tutorials with step-by-step instructions on how to develop your offline database facility in an Android app.

SQLITE & Android Offline Database tutorials

  1. Introduction to SQLite in Android apps – with DBHelper (this article) –http://blog.kerul.net/2013/08/android-database-p1-intro-sqlite-db.html
  2. Doing simple SEARCH in the database
    – http://blog.kerul.net/2013/08/android-database-p2-search-example.html
  3. Inserting a new record into an existing database – http://blog.kerul.net/2013/09/android-database-p3-insert-record.html
  4. Populating records in a ListView
    – http://blog.kerul.net/2015/07/populate-records-in-listview-android.html
  5. Clicking an Item inside a ListView to view complete data of a selected record – http://blog.kerul.net/2015/07/view-complete-record-from-listview.html
  6. Long-click an Item inside ListView to update a record – http://blog.kerul.net/2015/07/update-record-by-long-press-listview.html
  7. Adding a new record to a table
    – http://blog.kerul.net/2015/07/add-new-record-android-database-sqlite.html
  8. Long-click to select a new record to be deleted – http://blog.kerul.net/2015/07/delete-record-from-listviewandroid.html
  9. Spinner items populated from sqlite database
    – https://blog.kerul.net/2013/09/dynamic-list-of-spinner-from-sqlite.html
  10. Autocomplete TextView items from sqlite database
    – https://blog.kerul.net/2017/01/autocompletetextview-items-from-sqlite.html

 

(Installation will not be covered as it requires downloading big files for additional plugins. Strictly finish install everything prior to attending the training.
The Android Studio installer is here.
Universal ADB Android driver )

 

IDE Softwares/Android Studio

(installation will not be covered as it requires downloading big files for additional plugins, kindly install everything prior to attending the training).

ANDROID STUDIO installation (suggested RAM 8GB) – download at developer.android.com

  • Android Studio – make sure to test the installation by creating a new Android project.
  • Make sure to test the emulator (Android virtual device)
  • Warning: all the software need to be downloaded. Requires fast internet line, >2GB (Android Studio & the emulator)

 

Debugging in Actual Device (phone)

Hardwares/PC requirements

  • on PC – Install the universal ADB debug bridge (eg: https://adb.clockworkmod.com/ )
  • USB data cable

Phone requirements

Should the participants require testing on OWN DEVICE, make sure the phone;

  • developer options enabled, (by tapping 7times to the kernel version – setting, about phone)
  • USB debugging enabled,
  • install via USB enabled…
What is Android Studio?
Android Studio is the official integrated development environment (IDE) for Android platform development.
Based on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software, Android Studio is designed specifically for Android development. It is available for download on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, and replaced Eclipse Android Development Tools (ADT) as Google’s primary IDE for native Android application development.
What will be covered in this training?
The participants will be guided to create an Android app project, and how to handle the project codes and resources. We will add basic GUIs such as textbox, label, button, image, menus, screens and activities.
The second day will be covering multiple screen interactions, local database, and maps. At the end of the training we will generate Android installer file (APK) and publish it to the Google Playstore.

Why programmer need to learn Android Studio? 

Source: http://www.idc.com/prodserv/smartphone-os-market-share.jsp

<< PREVIOUS ANDROID TRAININGS

Modules from Siri4
1. Introduction Slide – https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7IndmtHNDE1SnFTMmc/view
2. Android Studio Tutorial Part1 – https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7InQnJaVTVOSU5qeUk/view
3. USB Android Debug Driver – https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7InNXI2dWV2TGx5cUk/view
4. Slides for day 2 – https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7InUWgwTkZQLTNWNXM/view
5. Android Studio Tutorial Part2 – https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7InSWRERThzN1JrVWM/view
6. jSON APIs –
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7InSVo2SmpVY3RzRnc/view?usp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8X-L8-jf7InOUg1S0tzYVo0cGM/view?usp=sharing

 

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