Certified Android Developer
Android Application Development training from GIIS India provides knowledge and skills essential to design and create a complete Android application. It imparts extensive training on key Android API components and interactions. Knowledge of any programming language is sufficient to maximize your understanding in this Android developer certification. Basic knowledge of using Java for Android application development is also preferable. If you wish to become an ace application developer for Android and establish your career in the mobile application development domain, this course is highly recommended for you.
Through field research and interviews with experts, we identified the knowledge, work practices, and essential skills expected of an Associate Android developer. The certification process consists of a performance-based exam and an exit interview. The certification fee includes three exam attempts.
- Skills to design and build an Android application from scratch.
- Ability to use different plug-ins and tools to debug and maintain your Android applications.
- Thorough understanding of main components of an Android application and its entire life cycle.
- Using external resources, manifesting adapters and file intents.
- Understanding and application of Android persistent storage tools and techniques: files, preferences, databases, and content providers.
- Using background processing techniques available in Android.
- Training 6 Weeks
- Live Projects 2-3 Month
- Lectures 18
- JoB Opportunity No
- Passing Mark 65%
- Exam Format Physical + Online
- Projects Yes
- Experience 2 Month
Best Place to learn Android Development
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