This certification is critical for your Android programming career. It will improve your potential in the ever-growing Android market and move your development career forward.To become an Android Certified Application Developer you have to pass exam AND-401 which tests your knowledge and experience on topics covered in the course titled “Android Application Development”.
Upon completing this exam with a passing grade (70%), you will receive an email in no later than 10 working days from the exam date, containing a username and password to access the Android ATC student’s dashboard. Upon receiving your login information by email you will then be able to download your certificate in PDF format , access your score report, and if you wish you may order your hard copy certificate and ID card.
You are not required to attend the course “Android Application Development” before taking the exam. You can take the exam right away and get certified through Pearson VUE testing centers worldwide.
This is a five-day (30-hours) course that provides the required knowledge and skills to design and build a complete Android™ application. It delivers an extensive training on the main Android API components and its interactions. This course is mapped to AND-401 exam.
For a best learning experience and a quick start with this course, a trainee is required to have adequate knowledge of the content of “Java Fundamentals for Android Development” course. Previous knowledge and experience of any programming language is considered sufficient.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
1. Design and build a complete Android application. 2. Debug and maintain Android applications using different tools and plugins.
3. Thoroughly understand the life-cycle of an Android application and its main components. 4. Use external resources, manifest files, intents and adapters
5. Understand and use all Android persistent storage techniques: Preferences, , databases, and content providers.
Lesson 1: Android Framework and Android Studio Lesson 2: Android SDK Tools and Activity Class Lesson 3: Fragments, Views, and List View Lesson 4: Intents and Intent filters
Lesson 5: Android Layouts and Custom Views Lesson 6: Android Resources, Themes, and Material Design Lesson 7: Android UI – Dialogs, Menus, and WebView
Lesson 8: Android Storage and Background Processing Lesson 9: Android Storage: SQLite and Content Providers Lesson 10: Android Notifications