Google launches Android programming for beginners course in cooperation with the Organization of Udacity

Jun

24

2016

Google launched the company, in collaboration with the Organization of Udacity education via the Internet, a new course covers the basics of programming Android system, targeting anyone session smartphone used to browse the Web, so there are no preconditions to join and benefit from the session.

The aim of the new session called ” your Android Basics Nanodegree ” to teach beginners how to build a simple Android applications via the Java programming language Java, as well as introduce them to APIs on the web using SQLite database.

It also covers how to develop the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčapplication and turn it into something more substantial is an actual application, the session comes within the program supervised by the educational organization under the name Nanodegree, where he gets joined to the program at the end of the credits of Google Inc. and the Organization of Udacity certificate.

The cost “Android Basics Nanodegree” cycle of about US $ 199 per month, and is characterized by the lessons given within the course as designed by Google Inc., experts who know to provide advice and guidance and training for followers.

Google said that all individual lessons to be Nanodegree program are available on the Internet free of charge, while the Organization of Udacity offers additional services driven.

And it takes subjects developed by Google for the session hosted on education Udacity platform about four weeks in the event of a student studying for six hours per week.

Presumably with the end of the session, and that work is complementary to the rest of the previous sessions offered, such as “Android Nanodegree for Beginners”, enable the observers to carry out the development of two applications by simple own subsidiary of Google Android Studio Android system development environment.

The course consists of three Durres and important processes and many software projects, so that the followers to build simple applications such as Tbtiq meter and test application and the application of a single screen.

And Google announced in a statement posted on her blog for developers that the new course offered in partnership with the Organization of Udacity working to make Android programming easy access and understanding for all, regardless of background code.

Google also offers a scholarship for the first 50 students have completed the beginners course to enroll in courses Nanodegree most advanced software for programming Android.

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