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What we will teach you in Android

Chapter 1: Getting Started with Android Programming

  1. What is Android?
  2. Android Versions
  3. Features of Android
  4. Architecture of Android
  5. Android Devices in the Market
  6. The Android Market
  7. Obtaining the Required Tools
  8. Eclipse
  9. Android SDK
  10. Android Development Tools (ADT)
  11. Creating Android Virtual Devices (AVDs)
  12. Creating Your First Android Application
  13. Anatomy of an Android Application

Chapter 2: Activities And Intents

  1. Understanding Activities
  2. Applying Styles and Themes to Activity
  3. Hiding the Activity Title
  4. Displaying a Dialog Window
  5. Displaying a Progress Dialog
  6. Linking Activities Using intents
  7. Resolving Intent Filter Collision
  8. Returning Results from an Intent
  9. Passing Data Using an Intent Object
  10. Calling Built-in Applications Using intents
  11. Understanding the Intent Object
  12. Using Intent Filters
  13. Adding Categories
  14. Displaying notifcations

Chapter 3: Getting to know the Android user interface

  1. Understanding the Components of a Screen
  2. Views and ViewGroups
  3. LinearLayout
  4. AbsoluteLayout
  5. TableLayout
  6. RelativeLayout
  7. FrameLayout
  8. ScrollView
  9. Adapting to Display Orientation
  10. Anchoring Views
  11. Resizing and Repositioning
  12. Managing Changes to Screen Orientation
  13. Persisting State Information during Changes in Confguration
  14. Detecting Orientation Changes
  15. Controlling the Orientation of the Activity
  16. Creating the User interface Programmatically
  17. Listening for Ui notifcations
  18. Overriding Methods Defned in an Activity
  19. Registering Events for Views

Chapter 4: Designing your user interface using views

  1. Basic Views
  2. TextView View
  3. Button, ImageButton, EditText, CheckBox, ToggleButton, RadioButton,
  4. and RadioGroup Views
  5. ProgressBar View
  6. AutoCompleteTextView View
  7. Picker Views
  8. TimePicker View
  9. Displaying the TimePicker in a Dialog Window
  10. DatePicker View
  11. Displaying the DatePicker View in a Dialog Window
  12. List Views
  13. ListView View
  14. Customizing the ListView
  15. Using the Spinner View

Chapter 5: Displaying pictures and menus with views

  1. Using image Views to Display Pictures
  2. Gallery and ImageView Views
  3. ImageSwitcher
  4. GridView
  5. Using Menus with Views
  6. Creating the Helper Methods
  7. Options Menu
  8. Context Menu
  9. Some Additional Views
  10. AnalogClock and DigitalClock Views
  11. WebView

Chapter 6: Data Persistence

  1. Saving and Loading User Preferences
  2. Using getSharedPreferences()
  3. Using getPreferences()
  4. Persisting Data to Files
  5. Saving to Internal Storage
  6. Saving to External Storage (SD Card)
  7. Choosing the Best Storage Option
  8. Using Static Resources
  9. Creating and Using Databases
  10. Creating the DBAdapter Helper Class
  11. Using the Database Programmatically
  12. Adding Contacts
  13. Retrieving All the Contacts
  14. Retrieving a Single Contact
  15. Updating a Contact
  16. Deleting a Contact
  17. Upgrading the Database
  18. Pre-Creating the Database
  19. Bundling the Database with an Application

Chapter 7: Content Providers

  1. Sharing Data in Android
  2. Using a Content Provider
  3. Predefned Query String Constants
  4. COnTenTS
  5. Projections
  6. Filtering
  7. Sorting
  8. Creating Your Own Content Providers
  9. Using the Content Provider

Chapter 8: Messaging and networking

  1. SMS Messaging
  2. Sending SMS Messages Programmatically
  3. Getting Feedback After Sending the Message
  4. Sending SMS Messages Using Intent
  5. Receiving SMS Messages
  6. Updating an Activity from a BroadcastReceiver
  7. Invoking an Activity from a BroadcastReceiver
  8. Caveats and Warnings
  9. Sending e-Mail
  10. Networking
  11. Downloading Binary Data
  12. Downloading Text Files
  13. Accessing Web Services
  14. Performing Asynchronous Calls

Chapter 9: Location-Based Services

  1. Displaying Maps
  2. Creating the Project
  3. Obtaining the Maps API Key
  4. Displaying the Map
  5. Displaying the Zoom Control
  6. Changing Views
  7. Navigating to a Specifc Location
  8. Adding Markers
  9. Getting the Location That Was Touched
  10. Geocoding and Reverse Geocoding
  11. Getting Location Data
  12. Monitoring a Location

Chapter 10: Developing Android Services

  1. Creating Your Own Services
  2. Performing Long-Running Tasks in a Service
  3. Performing Repeated Tasks in a Service
  4. Executing Asynchronous Tasks on
  5. Separate Threads Using IntentService
  6. Communicating between a Service and an Activity
  7. Binding Activities to Services

Chapter 11: Publishing Android Applications

  1. Preparing for Publishing
  2. Versioning
  3. Digitally Signing Your Android Applications
  4. Deploying APK Files
  5. Using the adb exe Tool
  6. Using a Web Server
  7. Publishing on the Android Market
  8. Creating a Developer Profle
  9. Submitting Your Apps

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