Developing Apps is fun…..is it not? It’s really exciting to take an idea from the back of a paper napkin all the way to the App Store!
It is Not only fun but also lucrative. There are tremendous opportunities available out there for app developers and designers all over the world.
Android offers an excellent platform for developing and delivering apps. Most of you might already be working on this platform. If so, you would know, Android platform and mobile app industry as a whole has a remarkable future ahead.
Smartphones enable us to do a lot these days, from shopping our clothes, booking movie tickets, to ordering groceries and getting them delivered right to our doorsteps. It is hard to believe – but even after all these advancements – there is still a lot of paper-based work happening in the workplace and everyday lives. There are still untapped opportunities and workflows which need to move to the mobile platform. If you have a good idea – the world is your oyster. You can change the way how people live their lives by introducing a compelling app.
You may be working as a freelancer or may have a full-time job as an app developer or architect. Whether you create one app a year or multiple apps in a month – there must have been times when you got tired of looking at long strings of code tangled together into a spaghetti-like mess.
This is particularly painful if you have to inherit a legacy code base and you have to add features to it or fix bugs.
Make your life easier and building apps fun……………by learning tried and tested software architectural patterns.
In this course – you will Get a detailed and behind the scenes look at Model-View-Presenter (MVP) pattern, which helps make code simple and clean. You also get familiar with other fundamental concepts like dependency injection, reactive programming, unit testing, mock objects which assist you throughout the app development lifecycle. Learn frameworks like Dagger 2, Retrofit, RxJava, Junit, Mockito and others.
Gain valuable skills of architecting apps in a flexible and scalable manner. Advance your career and work on more cutting edge projects out there.
What are the requirements?
- Basic information about software development processes
- Desire to learn something new and continuous improvement
What am I going to get from this course?
- Build and architect Android apps using MVP pattern
- Understand dependency injection and Dagger 2
- Understand Gradle build system
- Understand unit testing and JUnit for Android apps
- Understand mocking objects using Mockito
- Understand type-safe REST API client called Retrofit
- Understand reactive programming and RxJava
- Understand the MVP UI pattern
Who is the target audience?
- Mobile and Web App Developers
- Software Architects
- Tech Founders and Co-Founders (Technical or Non-Technical)