Take your Android coding skills to the next level

Learn more about the latest Android developer features, including what's new in Android Q, new Jetpack components, Android Studio 3.5, Kotlin, and more. You'll find a wide range of training that teaches you how to build an app, including how to build your first Android app, how to build layouts that adapt to different screens, how to save data in a local database, how to use device sensors and cameras, and much more.

You might end up working as an Android engineer on a large team where you’re focused on building a single feature, or you might be the sole Android engineer at a small startup. Either way — it’s often up to you to advocate for the Android platform and recommend Android-specific designs and best-practices.

What will be fun

It will allow you to build your ideas, how to design your app, from the user experience flow to visual design, motion, fonts and more. Every time you refresh your browser you get to see something you envisioned manifest itself on your screen in real-time. It makes coding both exciting and rewarding.

What will be hard

How to build your first Android app, including what’s new in Android.Learning to code is like learning a new language - it’s going to take a lot of practice before you are fluent.

Get training and experience on live projects

We have developed various Bootcamp modules keeping in mind the recent industry trends and the inclination of the market towards the skill set. The course curriculum has a blend of industry-based training and contemporary technical skills.”

1-5 weeks

Basics of Android: What is Android,History and Version,Installing software,Setup Eclipse

6-10 weeks

UI Widgets: Working with Button,Toast,Toggle Button

11-15 weeks

Android Menu,Layout Manager,Adaptor

16-20 weeks

Advance Android: Android Service,SQLite,XML & JSON

21-25 weeks

APIs:Speech API,Location API

26-30 weeks

Participate in our In-House Apprenticeship by building a real-world project in a small team.