To-Do App & Clean Architecture -Android Development – Kotlin
Download To-Do App & Clean Architecture -Android Development – Kotlin course. Develop a Fully Functional To-Do app in Kotlin – ROOM, Navigation Component, LiveData, ViewModel, Data Binding, and more.
Description To-Do App & Clean Architecture -Android Development – Kotlin
So this course will be a little different from my previous ones, because in this course we are going to build a fully functional To-Do application. We are going to build our app using Kotlin programming language, and you’ll see all the benefits and power of concise way of programming with Kotlin.
Our To-Do app will combine different android architecture components like Navigation Component, ROOM database, LiveData, ViewModel, Data Binding and more…
You will learn how to follow the principle of single activity and multiple fragments in your app. You will learn how to use Navigation Component in your app, how to work with Safe Args to pass data between fragments, and also create custom made Transition Animations for your destinations.
So why is a To-Do app important, well first and foremost because it teaches you how to build and maintain a database, how to write SQL queries to insert, update, delete data from database, but also how to write custom queries to search through Database, Sort your database by certain criteria and display it in proper way to your RecyclerView.
Also we are going to have a clean architecture in our project, you will learn how to organize your project structure and maintain good code readability.
At the later section of this course I’m going to teach you how to implement data binding to your app, and you’ll see all the benefits of using it, because we are going to have less boilerplate codes in our app, plus everything will be separated, and our fragments will look a lot cleaner and simple. You will also be introduced with custom BindingAdapters.
At the end of this course we will implement swipe to delete function to our RecyclerView, also I’ll show you how to easily change RecyclerViewlayout, apply a different look to your app with Grid and Staggered Grid layout as well. And when we are talking about RecyclerView, I should also mention that we will implement DiffUtil in our app and that way, increase overall app performance.
Also I need to mention that this course is NOT for ABSOLUTE beginners in android development. Because this course assumes that you already have a basic knowledge of programming in Kotlin, and a basic knowledge of android architecture components.
But if you wish to continue improving your skills and building your knowledge furthermore then this To-Do App & Clean Architecture -Android Development – Kotlin course is definitely the right option for you.
Who this course is for:
- Android Developers
- Android Developers – Kotlin
- Anyone who want to learn more about developing fully functional Application
- Basic knowledge about Android Development
- Basic knowledge about Android Architecture Components
- This course is NOT for Absolute Beginners
What you’ll learn
- Develop ToDo App with Kotlin
- Navigation Component
- Safe args
- Transition Animation
- ROOM Database
- CRUD operations
- Data binding
- Binding adapters
- Search database in RecyclerView
- Sort database in RecyclerView
- RecyclerView Animation
- Swipe to delete
- Undo – restore deleted data
- Linear, Grid, Staggered Layout in RecyclerView
- Develop a fully functional app
- Clean Architecture
Very good, it exceeded my expectations, I was looking for a project to put into practice what I knew about Kotlin and I ended up learning new things. Although my native language is not English, I understood it perfectly, thank you very much for the course.
Excellent To-Do App & Clean Architecture -Android Development – Kotlin course. The application is fully functional and covers all the crucial android architecture components. Thank you for responding and resolving the issue with the back button so promptly.
Excellent course which teaches best practices for Android by incorporating Architecture components. My only suggestion to Stefan is to slow down a bit. As someone who is just getting started, it is hard to follow along so quickly.