Android App Development Tutorial: Beginners Guide With Examples, Code And Tutorials

Step 1: Learn JAVA For Android

Android App can be developed in many languages (like JAVA, C, C++, Scala etc) but the most popular out of them is JAVA. Though it is not true but you can consider JAVA is the official language to create Android App since it’s most commonly used. So the first thing you need to learn before starting Android App development is to have good knowledge of JAVA and specially OOPs concept.

Step 2: Design Android UI

Android UI designing can be done either in XML or programmatically in application. But the Android UI designer mostly prefer XML for defining UI because it separate the presentation from the code and makes easier to visualize, manage, edit and debug the App.

In this section we discuss XML basic, layouts, widgets, views, attributes and lots more with practical examples.

Step 3: Android Programming

Learning android programming is both fun and can generate huge profit in the long run. As of July 2015, Statista revealed Google play is the largest mobile App store which has over 1.6 million Apps and billions of application gets downloaded every year. If you knows android programming, not only will you be having a stable and sound career but can unleash your hidden talents as a developer.

In this section you will get into the depth of technical stuff used in Android App Development.

Step 5: Create Android App In Android Studio

First you started your Android Developer journey learning JAVA then you move to Android UI, programming and finally coming to the last step of actually creating Android App in Android Studio. You have travelled a long journey and must be proud of yourself.

Now I know to create first few real world Android App in Android Studio is difficult no matter how much theory you have learned. By keeping that in mind AbhiAndroid is happy to introduce this category where we will share step by step tutorial for creating real world Android App from scratch in Android Studio. Beginners in Android are going to love this.

Step 4: Android Material Design

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