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This set will teach you how to build modern Android apps

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Android 11 isn’t even a year old, but it has already had a huge impact on the way people interact with their phones. It comes with screen recorders, improved password handling, and better control over app permissions. If you’re developing apps for Android (or want to know how), you’re going to need to know this operating system inside and out, and the Full Bundle for Android 11 Developers can help you get started.

This collection of classes comes with 38 hours of content on Kotlin, Java, interface design, and everything you need to know to get your apps noticed in a sea of ​​Google Play Store submissions. Courses like “The Complete Android 11 Developer Course” will teach you everything you need to get the most out of this updated operating system. In short, you’ll find out how to use RecyclerView, work with animations, and even create your own Instagram clone.

Meanwhile, more specialized classes like “Java for Android Application Development” will teach you coding concepts like abstract interfaces and classes, simple arrays, and Singleton models from scratch. Likewise, “Networking in Android” uses a hands-on project – creating a news reader app – to introduce you to tools like Retrofit, Volley, and XMLPullParser.

What is really impressive is the way these courses work with each other: the trilogy of “Kotlin for Beginners”, “Master Kotlin” and “The Complete Firebase Course with Kotlin”, for example, will have you passing from novice Kotlin to expert Kotlin.

Best of all: This set includes lifetime access to all of the classes on this list. You can purchase all 11 classes in this package today for the reduced price of just $ 39.99.

Prices are subject to change.

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