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Java Android Training

SASVBA Provides Best Java Android Training in Delhi with Latest Development Environment and Frameworks. We keep Our Courses Up to Date with the Latest industrial trends. SASVBA Is One of the best training Java Android Institute in Delhi NCR Which Helps Students Crack Interviews in Tech Giants. We Emphasis on Theory as well as practical to create a Good Foundation for Students.

Java Android Course Syllabus:

SlotsWeek DaysWeek Ends
Course Duration1.5 Months2.5 Months
Class Duration2 Hours3 Hours
Training ModeClassroom/OnlineClassroom/Online

SASVBA Institute Has a very good and supportive environment with high-performance Computers having Up-to-Date IDE’s. We Also Provide Online Classes to ensure the comfort of Our Students So that they can easily Study Where Ever They Want, When Ever They Want.SASVBA Institute Java Android Faculty Is Highly Experienced and Heard Thousands of Success Story of Our Students.

  • Courses Can Be Customized as per the requirement of Students.

What is Java Android?

Java is an open-source object-oriented programming language. By having knowledge of Java one can easily create Android applications in Java. Java’s syntax is similar to C, C++ therefore it is simple and easy to learn.

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Course Content

  • History of Java
  • Features of Java
  • C++ vs Java
  • Hello Java Program
  • Program Internal
  • How to set path?
  • JDK, JRE, and JVM
  • JVM: Java Virtual Machine
  • Variables
  • Data Types
  • Unicode System
  • Operators
  • Keywords
  • Switch
  • For Loop
  • While Loop
  • Do While Loop
  • Break
  • Continue
  • Comments
  • Programs
  • Naming Convention
  • Object and Class Method
  • Constructor
  • static keyword
  • this keyword
  • Aggregation(HAS-A)
  • Method Overloading
  • Method Overriding
  • Covariant Return Type
  • super keyword
  • Instance Initializer block
  • final keyword
  • Runtime Polymorphism
  • Dynamic Binding
  • instance of operator
  • Interface
  • Abstract vs Interface
  • Package
  • Access Modifiers
  • Encapsulation
  • Java Array
  • Object Cloning
  • Math class
  • Wrapper Class
  • Java Recursion
  • Call By Value
  • strictfp keyword
  • javadoc tool
  • Command Line Arg
  • Object vs ClassOverloading vs Overriding
  • Key Advantages
  • Evolution of Android Application Development
  • Establishing the Need
  • Market Trends and Predictions for Android Apps
  • Objectives
  • Course Breakdown
  • Android Architecture
  • Key Features of Android 6.0 Marshmellow
  • Creating an Android Project
  • Simple Input Application
  • Intents, Passing data, Launching activities
  • Supporting different devices
  • Adding Action Bar
  • Saving data
  • Android Layouts
  • Menus
  • Input controls
  • Settings
  • Dialogs
  • Toasts
  • Drag and Drop
  • Loader
  • Methods to manage SQLite database
  • Bound services
  • Creating a bound service
  • Managing a lifecycle of bound service
  • Communicating with remote service
  • Content provider basics
  • Creating content providers
  • Calendar provider
  • Contact provider
  • Dynamic UI with Fragments
  • Loaders
  • Tasks and back stack
  • Getting a current location
  • Using maps with location
  • Location strategies
  • Sensors overview
  • Motion sensors
  • Position sensors
  • Environment sensors
  • Media router
  • Media route provider
  • Camera
  • Norms upload application
  • Checklist
  • Network Service Discovery
  • Registering the Service
  • Discovering Services on Network
  • Resolving a Service on the Network
  • Unregistering a Service
  • P2P Connections with Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi P2P Connection Setup
  • Wi-Fi P2P for Service Discovery
  • Sending a Request and Receiving a Response
  • URL Connection
  • Managing Network Usage
  • XML Data
  • Parsing XML
  • Optimizing Downloads—Pre fetching Data
  • Minimizing Regular Server Updates
  • Syncing with Cloud
  • Auto Backup in Android 6.0
  • Supporting Older Versions of Android
  • Sync Adapters
  • Sync Adapters—Components
  • Creating a Stub Authenticator
  • Creating a Stub Content Provider
  • Creating a Sync Adapter
  • Creating Sync Adapter Class
  • Create a Bound Service
  • Create Sync Adapter XML Metadata File
  • Declare Sync Adapter in Manifest
  • Adding the Account
  • Running the Sync Adapter
  • Getting Volley Library
  • Using Volley
  • Setting up a Network Queue
  • Standard Requests
  • Implementing Custom Request
  • Android for Work
  • Managed Profiles
  • Compatibility with Managed profiles
  • Testing Compatibility with Managed Profiles
  • Android for work—Application Restrictions
  • Externally Configurable Application Restrictions
  • Defining Application Restrictions
  • Reading Application Restrictions
  • Device Policy Controller
  • Creating a Managed Profile
  • Preparing In-App Billing
  • Creating In-App Products
  • Query In-App Products
  • Purchasing In-App Product
  • Consuming In-App Purchased Product
  • Testing In-App Billing Application
  • Need for Multiple APKs
  • Maintaining Multiple APKs
  • Adaptive UI Flows
  • Handling Screen Configuration
  • App Bar
  • App Bar—Implementation
  • Adding Actions
  • Action Bar—Up Navigation
  • Action Views
  • Action Providers
  • Snackbar
  • Storing Application Data in Files
  • Storing and Sharing Application Data
  • Using and Creating Permissions
  • Security Tips for Networking
  • Using HTTPS and SSL—Overview
  • Using HTTPS and SSL
  • Security with HTTPS and SSL
  • Android Dynamic Security Provider
  • Android Application Testing—Overview
  • Instrumentation—Overview
  • Test Case Classes
  • Assertion Classes and Mock Objects
  • RunningTests and Getting Results
  • Activity Testing
  • Espresso for UI Testing
  • Detect and Handle Touch Gestures
  • Tracking Movement
  • Handling Multi-Touch Gestures
  • Handling Drag or Scroll gesture
  • Scaling
  • Managing Events and Extending Touchable Area
  • Handling Keyboard Input
  • Handling Physical Keyboard Navigation
  • Android Wear User Interface principles
  • Android Wear Application design principles
  • Android Wear Application types
  • UI Patterns for Android Wear –Cards
  • UI Patterns for Android Wear
  • Building Android Wear Application
  • Packaging Wearable App

SASVBA Is a Highly Recommended Institute in Delhi NCR. We provide 100% Placement Support So that Students Would not have any Burden of Placements.

We have Collaborations with TCS, Wipro, Infosys, JIO, Airtel, Tech Mahindra, HCL, IBM, etc. These Companies help us to Place students in appropriate Companies. According to their Skills. SASVBA Institute is trending because We Successfully Placed Almost Thousands of Students in Appropriate Companies that why SASVBA is the Best Java training in Delhi.

  • SASVBA is One of the most famous institutes in Delhi NCR and had trained thousands of students in this field
  • SASVBA provides an opportunity for students to work on Live projects
  • SASVBA Converts a Normal Student to an I.T. Professional
  • SASVBA Provides Recorded Classes
  • SASVBA Offers Online IDE’S, Live Classes, Online Debug Sessions
  • SASVBA Provides Study Material: E-Books, Books, Notes
  • SASVBA Placements team arrange interview Calls to students After 70% percent, of the Course, has been Completed.
  • To Increase Experience of Student Our Team and Students Collaborate to Work on Live Projects
  • SASVBA also Provides Aptitude Training for students to crack interview rounds.
  • We Also Help Students to Write a Job Specific Resume

Today, there is a very high demand for Java Android. Nobody can imagine their life without a mobile. It has just become an essential element of life. The mobile phone has an android operating system. Therefore, there is a very high demand for Java Android and deep learning.

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One Can Easily Customize their Course According to their requirements we also provide custom training programs so that we can fulfill the Expectations of the students.

Java is an open-source object-oriented programming language. By having knowledge of Java one can easily create Android applications in Java. Java’s syntax is similar to C, C++ therefore it is simple and easy to learn.

Today, there is a very high demand for Java Android. Nobody can imagine their life without a mobile. It has just become an essential element of life. The mobile phone has an android operating system. Therefore, there is a very high demand for Java Android.

Start by learning java when you get familiar with it then start a disciplined course of Android.

Recorded lectures Are provided if you miss any class you can see them and continue with us.

Our Students are working with companies like:

  • Genpact
  • Infosys
  • TCS
  • Airtel
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Idea
  • Reliance
  • HCL
  • And Many More……