In this course, you'll start experimenting with XML code and diving deeper into layouts, namely linear and constraint layouts. We'll also look at animations and build a few fun features with them. Then, we'll take a deeper dive into the Kotlin programming language and constraint layouts, before building a fully functioning Tic-Tac-Toe game.
On top of that, we'll then build a second app which can play YouTube videos within it, and you'll learn how to work with APIs and API keys.
This course is intended for beginners to Android app development or anyone who wants to master coding in Kotlin.
Since this is a beginner-level course, there are no requirements, but any previous experience with coding would be beneficial.
Hello, and welcome to the section. In this section, we'll start with experimenting with XML code and diving deeper into layouts, namely linear and constraint layouts. And we'll start our XML code experimentation while using linear layouts to build a calculator layout like this. Then we'll look at animations and build a few fun features with them. Then, we'll take a deeper dive into the Kotlin programming language and constraint layouts, and build a fully functioning Tic-Tac-Toe game. But that's not all, we'll end the section by building an app which can play YouTube videos within it, and get introduced to working with APIs and API keys. All right, I hope you're excited and I'll see you in the next video.
Mashrur is a full-time programming instructor specializing in programming fundamentals, web application development, machine learning and cyber security. He has been a technology professional for over a decade and has degrees in Computer Science and Economics. His niche is building comprehensive career focused technology courses for students entering new, complex, and challenging fields in today's technology space.