TL;DR: Learn how to create your own Android apps from scratch with the Complete Android 11 Developer Bundle, on sale as of Feb. 23. For a limited time, get the full course bundle for only $39.99 — a 98% savings.
While Apple has certainly made its mark, iOS is really a niche operating system. Android is still by far the most popular smartphone operating system — with nearly 72 percent of the market share — and it gives developers lots of flexibility in terms of what they can create.
Learning to develop Android apps is easier than you may think. All you need is the right training — like this Android 11 Developer Bundle led by coding experts Mashrur Hossain and Meisam Mansourzadeh.
With 11 courses and nearly 40 hours of content, Hossain, Mansourzadeh, and other experts will guide you through some of the most important concepts and languages of Android app development. You’ll get a crash course on Java — the primary coding language used to create true “native” Android apps — covering the basics, like variables, operators, loops, arrays, and OOP. With step-by-step assistance, you’ll create a simple text color selecting app and even test it out in various Android environments.
While Java is a reputable programming language with vast open-source tools and libraries for developers, it’s no longer the only official language supported by Android. Kotlin is the second official language — as of 2017 — and it’s pragmatic, modern, and intuitive. For coding newbies, it’s often considered easier to learn than Java. This online training explores Kotlin and its fundamentals, including how you can use it to develop Android apps.
Each course carries a $200 price tag, but for a limited time, you can virtually enroll in all 11 courses for just $39.99 and start building your own apps for Android OS.