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Android Basics: User Interface

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LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY
Beginner
CERTIFICATE QUALITY
No certificate
STARTING DATE
Self-paced
HOURS OF CONTENT
15-35h
PRICE
Free

DESCRIPTION
Check out this course if you need to know everything about Android on the beginner level. It provides an overview of the Android Basics Nanodegree program which tackles Java programming. You will also learn about building an application's layout as well as doing data storage and user interface. At the end of the course, you will be ble to mke a bi..
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