Certificación Android Certified Application Engineer

Certificación Android Certified Application Engineer

Certificación Android Certified Application Engineer

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El máximo exponente dentro de los certificados en el ámbito del desarrollo de aplicaciones Android es la Android Certified Application Engineer.

Puedes avanzar en tu carrera y futuro dentro del mercado Android siguiendo el camino marcado en la imagen que se muestra a continuación.

Para conseguir esta certificación necesitas pasar tres exámenes: AND-401, AND-402 y AND-403 que cubren el desarrollo, los aspectos básicos de seguridad y la rentabilidad de las aplicaciones Android respectivamente.

Una vez que completes estos tres exámenes recibirás a través de correo electrónico el certificado Ingeniero Certificado en Aplicaciones Android en menos de 4 semanas a contar desde el día del examen.

Examen AND-401
Examen AND-402
Examen AND-403

El curso prepara para el examen 401, 402 y 403 con el fin de que el alumno pueda validar y demostrar los conocimientos adquiridos a través de la obtención de la Certificación oficial  Android Certified Application Engineer diseñada por  ATC y reconocida a nivel mundial.

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Además si supera el curso podrá obtener el certificado del mismo, expedido por Factor humano Formación- Escuela Internacional de Postgrado con 175 créditos CEU/CEC.

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Lecciones

  1. Lesson 1 Java Fundamentals for Android Development: Java Basics

    Introduction Java programming language Java Virtual Machine JDK and JRE Setting up your machine for Java programming Hello World in Java Using a text Editor Using an IDE Java Primitive Data Type Naming Arrays Control Flow If/Else and Switch Switch statement While loop For Loop
  2. Lesson 2 Java Fundamentals for Android Development: Object Oriented Programming

    Introduction Object Oriented Programming Objects Classes Inheritance Interface Access Modifiers Constructors Method overriding and overloading Polymorphism
  3. Lesson 3 Java Fundamentals for Android Development: Java Topics

    Introduction Java Collections Interfaces Implementations Enumerated types Serialization Deserializing
  4. Lesson 1: Hello Android Framework

    Introduction Creating an Android Project Within Eclipse From Command line Running Your Application Running you project on the emulator Components of an Android application Application Life-cycle Modifying created project Change activity’s name
  5. Lesson 2: Android SDK Tools and Activity Class

    Android Software Layers Linux kernel C/C++ Libraries Android Runtime Application Framework Application layer Android Libraries The Android Manifest File Structure of the Manifest File Android SDK Tools Activity life-cycle through Java Create an Activity Methods to remember
  6. Lesson 3: ListActivity and ListView

    Introduction Views Using Views Adding a View to your application List Views and List Activity Using a ListActivity Adding ListView Add Event to List Items Summary Methods to remember
  7. Lesson 4: Intents and Intent filters

    Introduction Intents Explicit Intents Implicit Intents Native Android Actions Data Transfer Intent to Call Activities Direct calls Sub-activities: Calling Activities for Results Register an IntentFilter Methods to remember
  8. Lesson 5: Custom Views

    Introduction Different Uses of Customized Views Modify Existing Views Step by Step What is in onDraw() The full picture
  9. Lesson 6: Dialogs and Toasts

    Dialogs Dialog sub-classes Creating dialogs with user-defined layout Activities with Dialog Theme Toasts Methods to remember
  10. Lesson 7: More UI - Options Menu, Context Menu, and WebView

    Introduction Menus Building a menu from Java code Building a menu from a resource file Handle Select Events Sub-menus Context Menus Handling Context Menu Selection Additional Menu Item options Checkboxes and Radio Buttons Shortcut Keys Condensed Titles Menu Item Click Listener Intents WebView Methods to remember Practical Exercise
  11. Lesson 8: Android Storage: Network, File I/O, and SharedPreferences

    Android Storage Options Shared Preferences Internal Storage SQLite Databases Network Connection Connecting to the internet File I/O Including files as resources Shared Preferences Retrieving Shared Preferences Save activity state
  12. Lesson 9: Android Storage: SQLite and Content Providers

    Introduction SQLite in your application SQLite library SQLiteOpenHelper SQLiteDatabase Cursors Databases in Android Native Android Content Providers Methods to remember
  13. Lesson 10: Android Notifications

    Introduction Creating a notification Notification actions Example: NotificationManager Summary
  14. Lesson 11: Introduction and Android Security Architecture

    Android Security Program Overview and Architecture. Kernel level security (Linux), and rooting Android. Android Application Components. The Application Sandbox. Managers and Services Activity Manager Service. Package Manager Service. Notification Manager Service. Search Manager Service. Connectivity, Telephony, and Wi-Fi Manager Services. Download and Storage Manager Services. Window Manager Service.
  15. Lesson 12: Android Permission Model and third party applications

    Android Application Framework Layer. Third party application permissions. Using Protected APIs. Custom Permissions. Android Malware: Prevention, Detection, and Removal. Security Enhanced Android (SE Android).
  16. Lesson 13: Component Security and Protecting data storage

  17. Lesson 14: Client-Server communication security

    Threats Facing Devices Transferring Data. Protecting web transferred data. Input Validation. Prevent Command Injection.
  18. Lesson 15: How to monetize your application

    Different monetization techniques What’s the best technique for your business Add Advertisements to you application (Google Mobile Ads, InMobi,...etc.)
  19. Lesson 16: Android Applications with In-App billing

    Application requirements for in-app billing requirements In-app billing API In-app billing administration
  20. Lesson 17: Licensing and Monitoring your Application

    Google Play Licensing Setting up Licensing Monitoring your app with Google Mobile Analytics
  21. Lesson 18: Publishing your Application

    Methods to publish your application Publishing Process on Google Play Best practices for Releasing your Application

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