Android Apps Development

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Android Apps Development Course Details

Rs. 20,000/-

3 Months

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Class Per Week:

Weekend Course:
Available on Saturday Sunday

Starting Date:

Right after your admission.
Online Only

Android Apps Development Class Timing

Classes 4 Days a week (Monday to Thursday)

Morning Classes
  • 8:00 to 9:00
  • 9:00 to 10:00
  • 10:00 to 11:00
  • 11:00 to 12:00
  • 12:00 to 1:00
Evening Classes
  • 2:00 to 3:00
  • 3:00 to 4:00
  • 4:00 to 5:00
  • 5:00 to 6:00
  • 6:00 to 7:00

Teacher Profile

Afraz Quershi

Sir Afraz Quershi is a young and dynamic Software Developer working for MASIA Institute since 2018. He has done his Bachelors in Computer Science from Federal Urdu University Islamabad. He has developed a number of websites and mobile apps.

Sir Afraz Qureshi is woking in Android Apps Development, C# and Dot Net Framework since 2016.


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Software development is a field that is growing and changing day by day. Android development is a fastest growing field of programming in software development. If you have working knowledge of basic Java programming and object oriented programming, you can start learning Android.

Note: If you are new to programming, you should start from Java Programming

Introduction to Android

  1. Introduction
  2. Creating an Android ProjectWithin Android Studio
  3. From Command line
  4. Running Your Application
  5. Running you project on the emulator
  6. Components of an Android application
  7. Application Life-cycle
  8. Modifying created project
  9. Change activity’s name

Android SDK Tools and Activity Class 

  1. Android Software Layers 
  2. Linux kernel 
  3. C/C++ Libraries 
  4. Android Runtime 
  5. Application Framework 
  6. Application layer 
  7. Android Libraries 
  8. The Android Manifest File 
  9. Structure of the Manifest File 
  10. Android SDK Tools 
  11. Activity life-cycle through Java 
  12. Create an Activity 
  13. Methods to remember 

ListActivity and ListView in Android

  1. Introduction
  3. Using Views
  4. Adding a View to your application
  5. List Views and List Activity
  6. Using a ListActivity
  7. Adding ListView
  8. Add Event to List Items
  9. Summary 
  10. Methods to remember

Intents and Intent filters in Android

  1. Introduction
  2. Intents
  3. Explicit Intents
  4. Implicit Intents
  5. Native Android Actions
  6. Data Transfer
  7. Intent to Call Activities
  8. Direct calls
  9. Sub-activities: Calling Activities for Results
  10. Register an IntentFilter
  11. Methods to remember

Custom Views in Android 

  1. Introduction
  2. Different Uses of Customized Views
  3. Modify Existing Views
  4. Step by Step
  5. What is in onDraw()
  6. The full picture

Dialogs and Toasts in Android

  1. Dialogs
  2. Dialog sub-classes
  3. Creating dialogs with user-defined layout
  4. Activities with Dialog Theme
  5. Toasts
  6. Methods to remember

Android More UI - Options Menu, Context Menu, and WebView

  1. Introduction
  2. Menus
  3. Building a menu from Java code
  4. Building a menu from a resource file
  5. Handle Select Events
  6. Sub-menus
  7. Context Menus
  8. Handling Context Menu Selection
  9. Additional Menu Item options
  10. Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
  11. Shortcut Keys
  12. Condensed Titles
  13. Menu Item Click Listener
  14. Intents
  15. WebView
  16. Methods to remember
  17. Practical Exercise

Android Storage: Network, File I/O, and Shared Preferences 

  1. Android Storage Options
  2. Shared Preferences
  3. Internal Storage
  4. SQLite Databases
  5. Network Connection
  6. Connecting to the internet
  7. File I/O
  8. Including files as resources
  9. Shared Preferences
  10. Retrieving Shared Preferences
  11. Save activity state

Android Storage: SQLite and Content Providers 

  1. Introduction
  2. SQLite in your application
  3. SQLite library
  4. SQLiteOpenHelper
  5. SQLiteDatabase
  6. Cursors
  7. Databases in Android
  8. Native Android Content Providers
  9. Methods to remember

Android Notifications Introduction

  1. Creating a notification
  2. Notification actions
  3. Example: Notification Manager
  4. Summary

Project in Android

Method of Delivery

  • Lecture 50%
  • Computer Lab 50%

Award Criteria

Students will be awarded certificate from MASIA soft, if fulfill the following minimum requirements:

  • Attendance = 75%
  • Marks = 80%

Grading System

Students Grades are calculated from assignments, classwork and the final project.

Appeal Process

If not satisfied with the obtained marks you can write to