What you would learn in Android App Development with Laravel Authentication course?
In this class, we will discover how to create an Android App that can allow users to register, login, and Logout using APIs directly from Laravel Application. Laravel is a PHP Framework that follows the MVC (Model View Controller) Architecture. We will utilize Laravel Passport to secure our APIs and let users acquire tokens that can be used to access the API. That's right, Laravel Passport provides a complete OAuth2 server for the Laravel application.
On the contrary, we are using the Kotlin programing language to develop the Android App; Kotlin is the preferred language of Google to create Android Apps. It can run side by alongside Java while also being simpler to write. If you're looking to build Android apps or multi-platform software using the JVM, it is possible to achieve this quicker and easier using Kotlin instead of Java. This is the reason why we've selected Kotlin for this course.
We'll also utilize Jetpack Compose, a modern toolkit, to create the native UI on Android. Jetpack Compose is a toolkit that simplifies and speeds up UI creation on Android. Rapidly create your app with fewer lines than a few lines of code, powerful tools, and a simple Kotlin API.
Content of the Course
- Install Laravel and set it up Laravel Passport
- Create a new project using Android Studio and native the project files
- Learn the Model-View-View-Model ()MVVM design pattern in action
- Learn and practice with Jetpack Compose, the modern UI toolkit that allows you to build native UI for Android
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