What you would learn in To-Do App with Jetpack Compose MVVM - Android Development course?
Welcome to my course, hello! This course will teach you how to create your first Android app using a popular UI toolkit, Jetpack.
Many of you had waited for this moment when Jetpack Compose was stable. It's now the right time for you to become an Android Developer. Jetpack Compose makes it easy to build Android apps. It's exciting, fun, and much more accessible than ever before. We won't need XML.
Instead, we will build our UI using a regular Kotlinfile. This file uses the full power and flexibility of Kotlin programming language. It is also easier to create custom UI components. You can easily create a custom UI element by simply adding a function to the @Composable annotation.
Without a project, how would this course look? The To-Do app that we will develop in this course will be single activity and zero fragments. Does that sound impossible? It's not. It's better to get used to it than not because it will simplify creating Android apps.
This course will introduce Jetpack Compose and some of its most essential concepts. This course will teach you everything about the Lifecycle of one composable and how Compiler does all the hard work behind the scenes.
This course will cover the most critical components of Android Architecture.
- Room Database: We will save and retrieve data from a local table, as well as write custom SQL queries.
- Compose Navigation: This allows us to navigate between our Screen Compostables. You will also learn how you can create beautiful transition animations at the end of this course.
- ViewModel: This will include all the logic required to run our app.
- Preference DataStore: To keep a simple key/value pair.
You'll also learn about Dagger-Hilt, a popular dependency injection tool. This video will show you how to inject ViewModels with different dependencies without creating a ViewModel factory.
Our application will automatically support Dark mode by default. You will also learn how to create two themes for your app using a Jetpack composer. We will also show you how to make your custom UI components.
The To-Do app, which we will be working on, will include an animated splash screen and other components. We will also have an animated swipe to delete functionality to make it easy to remove an item from our list. We will also add UNDO deleted items, a safety feature that will show a SnackBar when we delete an item from our list. This will allow us to get it back quickly. There are many other aspects to this new method of creating Android Apps.
Finally, this course will constantly be updated with new videos whenever necessary. Each time we discover a bug in an app, I will record a video, working together to fix it. You'll also be able to reach me throughout the course. I can answer any questions you may have about this course or suggest code cleanups for the project if you're skilled enough.
Create Android Apps from Scratch
To-Do App With Jetpack Compose
A new Declarative method of Building UI
Jetpack Compose - Introducing
Re-composition and Initial Composition
Jetpack Composes States
Jetpack Compose Layouts
Create custom UI components
Dependency Injection with Dagger–Hilt
Support for Dark and Light Themes
Animate UI Components
Animated Splash Screen
Swipe to Delete Animation
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