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    • Android Training By: Adham Enaya twitter : @adhamenaya fb.: adham.enaya a.it@hotmail.com
    • Session 1: Android Overview Sunday, March 25, 2012
    • Course Overview• Course name : Android Training• Hours: 90 hrs• What you will have: – Pre and post evaluation test. – Android Training Book. – Android app development skills.• How you will participate: – Team work projects(2-3 members) – Assignments and presentations Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • What is Android ?• Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications.• The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java.• Originally developed by Andy Rubin & Rich Miner (Android Inc.).• Acquisitioned by Google in August 17, 2005. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Android versions Version API Level Name 1.0 1 1.1 2 1.5 3 CUPCAKE 1.6 4 DONUT 2.0,2.1 5,6,7 ÉCLAIR 2.2 8 FROYO 2.3 9,10 GINGERBREAD 3.0 11,12,13 HONYCOMB 4.0 14,15 ICE CREAM SANDWITCH Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Features of Android• Open for manufacturer for customizations.• No fixed hardware & software configurations.• Storage, Connectivity, Messaging, Web browsing, Media Support, Hardware sensors, multi touching, multi-tasking , Flash support (2.3). Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Android Devices• Smart Phones.• Tablets.• E-Readers devices.• Netebooks.• MP4 players.• Internet TVs.• Watches. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Architecture of Android1. Linux Kernel2. Libraries3. Android Runtime ( Dalvik VM)4. Application framework5. Applications Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Architecture of Android(Graph) Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Linux Kernel• Contains the drivers for all supported hardware.• For example: – Camera Driver, Wi-Fi Driver, USB,…etc. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Libraries• Programming libraries(code) provides the features of android system• For example : – SQLite for database storage. – WebKit for web browsing. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Android Runtime• Core libraries(Java libraries).• Dalvik VM : – Optimized for limit battery, memory & CPU. – Android java application are compiled to Dalvik executables (.dex). – Each application runs on a separate process and Dalvik VM instance(more secure). Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Application framework• APIs allow the developers to use Android capabilities in their application.• For example: – Telephony Manager: makeing calls,..etc. – Location Manager: GPS positioning, ..etc. – View system: GUI components, events, ..etc. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Applications• Contains: – The applications come with android, for example: Brower, SMS , contacts, dialer, …etc. – Your own application. – Notice that your applications and original applications are in the same level. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Downloading development environment• Eclipse IDE(Google-supported) – Download: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads• Android SDK – SDK Manager – Android Platform – SDK samples …etc. – Emulator and debugger – Download: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html• Android Development Tools(ADT) – Install plug-in: http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Configuring the development environment1. Installing the ADT plug-in.2. Go to Window -> Preferences.3. Select Android -> Set the location of android SDK folder. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Android SDK & AVD Manager• Helps to: – Browse the installed packages. – The available packages to install. – To create Android virtual devices – It is connected directly with Google servers to install packages from them. – You can download : • Android platforms, documentation, samples tools.. • Third party Add-ons, i.e. Google APIs to use Google Maps in the application. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Creating Android Virtual Device (AVD)• AVD: is and emulator instance modeling the actual device.1. Go to window -> Android SDK and AVD Manger.2. Select Virtual Devices-> enter the AVD properties: 1. Device name. 2. Target platform ( i.e. Android 2.3- level 9). 3. You can choose a specific hardware. Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya
    • Any Question ? Best,  Open source Training (Android Course)March 29, 2012 Adham Enaya