Android Kotlin Fundamentals

March 31, 2020

Android Kotlin Fundamentals: The Android Kotlin Fundamentals course was created by the Google Developers Training team. In the course, you learn Android Kotlin programming concepts and build a variety of apps.

  • Android Kotlin Fundamentals : A ViewGroup is a view that can contain other views. LinearLayout and ScrollView are view groups.
  • LinearLayout is a view group that arranges its child views horizontally or vertically.
  • Use a ScrollView when you need to display content on the screen, such as long text or a collection of images. A scroll view can contain only one child view. If you want to scroll more than one view, then add a ViewGroup such as a LinearLayout to the ScrollView, and put the views to be scrolled inside that ViewGroup.
  • The Layout Editor is a visual design editor inside Android Studio. You can use the Layout Editor to build your app’s layout by dragging UI elements into the layout.
  • A style is a collection of attributes that specify the appearance for a view. For example, a style can specify font color, font size, background color, padding, and margin.
  • You can extract and collect all the formatting of a view into a style. To give your app a consistent look, reuse the style for other views.

This Course teaches you how to set up Android Studio to use Kotlin and how to build apps. You start with “Hello World” and move up to an app that uses image files and a click handler. You learn how Android projects are structured, how to use and modify views in your Kotlin Android app, and how to make sure your apps are backward-compatible. You also learn about API levels and the Android Jetpack libraries.


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