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The Google authorized Android Development course is primarily designed for programmers who want to learn how to create mobile applications on the Android platform. As a part of this course, you will create widgets, Customize List view, Grid view, Spinners etc, create applications using audio, video and sqlite database and finally publish it on Google Play. This course will help you learn mobile app development from scratch and unlock new job opportunities for you in start-ups as well as large organizations. Master Android app development, learn how to set up Android Studio, understand Android architecture in detail, learn about integrating your mobile apps with Facebook, Twitter and other social media, Google Drive, Google Maps, SQLite and learn how to create and optimize app user experience.
Learning Objectives – In this module you will learn what is Node.js and what makes Node.js so popular. You will also learn how to use Node Package Manager (NPM), ExpressJS Framework and we will create a ExpressJS application and deploy it to Heroku. We will also see how to use Nodemon.
Topics – What is NodeJS, Installing NodeJS, Node Package Manager (NPM), ExpressJS Framework, Building first Node App using Express, Pushing code to GitHub, Deploying application to Heroku, Using Nodemon.
Express.js, or simply Express, is a web application framework for Node.js, released as free and open-source software under the MIT License. It is designed for building web applications and APIs. It has been called the de facto standard server framework for Node.js
Hapi (pronounced “happy”) is a web framework for building web applications, APIs, and services. It’s extremely simple to get started with and extremely powerful at the same time.
Build a simple chat app with node.js and socket.io. To develop a real chat application, we have to put in place a real-time system of sending/receiving data. It will be impossible to do it with a relational database and Ajax calls. Thank’s to WebSocket and the library socket.io, it becomes easy.