English | 3h 20m | AVC (.mp4) 1024x768 15fps | AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 400 Mb
This course delves into the unique features of the Android platform and how those features and the related components affect the way apps are created.
Sometimes the best app experiences occur completely outside of your app. Users must often switch back-and-forth between a variety of tasks, which they can do much more effectively if they can interact with each app's information without having to explicitly open the app. This course teaches you how to provide this incredible out-of-app user experience using Android dreams, widgets, and notifications. Dreams allow your app to display information or provide entertainment while the device is docked or charging. Widgets allow your app to provide an interactive user experience directly on the Android home screen. With notifications your app can provide information to the user through the status bar even when the user is using a different app; notifications can also gather information from the user and, when necessary, allow the user to jump directly to the appropriate screen within your app right from the status bar.
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