GA NYC (Manhattan), Classrooms
10 East 21st Street
New York NY 10010
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Day 1 takeaways:
Understand the basic structure of an Android application Explain how UI elements and Java logic communicate Navigate files & folders using the terminal Track changes to local code Describe the use cases of different data types Declare, assign to, and manipulate data stored in a variable Run files from the command line Write a script that displays directions to the console and accepts user input Use booleans, conditionals, and operators to control the flow of a script Identify and address misconceptions from information sharing and programming fundamentals Review how a database works with a web application to store and retrieve information
Day 2 Takeways:
Describe how information is shared on the web Write code that accepts user input, manipulates data, and utilizes control flow Use multiple conditionals to control the flow of an application Explain how and when functions and files are executed in a Android application Describe how arrays and hashes are used to store data and deliver data Describe, at a high level, how objects store data and inherit functionality Iterate over and manipulate values in arrays and objects Explain how an Android application communicates with external applications and databases Describe how a database works with an Android application to store and retrieve information Identify resources for continue practice
Ability to write & run Java files that accept input & manipulate data Explain how UI elements and Java logic communicate Explain the basic structure of an Android application
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