We began to work on an Android App for level 6. However, as we were working through it we realized how beneficial a background in HTML and CSS would be. Therefore, we took a break from the Android App training and switched to HTML and CSS for the level 6 training. Android will be level 7. You’ll notice that once again, we feature training from other sites. However, this time, there’s a bunch of options. Lots of different sites offer free HTML and CSS training. It’s a matter of picking which one is right for you. Do you want a crash course or an in-depth course. Do you want an interactive site or would you rather watch videos and work on your own site? Reading through the options on our site will help you find which one is right for you. However, the most valuable tips are at the bottom in sections 6.3.1 and 6.3.2. Do not skip these steps. They are vital to any design project.
Android App development has been the most difficult project that we have started. However, the coding isn’t the hard party. Like Tom Petty says, “the waiting is the hardest part.” Just downloading Android Studio and updating all the components is very time consuming. So it might be a while before we’re done with our level 7 Android App training. We recommend downloading it and updating all the components prior to starting Android App training. So just go ahead and download Android Studio now. And if you want to get started on it, try the Code Babes training. The app we will be developing will be a similar to their pick up line app. However, it will be liberty-related.