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In this section, we'll start building the Ranking Row and the Ranking Table to contain the rows. These composable functions will use the rankings list and class we created a couple sections ago. They will also serve as the building blocks for the Stats screen which we will build in the next section. I encourage you to try and build these components yourself using your newfound Jetpack Compose knowledge.

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Jetpack Compose for Designers

Learn about the basics of Jetpack Compose to build an NFT Marketplace Android app with the powerful declarative framework

10:07

2

Building your first component

Explore the fundamentals of Jetpack Compose to build an amazing Card

13:03

3

Designing the Onboarding Screen

Modify Jetpack Compose elements to suit your design

10:51

4

Introduction to Kotlin

Learn the basics of programming in Kotlin

10:26

5

Classes in Kotlin

Develop different card types with the help of classes

10:57

6

Dynamic Composable Functions

Build the NFT Category Card to use Dynamic Data

12:22

7

Building a Lazy Horizontal List

Iterate through Data to build a Dynamic Scrollable List

10:35

8

Creating the Collection Cards

Making the Collection Card with Material Icons

10:29

9

Remembering State

Learn about State Changes and Remembering UI State with Compose

9:19

10

Scrolling Views

Finish building the Home Screen and Learn more about the Scaffold element

15:24

11

Creating a Top App Bar

Learn about TopAppBars in Android and how to implement them with Jetpack Compose

8:48

12

Customizing Bottom App Bars

Add a Bottom Bar for Navigation and Learn How to Add Dependencies

10:19

13

Making the Ranking Components

Review the fundamentals by building the blocks for the Stats Screen

12:00

14

Building the Stats Screen

Integrate the Second Screen of our App with Jetpack Compose

7:27

15

Animations in Jetpack Compose

Learn the Fundamentals of Animating Values to Update the UI

13:36

16

Introduction to Navigation

Integrate the Navigation Compose dependency to Set up Screen to Screen Navigation

8:48

17

Bottom App Bar Navigation

Enable Functional Interactivity for the Bottom App Bar

8:46

18

Dynamic Navigation

Control the First Screen a User is Presented with Dynamically

8:52

19

Introduction to Jetpack Compose Theming

Learn the Fundamentals of Building a Theme for your app

11:40

20

Updating our App’s Typography

Refactor the remaining parts of our application

12:36

Meet the instructor

We all try to be consistent with our way of teaching step-by-step, providing source files and prioritizing design in our courses.

Sai Kambampati

Student. Engineer. Designer. Not always in that order.

Student at UCSC constantly learning about new technologies, building innovative mobile apps, and designing breakthrough products.

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6 courses - 24 hours

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Jetpack Compose for Designers

Learn the fundamentals of Jetpack Compose to build a beautiful Android application using Kotlin and Android Studio

4 hrs

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UIKit for iOS 15 Part 2

Learn advanced techniques about animations, layout, localization, Firebase, Xcode Cloud, and more!

3 hrs

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UIKit for iOS 15

Design and code a UIKit app for iOS 15 with storyboards, custom layouts, scroll detection, and accessibility using Xcode 13

5 hrs

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Advanced Development in SwiftUI

Advance your SwiftUI skills by developing an app using Core Data, CloudKit, In App Purchases, Sign In With Apple, and Firebase Authentication

4 hrs

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Flutter for Designers Part 2

Continuing on from the previous Flutter for Designers course, this course has a heavier emphasis on using Firebase API's to combine Firebase and Flutter. There will be a lesser emphasis on creating front-end Flutter UI and more emphasis on how to build functional applications capable of being shipped to the App Store. A review of the previous course and the Dart programming language will be very helpful. That being said, you will also be introduced to some new Flutter widgets and packages.

4 hrs

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Flutter for Designers

Flutter is a relatively new toolkit that makes it easy to build cross-platform apps that look gorgeous and is easy to use. By utilizing a platform's native components we'll build an app that can run on both iOS and Android that will look and feel like it was developed natively. Furthermore we'll see how with one single codebase, Flutter provides us with native performance, hot reload for fast development, and access to beautiful, native components.

4 hrs