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There are four units in Advanced Android Development: Expand the user experience in the first unit. Unit 2: Make your apps as quick and as tiny as possible. Unit 3: Ensure that your apps are easily accessible. Unit 4: Make your apps geo-enabled.

The Android operating system is a multi-user Linux system with each app representing a unique user. The system assigns each app a unique Linux user ID by default.

  • Components of an app
  • Activities.
  • Receiver for broadcasts.
  • Content creators.

  • Learn more about the Android framework's internals.
  • Overcome your fear of missing out (FOMO) and begin reading more code.
  • Consider adding to your language skills.
  • It's time to get your hands on some Java design patterns.
  • Begin contributing to open source projects.

  • Always keep yourself up to date.
  • Best Practices should be followed.
  • Learn about Android's useful tools.
  • Read the code of others.
  • Use the Android architecture that is suggested.
  • Learn About Code Quality Checking Software.
  • Learn how to test an Android application.
  • Learn how to use third-party libraries.

The Linux kernel, Libraries, Application framework, Android runtime, and System apps are the five tiers of the Android Architecture.

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