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Social Integration
1.   Getting started with Facebook – Setting up the Environment
2.   Login with Facebook – using Facebook login Button
3.   Get User information from Facebook
4.   Getting Friends Data from Facebook
5.   Login to Facebook with your own UI
6.   Sharing Feed on Timeline – Using Facebook Feed Dialog
7.   Sharing Content with WhatsApp
8.   Sending WhatsApp message to single Number
9.   Integrating Twitter in your Android App – the steps you need to take
10.   Setting up the basics for Twitter Login
11.   Continuing with Twitter Login – getting the pieces together
12.   Twitter Login – the final chapter
13.   Uploading status on Twitter

Saving State with Preferences
14.   Introduction to Preferences
15.   Creating a Preference Screen and Saving Preferences
16.   Adding Sub – Preference Screen
17.   Editing Preference Values
18.   Creating Preferences Files
19.   Adding Preferences through Forms
20.   Preference Dependency
21.   Preference Listener
22.   Setting Default Values in Preferences
23.   List Preference
24.   Using Preferences with Fragments
25.   Preference Headers
26.   Preference Headers – Continued

Saving State with File I/O
27.   I/O using File – Internal File System
28.   I/O using Files – Continued
29.   I/O using Files – Files on SD Card

I/O Using Resource Folders
30.   Reading files from the Assets Folder
31.   Reading files from the Assets Folder – continued
32.   Reading from the RAW Folder

Working with Genymotion – Get the power of the real mobile
33.   Installing the Android 5.0 SDK to start things
34.   Installing Android Studio – gearing for the future
35.   Installing Genymotion and adding to Android Studio
36.   Installing Google Play Services on Genymotion

ActionBar – where all action begins
37.   Creating Menus and Menu Items – learn the old way
38.   Creating my first Action Bar – Adding Icons, Titles,Drawables,styles to it
39.   Creating Split Action Bar and more
40.   Creating Submenu by Java Code and Using Intents with Menu Items
41.   Using addIntentOptions to let Android find Options
42.   Creating Menus by xml Code
43.   Using Checkable MenuItems and Groups
44.   Handling clicks on MenuItems – all approaches covered
45.   Using Fragments with MenuItems
46.   ActionBar with Tabs – Now you got Choices
47.   Adding ViewPager to Tabs – Just Swipe your Choices
48.   Adding Navigation Drawer – navigation is just a click away
49.   Adding Dual Navigation Drawer to a Activity

Using AQuery – all you can do without much coding
50.   Using AQuery – a library you would love to use
51.   Using Images with AQuery
52.   Contacting a Web Service with AQuery
53.   Practical App to get Data from Google Places with AQuery JSon
54.   Posting updates to Web Services with AQuery
55.   Uploading Text and Images to Web Services with AQuery

Services – The background of all activities
56.   Basics of Services – What they are and Why to use them
57.   LifeCycle of a Service
58.   Learning about Local Services
60.   IntentService – a ready to use Service
61.   Communicating between a Service and Activity
62.   Using bindService to Bind to a Service – Writing the Service Code
63.   Using bindService to Bind to a Service – Writing the Activity Code
64.   Using AIDL – when things are not in same process
65.   Using AIDL – binding all the code
66.   Communicating with Service using Callbacks
67.   Running Service in the Foreground

Google Cloud Messaging – now user is just a click away
68.   Learn the basics of GCM
69.   Setting up for GCM
70.   Registering device for GCM Notifications
71.   Registering device for GCM Notifications – final chapter

Location, Location, Location – how to work with Fused Location provider
72.   Basics of Location Handling
73.   Fused Location Provider – how it works
74.   Setting up for Location Services – get started
75.   Where am I – writing the code
76.   Where am I – the final part

77.   Summary on Using Preferences

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