Android App Development with Kotlin Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 20m
  • 20 questions
The Android App Development with Kotlin Literacy (Beginner Level) benchmark assesses your knowledge of the basic concepts of Android development, downloading and installing Android Studio, and running a simple app on the Android Emulator. You will be evaluated on your ability to develop an Android app using various tools, layouts and views, toolbars and floating action buttons, and events. Learners who score high on this benchmark demonstrate that they have an understanding of basic Android app development concepts and can work with views and layouts.

Topics covered

  • configure and layout text views
  • configure the linear layout
  • create a counter app with a Snackbar
  • create a form using the constraint layout
  • create an Android Studio project
  • create and use constraint layouts
  • create and use frame layouts
  • create forms with submit buttons
  • display images on screens
  • explore design views in Android Studio
  • explore layouts and widgets
  • identify the principles of architecting Android apps
  • modify an app in Android
  • provide an overview of Android app development
  • provide an overview of Android layouts
  • recognize the Android Studio project structure
  • recognize the role of activities in an Android app and how they work
  • recognize the role of the Android manifest file
  • run an Android Emulator
  • use floating action buttons and toolbars