LearnBehind the Scenes: Android Data Persistence with Evan Anger

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writes on September 8, 2014

In August 2014, Android developer Evan Anger visited the Treehouse studios to shoot a brand new Android course. In this behind-the-scenes sneak peek, Evan discusses his experience teaching on set.

Look out for Evan’s “Android Data Persistence” course, coming soon to Treehouse!

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5 Responses to “Behind the Scenes: Android Data Persistence with Evan Anger”

  1. Luke Liem on October 26, 2015 at 9:01 am said:

    It will also be helpful for Evan to organize his Data Persistence section like either the Weather App or the Ribbit App, whereby he first explains what his app MemeMaker actually does.

    After completing 5 of the sections, I still have no idea what I am actually coding.

  2. Luke Liem on October 26, 2015 at 8:33 am said:

    In general, the Data Persistence section of the Android Development track is of lower quality than the rest of the Treehouse Android Development course. Maybe I have grown too accustomed to the original instructor Ben Jakuben, who explains things a lot more clearly to the Android newbies, and use animation and diagrams a lot more than Evan Anger.

    My suggestions for improving this new Section:

    (1) Take the time to explain things such as Transactions, ContentValues or Cursor, etc. before diving into the coding.
    (2) Break the coding into smaller sections whereby the student can compile and make sure the code runs. In the SQLite section, Evan ran through 3-5 video clips of coding before compiling and running on the emulator.
    (3) There are students who use Android devices to test the codes. So the section on sqlite3 is not appropriate (it is based on running adb shell first).

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  4. Ben Jakuben on September 10, 2014 at 10:31 am said:

    This should be amazing, Treehouse Android students! Hope you all enjoy it. 🙂

    • David Hope on September 10, 2014 at 12:05 pm said:

      I’m very excited for the release of this course Mr. Jakuben! There are a few portfolio-project apps on my to-do list which will require their own database and ability to save/set user-preferences.

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