SharedPereferences is an API that allows you to save a small collection of data persistently. This course, Android Fundamentals: SharedPreferences, is all about basics and fundamental concepts of SharedPreferences. First, you'll get an introduction to Android storage options. Next, you'll see how saving and retrieving data from SharedPreferences works. Finally, you'll use GSON to save and retrieve non-primitive data types. After completing this course, you'll know how to save, retrieve, and modify data both at the activity level and application level through your illustrative demo application.
Sriyank is a passionate software developer and loves to share his knowledge through his blogs and video courses. He follows "share and gain" principle which led him to publish many courses online. Though he has a deep love for Android he also specializes in other mobile app platforms such as iOS and also web development frameworks such as Laravel. He started his journey of sharing knowledge by holding hands-on workshops in various top level Indian Institutes such as NITs and IITs which eventually made him the speaker of one of the Google Developers Groups India which further supported his workshops in many more institutions. Currently Sriyank is working as freelance software developer and a proud online trainer. Apart from this, he loves to travel and explore new places.
Course Overview Hi this Sriyank Siddhartha and welcome to my course of Android Fundamentals: SharedPreferences. I have several years of experience on Android, both as a developer and trainer and have published several courses on Pluralsight based on Android. Android provides several data storage options for you to save persistent application data. This course covers one of the data storage options to store the data persistently, that is using SharedPreferences. If you are a beginner and want to leverage your knowledge in the domain of Android storage, then you are most welcome to go through this course. This course will cover the topics such as introduction to SharedPreferences, storing data to the shared preferences at activity level, storing data to the SharedPreferences at application level, performing various operations on SharedPreferences file, and using Gson to store non-primitive data types. By the end of this course you will have an in depth knowledge of the topic of SharedPreferences. I hope you will you join me on this journey to explore SharedPreferences at Pluralsight. Thank you.