MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 28 lectures (3h 57m) | Size: 1.89 GB
Kotlin and Laravel Authentication concepts
What you’ll learn
Install Laravel and configure Laravel Passport
Creating a new project on Android Studio and native the project files
Learn the Model-View-View-Model ()MVVM design pattern in action
Learn and practice using Jetpack Compose, the modern UI toolkit for developing native UI on Android
Needs basic programming skills and familiar with Laravel and Android development
In this course, we are going to learn how to develop an Android App that can allow users to Register, Login and Logout where the APIs come from the Laravel Application. Laravel is a PHP Framework that follows the MVC (Model View Controller) Architecture. And we are going to use Laravel Passport to secure our APIs and allow users to obtain tokens that can be used to consume the API. This is to say, Laravel Passport provides a full OAuth2 server implementation for your Laravel application.
On the other hand, we are going to use Kotlin programming language to build an Android App, Kotlin is a recommended language by Google to develop Android Apps. You can run side by side with Java while being easier to write. If you want to develop Android apps or multi-platform applications with the JVM, you can do it quicker and simpler with Kotlin than with Java that is why we have chosen Kotlin in this course.
In addition, we’re going to use Jetpack Compose which is a modern toolkit for building native UI for Android. Jetpack Compose simplifies and accelerates UI development on Android. Quickly bring your app to life with less code, powerful tools, and intuitive Kotlin APIs.
Who this course is for
This course is for people who wants to build and secure their apps data using the oauth2. Also, I want to take advantage of existing Laravel Application and extend functionalities to the mobile app.