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Beginning Android Programming


A hands-on introduction to the latest release of the Android OS and the easiest Android tools for developers. As the dominant mobile platform today, the Android OS is a powerful and flexible platform for mobile device. The new Android release (New York Cheesecake) boasts significant new features and enhancements for both smartphone and tablet applications. This step-by-step resource takes a hands-on approach to teaching you how to create Android applications for the latest OS and the newest devices, including both smartphones and tablets.


Covers:

Shows you how to install, get started with, and use Android Studio 2 - the simplest Android developer tool ever for beginners

Addresses how to display notifications, create rich user interfaces, and use activities and intents

Reviews mastering views and menus and managing data

Discusses working with SMS

Looks at packaging and publishing applications to the Android market

Beginning Android Programming with Android Studio starts with the basics and goes on to provide you with everything you need to know to begin to successfully develop your own Android applications.


File Type: PDF
File Size: 10.4 MB
Total Pages: 459

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