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By Bill Phillips, Chris Stewart, Brian Hardy, Kristin Marsicano

Android Programming: the large Nerd Ranch advisor (2nd variation) is an introductory Android e-book for programmers with Java experience.

Based on huge Nerd Ranch's renowned Android Bootcamp path, this advisor will lead you thru the barren region utilizing hands-on instance apps mixed with transparent motives of key techniques and APIs. This e-book makes a speciality of functional recommendations for constructing apps suitable with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and up, together with insurance of Lollipop and fabric design.

Write and run code each step of how, growing apps that combine with different Android apps, obtain and show photographs from the internet, play sounds, and extra. each one bankruptcy and app has been designed and demonstrated to supply the information and adventure you want to start in Android development.

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