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this is a book for android ,published by eoeAnrod.com.
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Must read for all java and android application programmers. Contains things you need to know before you jump on to entrepreneurship based on mobile app development. A quick summary of the journey... More > travelled so far by the author in this direction. It contains a collection of great app ideas and revenue generation thoughts. It is a great starting point and helps stimulate the thought process in this direction.
I took the journey of mobile application development and let me tell it is quite exciting and challenging. It simply brought the best out of me, so much so that I couldn't wait to share it with the world through this book. This book is merely an effort to capture and summarize the learning so far, so it can help many app developers out there. While each of us have to discover our own set of rules and build own path, I hope this book helps initiate the thought process. If it happens to do so, please let me know, if you can, so I improve too.< Less
Android Architecture Patterns
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Software patterns provide best possible solutions to commonly occurring problems. Patterns serve two purposes. They make architects aware of problems that might occur within the business or within a... More > software. They also provide guidelines for how to go about solving these problems in the best possible ways.
While it is always a good idea to follow patterns in any software project, the importance is paramount in mobile computing. For example, by following the GUI patterns, you can create consistent user interface for your application. Consistency in UI goes a long way to achieve user satisfaction.
This book covers patterns that are applicable to a wide number of areas:
- Presentation tier patterns.
- Business logic (model tier) patterns.
- Application lifecycle management.
- Location Based Services.
Author Bibhas Bhattacharya has 17 years experience in the IT field. This book is a result of extensive research done in mobile computing (both iOS and Android) for the last two years.< Less
Android Developer Directory
Introducing the first Android Developer Directory. This timely directory of Android Professional Developers is a reliable, practical resource for researchers, clients, executive search... More > professional, new college graduates, and developer commercial interests. The Directory includes listings from 20 countries with detailed contact information for each entry. Large Information Brokers and List Managers will typically ask for up to ten times the current price for this sizable directory.< Less
Android is a free, open source, Java-based mobile platform developed by Google. Unlocking Android prepares the reader to embrace the Android mobile platform in easy-to-understand language and builds... More > on this foundation with reusable Java code examples. It’s ideal for corporate developers and hobbyists who have an interest, or a mandate, to deliver mobile software.< Less
Android Application Development
This practical book provides the concepts and code you need to develop software with Android, the open-source platform for cell phones and mobile devices that's generating enthusiasm across the... More > industry.< Less
Axure for Mobile
This book will teach you how to design mobile and pad-based prototypes of applications and web pages, how to use and employ mobile interaction paradigms and how to view your prototypes on your mobile... More > device.
It explains how to prepare Axure for mobile prototyping. It will teach you how to document your prototypes and it will equip you with quite a few tips and tricks and best practices.
All of today's major mobile platforms (iOS, Android & Windows Phone) are covered. Their capabilities and the impact on mobile prototyping are explained. Topics specific to mobile web design are also mentioned< Less
Android Programming Tips, Tricks & Tutorials
There are two major steps for getting started with Android:
1. You need to install the Android SDK and developer tools
2. You should build a test project to confirm that those tools are properly... More > installed and configured
If you have already done some form of "hello, world" project with the development tools on your development machine, you can skip this tutorial.
If you have not yet installed the Android SDK and related tools, there is an appendix that covers this process. Once you have the Android SDK, it is time to make your first Android project. The good news is that this requires zero lines of code – Android's tools create a "Hello, world!" application for you as part of creating a new project. All you need to do is build it, install it, and see it come up on your emulator or device. That is what this tutorial is for.< Less