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Android Programming for Beginners

Publisher: PacktPublishing
Author: John Horton
ISBN-13: 978-1785883262
ISBN-10: 1785883267
Pages: 698
Language: English
Year: 2015
File: ebook PDF

Learn all the Java and Android skills you need to start making powerful mobile applications

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Book Description:

Android is the most popular OS in the world. There are millions of devices accessing tens of thousands of applications. It is many people’s entry point into the world of technology; it is an operating system for everyone. Despite this, the entry-fee to actually make Android applications is usually a computer science degree, or five years’ worth of Java experience.

Android Programming for Beginners will be your companion to create Android applications from scratch-whether you’re looking to start your programming career, make an application for work, be reintroduced to mobile development, or are just looking to program for fun. We will introduce you to all the fundamental concepts of programming in an Android context, from the Java basics to working with the Android API. All examples are created from within Android Studio, the official Android development environment that helps supercharge your application development process.

After this crash-course, we’ll dive deeper into Android programming and you’ll learn how to create applications with a professional-standard UI through fragments, make location-aware apps with Google Maps integration, and store your user’s data with SQLite. In addition, you’ll see how to make your apps multilingual, capture images from a device’s camera, and work with graphics, sound, and animations too.

By the end of this book, you’ll be ready to start building your own custom applications in Android and Java.

About the Author

John Horton is a coding and gaming enthusiast based in the UK. He has a passion for writing apps, games, books, and blog articles about coding, especially for beginners. He is the founder of Game Code School, which is dedicated to helping complete beginners to get started with coding, using the language and platform that suits them best. John sincerely believes that anyone can learn to code and that everybody has a game or an app inside their mind, but they just need to do enough work to bring it out. He has authored around a dozen technology books, most recently, the following:

Android Game Programming by Example
Learning Java Building Android Games

Android Programming for Beginners

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Программирование Android для начинающих станет вашим помощником в создании приложений Android с нуля — независимо от того, хотите ли вы начать свою карьеру программиста, создать приложение для работы, вернуться к разработке мобильных приложений или просто хотите программировать для развлечения. Мы познакомим вас со всеми фундаментальными концепциями программирования в контексте Android, от основ Java до работы с Android API. Все примеры создаются в Android Studio, официальной среде разработки Android, которая помогает ускорить процесс разработки приложений.

К концу книги вы будете готовы начать создавать свои собственные приложения на Android и Java.

Android Programming for Beginners

Table of contents

  • Chapter 1: The First App
  • Chapter 2: Java – First Contact
  • Chapter 3: Exploring Android Studio
  • Chapter 4: Designing Layouts
  • Chapter 5: Real-World Layouts
  • Chapter 6: The Life and Times of an Android App
  • Chapter 7: Coding in Java Part 1 – Variables, Decisions, and Loops
  • Chapter 8: Coding in Java Part 2 – Methods
  • Chapter 9: Object-Oriented Programming
  • Chapter 10: Everything’s a Class
  • Chapter 11: Widget Mania
  • Chapter 12: Having a Dialogue with the User
  • Chapter 13: Handling and Displaying Arrays of Data
  • Chapter 14: Handling and Displaying Notes in Note To Self
  • Chapter 15: Android Intent and Persistence
  • Chapter 16: UI Animations
  • Chapter 17: Sound FX and Supporting Different Versions of Android
  • Chapter 18: Design Patterns, Fragments, and the Real World
  • Chapter 19: Using Multiple Fragments
  • Chapter 20: Paging and Swiping
  • Chapter 21: Navigation Drawer and Where It’s Snap
  • Chapter 22: Capturing Images
  • Chapter 23: Using SQLite Databases in Our Apps
  • Index

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