Zondag 18 Augustus 2013 Categorie: Programming
Auteur(s): Mark L. Murphy
Download (PDF): Android Development (12 MB)
Android is everywhere. Phones. Tablets. TVs and set-top boxes powered by Google TV. Soon, Android will be in cars and all sort of other places as well. Android is truly a platform, encompassing hundreds of classes beyond the traditional Java classes and open source components that ship with the SDK. Some Android books race through the material, trying to cover as much ground as possible in as few pages as possible. Android Programming, Taught Gently.
Auteur(s): Nicolas Gramlich
Download (PDF): andbook! (2 MB)
This free eBook was written for developers who have worked with Java™ before and want to start developing for the Android Platform. The idea of the Android Platform was and still is amazing and is of course attracting more and more programmers every day.
|Make Your Own Android App
Auteur(s): James Sherar
Download (PDF): Make Your Own Android App (11 MB)
Download (ePub): Make Your Own Android App (11 MB)
Make your own Android App. MIT’s App Inventor is the easiest way to learn how to make an Android app. From author James Sherar, “Make Your Own Android App: Your Unofficial Intro To MIT App Inventor” goes over the basics of making your very own app for Android using the educational App Inventor tool. Take the first step toward learning to make apps instead of just using them. App Inventor makes mobile app development highly visual, and highly intuitive. It is an easy and fun way for the uninitiated to learn about computer programming, and is at the same time a productive tool for advanced programmers alike. This free eBook aims to show anyone the basics of using App Inventor in the hopes that more people will create instead of just consuming.