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  • Android Studio Development Essentials - Java Edition (Neil Smyth)

    This book covers the Android Architecture Components including view models, lifecycle management, Room databases, app navigation, live data and data binding. More advanced topics such as intents are also covered.

  • O'Reilly® RxJava for Android App Development (K. Matt Dupree)

    This book introduces you to RxJava basics and then uses a real-world scenario to demonstrate how this library makes quick work of tasks that can often become messy and inflexible.

  • Android Developer Fundamentals Course: Practical Workbook

    It prepares you to take the exam for the Associate Android Developer Certification. You learn basic Android programming concepts and build a variety of apps, starting with Hello World and working your way up to apps that use content providers and loaders.

  • GUI Design for Android Apps (Ryan Cohen, et al)

    This book is the perfect - and concise - introduction for mobile app developers and designers. Through easy-to-follow tutorials, code samples, and case studies, the book shows the must-know principles for user-interface design for Android apps.

  • Kotlin/Android Studio 3.0 Development Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    the goal of this book is to teach the skills necessary to develop Android based applications using the Android Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE), the Android 8 Software Development Kit (SDK) and the Kotlin programming language.

  • Firebase Essentials - Android Edition (Neil Smyth)

    This book provides everything you need to successfully integrate Firebase cloud features into your Android apps. The book is organized into chapter groups that focus on specific Firebase features, with each topic area consisting of a detailed overview followed by tutorial style examples that put theory into practice.

  • Android Development Tutorials (Vogella, et al)

    They give you hands-on instruction in how to build sophisticated Android applications, using many of the technologies outlined in other Android books. It makes an excellent companion to more traditional Android books that merely tell you what is possible.

  • The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development (Mark Murphy)

    It tries to cover as much material as possible, but aimed more for people new to mobile development. It includes dozens of sample projects - not just one huge project where you have difficulty finding the specific examples of the technique you are looking for.

  • Android Programming Tutorials (Mark L. Murphy)

    This book shows you what you can do with Android, through a series of 40 individual exercises. It gives you hands-on instruction in how to build sophisticated Android applications, using many of the technologies outlined in other Android books.

  • Android™ Notes for Professionals

    This book helps you learn to master the design, lifecycle, and UI of an Android app through practical exercises, which you can then use as a basis for developing your own Android apps.

  • Agile Android Software Development (Etienne Savard)

    This book teaches you how to turn your ideas into successful apps that everyone will talk about, love, and share. It is targeted at experienced software developers, and will take you to the next level with Android.

  • Android Studio Development Essentials - Android 6 Edition

    Fully updated for Android 6, the goal of this book is to teach the skills necessary to develop Android based applications using the Android Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and the Android 6 Software Development Kit (SDK).

  • Android Programming Succinctly (Ryan Hodson)

    This book provides a useful overview of the Android application lifecycle. Topics ranging from creating a UI to adding widgets and embedding fragments are covered, and it also provides plenty of links to Android documentation along the way.

  • Android Application Development for the Intel® Platform

    Through well-designed app samples, code samples and case studies, the book teaches Android application development based on the Intel platform - including for smartphones, tablets, and embedded devices - tuning, debugging and optimization.

  • Android on x86: Optimizing for Intel Architecture

    This book is a one-stop reference guide to mindful programming and the unique challenges and opportunities that arise from x86 architectures. It compiles the best practices and procedures associated with application development.

  • Android Programming Cookbook: Kick-start your Android Projects

    This book provides a compilation of Android programming examples that will help you kick-start your own web projects. It covers a wide range of topics, from Services and Views, to Google Maps and Bluetooth functionality. With its straightforward tutorials, you will be able to get your own projects up and running in minimum time.

  • Android Studio Development Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    This book teaches the skills necessary to develop Android applications using Android Studio and the Android Software Development Kit (SDK). It aslo covers features introduced with Android 4.4, like printing, transitions and cloud-based file storage.

  • Kindle Fire Development Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    This book will cover the development of applications for the Kindle Fire. Beginning with the basics, this book provides an outline of the steps necessary to set up an Android development environment.

  • Android 4.4 App Development Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    The goal of this book is to teach the skills necessary to develop Android based applications using the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and the Android 4.4 Software Development Kit (SDK).

  • O'Reilly® Android Cookbook (Ian F. Darwin)

    You'll find hundreds of tested recipes that you can put to use immediately. It is ideal for developers experienced with Android and other mobile platforms, as well Java programmers ready to use their skills in mobile app development.

  • Creating Mobile Apps with Xamarin.Forms (Charles Petzold)

    This ebook is for C# programmers who want to write applications for the three most popular mobile platforms - iOS, Android, and Windows Phone - with a single code base, using Xamarin.Forms: write shared user-interface code in C# and XAML.

  • Xamarin.Forms Succinctly (Derek Jensen)

    You will learn how to use Xamarin.Forms to build a common code base that can be deployed to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices, coming as close as possible as to the mythical "write once, run everywhere".

  • The Complete Android Guide (Kevin Purdy)

    This straightforward guide walks you through the steps for creating amazing Android applications.

  • andbook! - Android Programming (Nicolas Gramlich)

    This book on Android programming was written for developers who have worked with Java before and want to start developing for the Android Platform.

  • The Android Game Developer's Handbook (Avisekhar Roy)

    This book is ideal for any game developer, with prior knowledge of developing games in Android. A good understanding of game development and a basic knowledge on Android platform application development and JAVA/C++ will be appreciated.

  • Android NDK: Beginner's Guide (Sylvain Ratabouil)

    This book will show you how to create C/C++-enabled mobile applications and integrate them with Java. The books starts with teaching you how to access native API and port libraries used in some of the most successful Android applications.

  • Android NDK Game Development Cookbook (Sylvain Ratabouil)

    It takes you through a number of easy-to-follow recipes that will help you to take advantage of the Android NDK as well as some popular C++ libraries. It presents Android development in C++ and shows you how to create a complete gaming apps.

  • Learning Java by Building Android Games - Mobile Game Develop

    This book gives you the skills you need to learn the ins and outs of Java by developing your own Android games! From setting up your own developer environment to learning the ins and outs of the language you'll discover everything that Java can offer.

  • Android Security Cookbook (Keith Makan, et al)

    Practical recipes to delve into Android's security mechanisms by troubleshooting common vulnerabilities in applications and Android OS versions. It breaks down and enumerates the processes used to exploit and remediate these vulnerabilities in form of recipes.

  • Android 5 Programming by Example (Kyle Mew)

    Beginning with detailed instructions on how to install and configure the Android SDK, Studio, and Virtual Device Manager, More advanced topics such as database management, content providers and intents are also covered, as are touch screen handling, gesture recognition, camera access and the playback and recording of both video and audio.

  • Android Application Development Cookbook: 100 Recipes

    Covering the scope of multiple Android releases up through Android 4.x with 100 unique recipes that you can apply today in order to discover solutions to some of the most commonly encountered problems.

  • Building Android Apps with HTML, CSS & JavaScript, 2nd Edition

    This hands-on book shows you how to use these open source web standards to design and build apps that can be adapted for any Android device - without using Java.

  • O'Reilly® Learning Android (Marko Gargenta)

    If you're new to the Android mobile operating system, Learning Android is the perfect way to master the fundamentals.

  • O'Reilly® Programming Android (Zigurd Mednieks, et al)

    This authoritative guide shows experienced application developers what they need to program for the Android operating system

  • O'Reilly® Building Android Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

    If you know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, you already have the tools you need to develop Android applications.

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