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Book Description

This book teaches you how to turn your ideas into successful apps that everyone will talk about, love, and share. With Agile tools and techniques, any developer can get a chunk of the Android pie!

Most books about Android programming are written for novices and there are only a few books targeting intermediate to advanced Android programmers.

This book is targeted at experienced software developers who are familiar with at least one Object Oriented Programming (OOP) language, such as C++, C#, or Java. You should also have some basic understanding of source code control (preferably Git), shell scripting and Linux (if you know how to open a command shell, you will do great).

This book teaches you everything you need to know to develop top-quality apps and will take you to the next level with Android.

To get the most from this book, you should already have read one or more entry-level books about Android programming, and you should already have released one or more Android apps to Google Play.

Agile practices have made major inroads in Java development, however it's very unusual to see something as basic as unit testing on an Android project. Done correctly, Agile development results in a significant increase in development efficiency and a reduction in the number of defects. Google have finally moved away from JUnit 3 and the developer can now do the more commonly accepted JUnit 4 tests in Android Studio.

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