Processing ......
FreeComputerBooks.com
Links to Free Computer, Mathematics, Technical Books all over the World
 
The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development
🌠 Top Free Unix/Linux Books - 100% Free or Open Source!
  • Title The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development
  • Author(s) Mark L. Murphy
  • Publisher: CommonsWare, LLC (July 20, 2011); eBook (Final Version, 2019)
  • License(s): Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0
  • Paperback: 630 pages
  • eBook PDF (4298 pages), ePub, Kindle, etc.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098167805X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0981678054; 978-0-9816780-0-9 (eBook)
  • Share This:  

Book Description

This book tries to cover as much material as possible, but aimed more for people new to mobile development. The book includes dozens of sample projects, ready to run with your copy of the SDK - not just one huge project where you have difficulty finding the specific examples of the technique you are looking for.

It even has integrated with a step-by-step tutorials, interspersed through the initial core chapters, to have you "learn by doing". You will implement a digital book reader app - a simplified version of the one that powers the Android app (APK) edition of this book.

About the Authors
  • Mark Murphy is the founder of CommonsWare and the author of the Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development and other books on Android application development. He is active in supporting the Android developer community, from answering questions on StackOverflow to publishing sample code and reusable components as open source. A polished speaker, Mr. Murphy has delivered conference presentations and training sessions on a wide array of topics internationally.
Reviews, Ratings, and Recommendations: Related Book Categories: Read and Download Links: Similar Books:
  • Jetpack Compose Essentials (Neil Smyth)

    The goal of this book is to teach you the skills necessary to build Android applications using Jetpack Compose, Android Studio, and the Kotlin programming language. Along the way, the topics covered in the book are put into practice through detailed tutorials

  • Exploring Android (Mark L. Murphy)

    This book has you build an app from the beginning. Whereas traditional programming guides are focused on breadth and depth, this book is focused on "hands-on" - provides step-by-step instructions for building the app.

  • 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.

  • Elements of Android Jetpack (Mark L. Murphy)

    This book introduces developers to Android app development, focusing on Jetpack. Here you will learn how to set up an Android app for Java or Kotlin, create a user interface, and more! In particular, it covers Android through Android 12 and Android Studio Arctic Fox.

  • CodePath Android Cliffnotes

    We have Android guides for everyone whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert. We don't waste time with the "theoretical approach" you might get from a book. We cover exactly the things we use every day as we are developing apps for contracts.

  • Kotlin/Android Studio 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 Software Development Kit (SDK) and the Kotlin programming language.

  • Reactive Programming on Android with RxJava (C. Arriola, et al)

    This book is a guide for experienced Android developers looking to learn about reactive programming using RxJava, the Java implementation of ReactiveX. It is written in a clear and concise way with many Android-specific examples.

  • 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.

  • Android UI Design (Francesco Azzola)

    In this book, you will get a look at the fundamentals of Android UI design. You will understand user input, views and layouts, as well as adapters and fragments. you will learn how to add multimedia to an app and also leverage themes and styles.

  • Touch Screen Theory: Digital Devices and Feelings (Michele White)

    This book focuses on the relation between physically touching and emotionally feeling to recenter the bodies and identities that are empowered, produced, and displaced by these digital technologies and settings.

  • Firebase Essentials (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.

  • 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.

  • Elements of Android Room (Mark L. Murphy)

    Room is Google's object wrapper around SQLite databases, for a better API with reactive options, and is part of Google's recommended stack for Android app development. This book will show you how to use Room, from basics to advanced techniques.

  • Elements of Android Q (Mark L. Murphy)

    This book profiles those changes and helps point out what you need to do to adjust your app to cope with those changes. So, if you are worried about the death of external storage and other things, this book is for you!

Book Categories
:
Other Categories
Resources and Links