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Praise for Introduction to Android (TM) Application Development, Fifth Edition "Introduction to Android Application Development is a great resource for developers who want to understand Android app development but who have little or no experience with mobile software. This fifth edition has a bunch of great changes, from using Android Studio to understanding and implementing navigation patterns, and each chapter has quiz questions to help make sure you're picking up the vital info that fills this book." -Ian G. Clifton, author of Android User Interface Design "Revamped, revitalized, and refreshed! Introduction to Android Application Development, Fifth Edition, is a wonderful upgrade to an already impressive compendium. Common pitfalls are explained, new features are covered in depth, and the knowledge that the book is geared to cover everything from introduction of a concept to learning how to implement it into your app makes this a great choice for new developers who are ready to make the jump into Android development. Being already accustomed to the professional work and experience that Annuzzi et al., bring to the table, you will be grateful to have expert insight along with the care and instruction that developers of all skill levels can benefit from." -Phil Dutson, solution architect, ICON Health & Fitness "Best technical summary of Material Design implementation I've seen outside the Android sample docs." -Ray Rischpater, software development manager, Uber "Introduction to Android Application Development is well written and fulfills the requirements of developers, project managers, educators, and entrepreneurs in developing fully featured Android applications. In addition, it emphasizes quality assurance for mobile applications, teaches you how to design and plan your Android application, and teaches the software development process through a step-by-step, easy-to-understand approach. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to not just focus on developing apps, but also to apply tips and tricks and other tools for project management in their development of successful applications." -Bintu Harwani, founder of MCE (Microchip Computer Education)Reseña del editor:
What Every Android App Developer Should Know Today: Android 6 Tools, App/UI Design, Testing, Publishing, and More Introduction to Android (TM) Application Development, Fifth Edition, is the most useful real-world guide to building robust, commercial-grade Android apps with the new Android 6 SDK, Android Studio, and latest development best practices. Bigger, better, and more comprehensive than ever, this book covers everything you need to start developing professional apps for modern Android devices. If you're serious about Android development, this guide will prepare you to build virtually any app you can imagine! Three well-respected experts guide you through setting up your development environment, designing user interfaces, developing for diverse devices, and optimizing your entire app-development process. Up-to-date code listings support in-depth explanations of key API features, and many chapters contain multiple sample apps. This fifth edition adds brand-new chapters on material design, styling applications, design patterns, and querying with SQLite. You'll find a treasure trove of Android Studio tips, plus a brand-new appendix on the Gradle build system. This edition also offers Updated coverage of the latest Android 5.1 and 6 APIs, tools, utilities, and best practices New coverage of the Android 6.0 permission model Powerful techniques for integrating material design into your apps An all-new chapter on using styles and reusing common UI components Extensive new coverage of app design, architecture, and backward compatibility A full chapter on using SQLite with persistent database-backed app data Revised quiz questions and exercises to test your knowledge Download this book's source code at informit.com/title/9780134389455 or introductiontoandroid.blogspot.com.
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