[ebook + text book] Beginning Android
16/01/2012
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Author and columnist Android, writers, developers, and public advocate Mark L. Murphy shows what you need to know to launch Android application GUI programming ranging from craft to use GPS?, Access the web services, and more! The development of the Android platform, created by Google and Open Handset Alliance, is a platform in the truest sense, includes hundreds of classes outside the traditional classroom and Java open source components that ship with the SDK. Experienced writer and community advocate Mark Murphy shows you how to develop Android applications simply and carefully. This book includes dozens of sample projects, ready to run with a copy of the SDK? not just one big project where you are having trouble finding specific examples of techniques that you seek. You can even get this program online at Apress.com sample. What you'll learn Discover what Android and how to use Android to build Java-based mobile applications for Google's G1 phone and the phone works more as they hit the market with the Android SDK 1.x Create a new user interface widgets to use both the Android framework and built-in web Use the browser's WebKit-powered component scripting with BeanShell Working with inflation menus, fonts, SDK tools, the rotation of events, and working more with TabActivity, MyLocationOverlay, DDMS, and more Utilizing unique capabilities of the Android machine including maps, Internet access, integrated search, media playback , and more use and make a similar sample of Android applications for service, content providers, mapping, and location-based services / events Who is this book? This book is intended for people new to mobile development, perhaps even to Java itself. About the Apress Beginning Series Early series from Apress is the right choice to get the information you need to land that crucial entry? Job level Link download