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Android Apps with Eclipse 1st ed. Edition
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Bottom-line: If you are looking for a cross section of the different technologies you can use with Eclipse to develop for Android, this is your book. However, if you are looking to have a solid introduction to developing Android Apps with Java, I suggest you look for other titles!
Unfortunately, the book takes 150 pages of its 332 page length to get started on a project. Its a pretty good project since it involves playing movies and we all like the slick effect of running media. But, it's about the only project in the whole book. However, there is a very bright side to this singular project. I found that chapters 7 and 8 were devoted to applying the Android NDK to the movie player. This is a valuable and fairly detailed exploration of applying professional coding to Eclipse projects.Read more ›
Nevertheless, if you desire an in-depth exploration of the potentials within the Eclipse environment, I would highly recommend this book.
Topics are short, precise and to the point. The book is about what you buy it for, Getting you started with Android development using Eclipse (period).
This book is a not an android reference, but a must have Android starter guide. A good book to begin with.
A helpfull guide on Eclipse instalation and IDE configuration for Andrioid SDK.
A pleasant and very good reading.
Now I'm looking for anothers book from Onur Cinar!.
It covers in depth concepts and provides a good starting point for Android developers.
Every Android developer must read this book.
A definite must have!
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Helpful. I would have liked to have seen more code examples and projects to do.Published 17 months ago by Capt Coaldale
It seems a great book to own. I wish it had more graphics however. Graphics or screenshots will improve the understanding greatly.Published on March 27, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I expected more details about the real life application of apps of at least 30 to 60 for android apps that can be apply directly into the market. Read morePublished on February 2, 2014 by Michael Mah Keow Yang
I really like it, I hope I going to see another one.
So I will make sure if I find something like that.