Best Android Apps: The Guide for Discriminating Downloaders
by Mike Hendrickson and Brian Sawyer. Sách lập trình tiếng anh mời các bạn tham khảo. First and foremost, I need to acknowledge my wife for more reasons than I can count. Without
her assistance, I never would have written this book, or if I had, I’d likely have given up upon
first receiving constructive criticism.
I’d like to thank my acquisitions editor, Laura Norman, and development editor,Todd Brakke,
whose constructive criticism I’ve been largely protected from by my wife.
Over the past year we have witnessed something remarkable as Android developers have created and posted apps to the Android Market at a steady pace. The Android Market has swelled to over 70,000 apps and shows steady signs of continued growth. The gold rush to sell Android apps is on, and you’ve created (or want to create) the next blockbuster Android app.
Eclipse is the most adopted integrated development environment (IDE) for Java programmers. And, now, Eclipse seems to be the preferred IDE for Android apps developers.
Android Apps with Eclipse provides a detailed overview of Eclipse, including steps and the screenshots to help Android developers to quickly get up to speed on Eclipse and to streamline their day-to-day software development. This book includes the following:
This book cuts through the fog of jargon and mystery that surrounds Android apps development, and gives you simple, step-by-step instructions to get you started.
Teaches Android application development in language anyone can understand, giving you the best possible start in Android development
Provides simple, step-by-step examples that make learning easy, allowing you to pick up the concepts without fuss
Offers clear code descriptions and layout so that you can get your apps running as soon as possible...
Android Apps Security provides guiding principles for how to best design and develop Android apps with security in mind. It explores concepts that can be used to secure apps and how developers can use and incorporate these security features into their apps.
This book will provide developers with the information they need to design useful, high-performing, and secure apps that expose end-users to as little risk as possible.
There are huge profits to be made in selling Android apps! But with more than 70,000 apps now available, posting your app to the Android Market is no longer enough. You need to market your app effectively. Don’t know much about marketing? Don’t worry: This book gives you all the step-by-step help you’ll need. Top app marketing consultant Jeffrey Hughes walks you through building a winning marketing plan, crafting highly competitive apps, choosing your message, building buzz, and connecting with people who’ll actually buy your app.
B5: Time to coding. Tới thư mục src/Example.java và thay đổi nội dung file như sau: Mã: package at.exam; import java.util.ArrayList; import import import import import import import import import import android.app.Activity; android.app.AlertDialog; android.content.
B9: Việc cuối cùng cần làm là viết lại Activity. Tới Example.java và chỉnh sửa theo nội dung sau: Mã: package at.exam; import java.util.ArrayList; import import import import import import import import import import import import android.app.Activity; android.app.AlertDialog; android.content.
Even with limited programming experience, you can easily learn to create apps for the Android platform with this complete guide to App Inventor for Android. App Inventor for Android is a visual language that relies on simple programming blocks that users can drag and drop to create apps. This handy book gives you a series of fully worked-out apps, complete with their programming blocks, which you can customize for your own use or use as a starting point for creating the next killer app. And it's all without writing a single line of code. Don't miss the book's special section...
Android development is hot, and many programmers are interested in joining the fun. However, because this technology is based on Java, you should first obtain a solid grasp of the Java language and its foundational APIs to improve your chances of succeeding as an Android app developer. After all, you will be busy learning the architecture of an Android app, the various Android-specific APIs, and Android-specific tools. If you do not already know Java fundamentals, you will probably end up with a massive headache from also having to quickly cram those fundamentals into your knowledge base. ...
Our publishing buddies over at Wiley just released a new book that should interest those looking to enter the Android application game. The book is called “App Inventor for Android: Build Your Own Apps – No Experience Required!” and is a complete guide on how to get up and running and pumping out apps with Google’s App Inventor in no time. The book takes you through the simple setup process and then proceeds to teach you how create 8 different apps including one for Twitter.
Android Wireless Application Development has earned a reputation as the most useful real-world guide to building robust, commercial-grade Android apps. Now, authors Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder have systematically revised and updated this guide for the latest Android SDK 4.0.
Android Wireless Application Development has earned a reputation as the most useful real-world guide to building robust, commercial-grade Android apps. Now, authors Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder have systematically revised and updated this guide for the latest Android SDK and tools updates. To accommodate their extensive new coverage, they’ve split the book into two leaner, cleaner volumes. This Volume II focuses on advanced techniques for the entire app development cycle, including design, coding, testing, debugging, and distribution...
Pro Android Python with SL4A is for programmers and hobbyists who want to write apps for Android devices without having to learn Java first. Paul Ferrill leads you from installing the Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A) to writing small scripts, to more complicated and interesting projects, and finally to uploading and packaging your programs to an Android device.
Android continues to be one of the leading mobile OS and development platforms driving today’s mobile innovations and the apps ecosystem. Android appears complex, but offers a variety of organized development kits to those coming into Android with differing programming language skill sets. Android Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach, Second Edition offers more than 100 down-to-earth code recipes, and guides you step-by-step through a wide range of useful topics using complete and real-world working code examples.
Over the last two years, Google’s Android operating system (OS) has gone from a virtually
unknown open source solution to the current mobile OS market leader among all mobile
handsets, with over one-third of the market share, and it’s still climbing rapidly. Android has even
started to dominate the tablet OS marketplace, and is also the foundation for the popular iTV OS
known as GoogleTV. There seems to be no end in sight for Android’s rocketing success, which is
great news for owners of this book....
To begin, in this chapter I introduce you to the problem with decompilers and
why virtual machines and the Android platform in particular are at such risk. You
learn about the history of decompilers; it may surprise you that they’ve been
around almost as long as computers. And because this can be such an emotive
topic, I take some time to discuss the legal and moral issues behind
decompilation. Finally, you’re introduced to some of options open to you if you
want to protect your code.
The possibility to connect to remote web services is a key feature for most Android apps. REST (Representational State Transfer) is the most popular architecture to provide web services to mobile devices and others. OAuth has recently become the web’s favorite way to authenticate and authorize users and apps, thanks to its capability to re-use popular web platforms accounts (Google, Facebook, Twitter). Spring for Android is an extension of the Spring Framework that aims to simplify the development of native Android applications....