Android 2. Programming applications for tablets

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This book is the best guide for programmers who want to learn how to create applications for the mobile platform Android. It is a practical course on writing software based on the second version of the Android SDK (set of tools for software development). This means that all the theoretical information secured as close to the real problems of the examples. The presentation material assumes that the reader has the basics of programming and a basic level of language Java (second is desirable, but not required).
The information which it contains will be useful for both experienced developers (they can use it as a reference, skipping the first elementary chapter), and for those who make their first steps in writing mobile applications for Android.

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This book:
Describes the development of Android as a platform and shows how to create mobile applications on it as efficiently as possible
At the professional level, considering the components ready for Android apps
Pay more attention to patterns and other technologies needed to create a fully functional independent of the screen resolution user interfaces
It explains how to compile and store data
Teaches techniques to create applications using the card, and use the navigation services such as GPS
It explains how to create background services, reminders and messages
It demonstrates the creation of interactive applications
It gives an overview of the API to work with the phone network and Bluetooth
It describes how to use hardware


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