Hello, Android. Introducing Google’s. Mobile Development Platform, 3rd Edition. Ed Burnette. The Pragmatic Bookshelf. Raleigh, North Carolina Dallas, Texas. Hello, Android, 3rd Edition. Introducing Google’s Mobile Development Platform. By Ed Burnette. Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf. Release Date: July 20 Mar Hello, Android Introducing Google’s Mobile Development Platform, 3rd Edition Ed Burnette The Pragmatic Bookshelf Raleigh, North Carolina.

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This is a good book for beginners to the Android platform. This book is the perfect launch-pad anroid any passionate Android beginner. Jun 13, Mark Bates rated it liked it.

Paperbackpages. Buku yang bagus, kita dibawa belajar sambil seperti membaca cerita, tidak seperti buku teknik yang lain, contoh-contohnya juga berguna. Published January 4th by Pragmatic Bookshelf first published October 15th Some samples were almost too superficial in their illustration of the code — but, mostly he gives enough to get you going and, you can’t include every sample of the book would be 10, pages long.

Free Shipping on all orders of Rs. I thought some of the suggested changes would have been worthwhile as pursuits, but in the manner presented, the book became simply a suggestion launch site, and not a ‘how to based tutorial’. Hello, Android has been updated to Android 2. Shiela Aglangao rated it it was amazing Feb 19, It includes the beginnings of a Sudoku program but unfortunatley does not include the code to complete the program, i.


Ed Burnette has been an editor at eclipse. This platform was designed on the Linux Kernel, primarily developed by Android Inc and later by Google.

He is also the author of Google Web Toolkit: Books by Ed Burnette.

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Hello, Android (3rd edition): Introducing Google’s Mobile Development Platform

Aug 21, Scott rated it liked it. I didn’t finish this book. Every page and example was reviewed and updated for compatibility with the latest versions.

While this makes the platform accessible to all developers, it still is a complicated set of technologies, and requires time to master. Safe and Secure Payments. I would say this book is now fairly dated with 4.

Hello, Android, 3rd Edition

hsllo As a IT professional working on Android, I would recommend that you begin by reading this book upto User Interface design, then read “Beginning Android 4 Application Development – Wei-meng Lee” and use Google effectively and you will find Android a piece-of-cake. It is best to get book that cater to that. Sumit Chowdhury Certified Buyer 3 Feb, The book shows how to integrate support for burneyte and video. Jan 25, Joe White rated it it was ok Shelves: Ed Burnette is a software industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience as a programmer, author, and speaker.


Apr 13, Adey added it. This same module is used in the next 3 or 4 chapters, so it is worthwhile fixing in order to work with the code samples. About this Title Pages: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Although I was able to work out the code the implied knowledge is insufficient, I like to know precisely how things work and rather than this book adnroid the answers it either implies the answers or must be supplemented by other more in-depth material, most notably in my case I supplemented it with the Android developer website.

Using the example of a Sudoku Game, the author gradually introduces the various programming features, and the many tools available on the platform.

Hello, Android: Introducing Google’s Mobile Development Platform by Ed Burnette

Paperback No of Pages: Really helped get started, with practical examples. The language is clear and instructions are easy to follow. Oct 06, Burak Butnette rated it liked it Shelves: Jul 23, Sumit Bajaj rated it liked it.