This for all those budding developers of android who are willing to develop for android but are unable to find the resources to do so. This tutorial is made my me and how i understood the whole deal. There will me many parts of this. I will keep u...
All you need to start writing your own Android applications is a copy of the Android SDK and the Java development kit. Unless you’re a masochist, you’ll probably want a Java IDE — Eclipse is particularly well supported — to make...
Creating Applications and Activities
Before you start writing Android applications, it’s important to understand how they’re constructed and have an understanding of the Android application life cycle. In this chapter, you’ll be int...
As well as the resources you create, Android supplies several system resources that you can use in your applications. The resources can be used directly from your application code and can also be referenced from within other re...
Android Techniques for Saving Data
The data persistence techniques in Android provide options for balancing speed, efficiency, and robustness:
❑ Shared Preferences When storing the UI state, user preferences, or application settings,...