Working through this tutorial with step-by-step guidance, you’ll learn how to create an Android application from scratch. You’ll cover all the basic skills that are needed to develop any Android application. You’ll also learn how to display images in a grid, text in a scrollable list, how to create a menu and navigate between screens. In detail, you’ll learn:
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There are a number of options for saving data in Android applications. This tutorial bundle covers them all. From shared preferences to a SQLite database and Network storage.
The tutorials have line-by-line commentary and cover each of the main data storage topics in detail. These are:
Mastering these tutorials will give you the confidence to use any of these options to store data in your application.
This ebook assumes that you have at least completed the “Hello World” tutorial that can be found on the official Android website. The tutorials were created using Eclipse (Helios) and targets Android 2.2 API level 8.
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All the tutorial files are available for download at www.101apps.co.za.
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Application resources include images, text and music files. It is a good idea to store these in separate folders which makes it easier to maintain the code and to adapt your application for different languages and devices. You simply supply alternative resources for the different languages and devices and the system takes care of the rest.
Android for beginners Tutorials. Application Resources bundle describes the different types of resources that you can use and shows you where to put them. It also shows you how to use alternative resources so that your application can seamlessly work on different devices such as phones and tablets and also with different languages.
Android for beginners Tutorials. Application Resources bundle includes 19 detailed tutorials, with line-by-line commentary, putting the theory into practice.
The tutorials include:
Once you have mastered these tutorials, you will feel comfortable creating great apps that will work on any device in any language.
This eBook assumes that you have at least completed the “Hello world” tutorial which can be found on the official Android website. All the tutorials have been written with Eclipse (Helios) as the development environment. Naturally you can use any other development environment.
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You can download the project files from the download page.