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Professional Android 4 application development / Reto Meier.

By: Meier, Reto, 1978-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indainapolis, Ind. : Wiley, c2012; New Delhi Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. 2012Description: xlii, 817 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9788126536085; 9781118102275 (pbk.) :; 1118102274 (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Application software -- Development | Mobile computingDDC classification: 005.1 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
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Table of contents INTRODUCTION xxxvii CHAPTER 1 Hello, Android 1 CHAPTER 2 Getting Started 19 CHAPTER 3 Creating Applications and Activities 53 CHAPTER 4 Building User Interfaces 95 CHAPTER 5 Intents and Broadcast Receivers 165 CHAPTER 6 Using Internet Resources 201 CHAPTER 7 Files, Saving State, and Preferences 221 CHAPTER 8 Databases and Content Providers 251 CHAPTER 9 Working in the Background 331 CHAPTER 10 Expanding the User Experience 359 CHAPTER 11 Advanced User Experience 425 CHAPTER 12 Hardware Sensors 481 CHAPTER 13 Maps, Geocoding, and Location-Based Services 513 CHAPTER 14 Invading the Home Screen 565 CHAPTER 15 Audio, Video, and Using the Camera 621 CHAPTER 16 Bluetooth, NFC, Networks, and Wi-Fi 665 CHAPTER 17 Telephony and SMS 701 CHAPTER 18 Advanced Android Development 739 CHAPTER 19 Monetizing, Promoting, and Distributing Applications 771 INDEX 787
Summary: Summary: Developers, build mobile Android apps using Android 4 The fast-growing popularity of Android smartphones and tablets creates a huge opportunities for developers. If you're an experienced developer, you can start creating robust mobile Android apps right away with this professional guide to Android 4 application development.
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Table of contents INTRODUCTION xxxvii CHAPTER 1 Hello, Android 1 CHAPTER 2 Getting Started 19 CHAPTER 3 Creating Applications and Activities 53 CHAPTER 4 Building User Interfaces 95 CHAPTER 5 Intents and Broadcast Receivers 165 CHAPTER 6 Using Internet Resources 201 CHAPTER 7 Files, Saving State, and Preferences 221 CHAPTER 8 Databases and Content Providers 251 CHAPTER 9 Working in the Background 331 CHAPTER 10 Expanding the User Experience 359 CHAPTER 11 Advanced User Experience 425 CHAPTER 12 Hardware Sensors 481 CHAPTER 13 Maps, Geocoding, and Location-Based Services 513 CHAPTER 14 Invading the Home Screen 565 CHAPTER 15 Audio, Video, and Using the Camera 621 CHAPTER 16 Bluetooth, NFC, Networks, and Wi-Fi 665 CHAPTER 17 Telephony and SMS 701 CHAPTER 18 Advanced Android Development 739 CHAPTER 19 Monetizing, Promoting, and Distributing Applications 771 INDEX 787

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Developers, build mobile Android apps using Android 4 The fast-growing popularity of Android smartphones and tablets creates a huge opportunities for developers. If you're an experienced developer, you can start creating robust mobile Android apps right away with this professional guide to Android 4 application development.

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