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Sinopsis: "Java Programming & Application Development for Google/Open Handset Alliance Mobile Phones & Internet Devices".
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Descripción CommonsWare, 2009. Softcover. Estado de conservación: gut. 2009. I was tasked, at short notice, to develop an Android application in a couple of weeks and pretty quickly turned to Amazon to see what books I had available to me to help after seeing the state of Google's existing documentation. And frankly I'm glad I did. This book is well layout, simple to understand and great for getting an existing Java developer up to speed with Android's unique application model - without spending hundreds of hours banging your head against the Google documentation. Not only that but I noticed a (pretty minor) error in my printing and got a 6 month subscription to the CommonsWare e-print site - which has given me at least 2 updated versions of the book so far! With code examples online and a writer who's clearly very involved with the Android community - I can't see a reason not to recommend this book to an developer with experience of Java. However, if you don't fall into that category - I would suggest getting some experience with Java first (there are plenty of books which can help there) - before getting hold of this book. If you're new to mobile development or new to cell phone development, The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development will get you started fast. It covers all of the basics, and gets you far enough to be able to be productive using Google's documentation. What more could you ask? Android, the next-generation open mobile platform from Google and the Open Handset Alliance, is poised to become a significant player in the mobile device market. The Android platform gives developers a fair bit of control while still supporting a familiar programming language. However, the frameworks, GUI widgets, and development model is different than any other mobile platform out there. That's where this book comes in. Spanning 466 pages, The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development covers a wide range of Android capabilities and APIs, from creating simple user interfaces, to supporting long-running background processes, through the advanced location tracking and mapping features. Along the way, it covers how to embed the WebKit Web browser in your application, how to have your application use data from other installed applications (and vice versa!) or off the Internet, and how to integrate with the built-in on-device search engine. It will help you more quickly climb the Android learning curve, so you can create the "killer app" you've dreamed ofor perhaps just a quick-and-dirty application for you and your friends. In englischer Sprache. 468 pages. 23,2 x 19 x 2,6 cm. Nº de ref. de la librería BN25216