Android Programming For Beginners

Introduction about Android

Android is an operating system for mobile phones based on Linux. Android provides an open platform to developers for creating their own applications for use by a variety of mobile devices. Initially, Google Inc.. bought Android Inc.., newcomers who make software for mobile phones. Then to develop Android, formed the Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of 34 companies for hardware, software, and telecommunications, including Google, HTC, Intel, Motorola, Qualcomm, T-Mobile, and Nvidia.

At the inaugural release of Android, 5 November 2007, with the Open Handset Alliance Android states support the development of open standards on mobile devices. On the other hand, Google released the Android code under the Apache license, a license software and open standard mobile device.

In this world there are two types of distributors operating system Android. The first fully supported by Google or Google Mail Services (GMS) and the second is completely free distribution without direct support Google’s otherwise known as the Open Handset Distribution (OHD).

How to Programming Android for Beginner

Android – A beginner’s guide

Android Programming for Beginners

Android Tutorials and Android Development Course for Beginners

How to Build an Android

 

Android Programming for Beginners (Video – Youtube) :

Android Development For Absolute Beginners

Android Programming for Beginners

Learn Android Tutorial 1.1- Installing Eclipse ADT and android SDK

Learn Android Tutorial 1.2- Setting up a Project and Explaining how to import an Image

Learn Android Tutorial 1.3- Intro to XML and Custom Layouts

Learn Android Tutorial 1.4- XML programming & background image

Learn Android Tutorial 1.5- XML made Simple & Java Intro

Learn Android Tutorial 1.6- Introduction to Java & Raw folder

Learn Android Tutorial 1.7- Setting up our Splash Activity

Learn Android Tutorial 1.8- Intro to Threads (finish splash Activity)

Learn Android Tutorial 1.9- Adding Sound with MediaPlayer

Learn Android Tutorial 1.10- Introduction to the Button

Learn Android Tutorial 1.11- Button & Sound Review (final)

Learn Android Tutorial 1.12- Setup a More Advanced XML

Learn Android Tutorial 1.13- Finish new XML and Learn about Weight

Learn Android Tutorial 1.14- using the getText() and setText() methods

Learn Android Tutorial 1.15- Finish programming our RadioGroup for Style/Gravity

Learn Android Tutorial 1.16- Hardware Menu Button & Menu inflater items

Learn Android Tutorial 1.17- Toast to Built-in Themes

Learn Android Tutorial 1.18- Creating a ScrollView

Learn Android Tutorial 1.19- String Array and ListView

Learn Android Tutorial 1.20- Using ListView to open Activities

Learn Android Tutorial 1.21- Setting up XML for Wallpaper App

Learn Android Tutorial 1.22- Using an ImageView as a Button

Learn Android Tutorial 1.23- Set Wallpaper w Bitmap

Learn Android Tutorial 1.24- Setting Fullscreen and Fixed Screen

Learn Android Tutorial 1.25- Custom View and Constructors

Learn Android Tutorial 1.26- Drawing Rectangles on a Canvas

Learn Android Tutorial 1.27- Animating a Bitmap

Learn Android Tutorial 1.28- Introduction to the SurfaceView

Learn Android Tutorial 1.29- Setting up a SurfaceView Thread

Learn Android Tutorial 1.30- Canvas Lock, Draw, and Post

Learn Android Tutorial 1.31- Drawing Bitmaps on a SurfaceView Canvas

Learn Android Tutorial 1.32- Android’s OnTouchListener and MotionEvent

Learn Android Tutorial 1.33- Review of SurfaceView and Thread setup

Learn Android Tutorial 1.34- Sprites, sprite sheet, & animation on Android

Learn Android Tutorial 1.35- Drawing the Spritesheet to Canvas

Learn Android Tutorial 1.36- Creating a sprite update method for animation

Learn Android Tutorial 1.37- Changing Sprite’s Direction (row)

Learn Android Tutorial 1.38- Finalizing our sprite sheet animation (modulus)

Learn Android 1.39- VideoView for videos in Android

Learn Android 1.40- MediaControllers controls MediaPlayers

 

Android Programming for Beginners (Pdf):

A Quick Intro to Coding Applications for Android

Android Programming

A Hands-On Guide to Building Your First Android Application

 

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