Android Application Development for the Intel Platform
by Ryan Cohen, Tao Wang
Publisher: Apress 2014
Number of pages: 508
The increase in Android devices featuring Intel processors has created a demand for Android applications optimized for Intel Architecture: Android Application Development for the Intel Platform is the perfect introduction for software engineers and mobile app developers. Through well-designed app samples, code samples and case studies, the book teaches Android application development based on the Intel platform -- including for smartphones, tablets, and embedded devices -- covering performance tuning, debugging and optimization.
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