by Nicolas Gramlich
Publisher: anddev.org 2008
Number of pages: 62
This book on Android programming was written for developers who have worked with Java before and want to start developing for the Android Platform. The author made this as much 'hands on' as possible, placing example codes everywhere it fit.
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