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Android 5 Programming by Example by Kyle Mew

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Chapter 10. Publishing and Marketing

Having covered all the topics in this book, and if you have not already done so, you are now in a position to create, develop, and market an app of your own design. There is of course much more to learn about Android 5, and Android in general, but exploring the SDK further is quite simple, now we understand how some of the most frequently used structures and objects are applied. Once we understand how a listener interface is implemented, then it is simply a matter of looking up in the documentation when we want to imply a new one.

The entire purpose of developing an app for Android is to distribute it. Although there are many ways to make our work available to others, the obvious choice is via the Android Play ...

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