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Beginning Android Web Apps Development: Develop for Android using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript by Grant Allen, Rocco Augusto, Jon Westfall

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Chapter 13

Packaging YourApplications

So it has at last come to this: the final chapter. Throughout this book we have reminisced about the days of old (also known as the 1990s), and we have learned about the magical wonders of CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript. We have played around with audio and video. We have learned the joys of using JavaScript frameworks to increase our productivity and provide our users with stunninglyeasy–to–create page layouts. We have even created a slew of beginner applications, one of which ended up turning you into an International Man of Mystery, to get you started on your future path of stardom. Hopefully, after going through this book, we have even managed to hammer home the importance of optimizing your code and approaching ...

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