Press Release: May 12, 2011
Meet Android Open: O'Reilly Begins Early Registration and Call for Proposals
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New Android Titles to Review from O'Reilly
Create Your Own Android Apps
by David Wolber, Hal Abelson, Ellen Spertus, Liz Looney
You can create your own apps for Android phones—and it's easy to do. This extraordinary book introduces App Inventor for Android, a powerful visual tool that lets anyone build apps for Android-based devices. Learn the basics of App Inventor with step-by-step instructions for more than a dozen fun projects, such as creating location-aware apps, data storage, and apps that include decision-making logic.
Developing Android Applications with Adobe AIR|
An ActionScript Developer's Guide to Building Android Applications
by Véronique Brossier
If you want to use your ActionScript skills to build mobile applications for the Android OS, this thorough guide will show you how to use the unique programming environment, architecture, and tools in the Adobe AIR for Android SDK. You'll get practical hands-on experience on a wide range of development topics, from device-specific features to optimization techniques and best practices—including how expand your mobile development experience beyond Android to other platforms.
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Developing Android Applications with Java, Part 1
by Tony Hillerson
Developing Android Applications with Java, Part 2
by Tony Hillerson
Connecting to Web Data and APIs with App Inventor
by David Wolber
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