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Book Review: Android User Interface Development

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RickJWagner writes “So you want to be an Android developer? If you’re like me, you’ve probably been wanting to learn how to program a mobile device, but just haven’t found the time to master Objective-C. So now that Android is here, all of us garden-variety Java coders can jump on the bandwagon and start slinging apps out, right? Well, it turns out there’s a little more to it than that. This book can make the trail from everyday Java code slinger to best-selling Android app writer a little more plausible.” Read below for the rest of Rick’s review.

Android User Interface Development
author Jason Morris
pages Packt Publishing
publisher 304
rating RickJWagner
reviewer 1849514488
ISBN A good resource for Android developers who aren’t already UI experts.
summary 7/10

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