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Hello techies,

I am new to Android. I have been wanting to learn and develop applications on Android, but am bored of reading such long pages , tutorial on android developer's site (though i have not read all the topics). I know that some basic idea about activity , indents, etc is needed but I really get bore just reading the theory.

Can anyone please suggest some interesting way of giving me a jumpstart to coding ? Can I directly start with some sample code and then refer topics as and when needed? First I want to understand usgae of Activities, indents, design of classes,etc.

Any help is highly appreciated

Thanks,
Kacee
 
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The SDK comes bundled with API demos package that demonstrate the use of different libraries available to the developers via simple programs. That, IMO would be a good place to start.
 
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Thanks Monu, I will try that
 
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