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What are the pre-requisites for learning Android

 
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What are the pre-requisites for learning Android ??

How it can help in career ???

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Win the book "Learn Java for Android" in the book promotion ;-). It covers the Java you need for programming Android which is pretty much basic Java. A strong fundamental knowledge helps a lot.

That's pretty much it, apart from the usual processual and tool knowledge (sure, you need to know how to do OOA/D/P, handle XML and Eclipse...).

It helps if you need it. Some more chances to get self-employed or at least earn a dollar or two, due to a market and billing system you can utilise.
 
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Hauke Ingmar Schmidt wrote:Win the book "Learn Java for Android" in the book promotion ;-).



:D :D :D :D :D :D

On the 31st of January, Google Android won Apple as the top mobile platform. So learning to code for Android has good prospects. :thumbup:
 
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Programming
Choose Java
then OOP
and read on the Android Framework in their website

simply understand Java and your good to go to learning Android!
 
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Michael Rivera wrote:Programming
Choose Java
then OOP
and read on the Android Framework in their website

simply understand Java and your good to go to learning Android!



I was disappointed when I came to know that ios was for c guys, good to hear that java guys can learn mobile programming.
 
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Pradeep bhatt wrote:good to hear that java guys can learn mobile programming.


Sun's/Oracle's Java ME has been around for a long time, even though it doesn't have much traction on modern smartphones. I'd guess that it's still more widely distributed than Android, though, due to the large number of non-smartphones still in use.
 
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Pradeep bhatt wrote:I was disappointed when I came to know that ios was for c guys



Objective-C, which is as unusual for C programmers as for Java programmers.

Ulf Dittmer wrote:Sun's/Oracle's Java ME has been around for a long time, even though it doesn't have much traction on modern smartphones. I'd guess that it's still more widely distributed than Android, though, due to the large number of non-smartphones still in use.



Facebook just released it's J2ME app, seems to be of some importance still. Blackberry and Symbian devices can still be programmed with J2ME, I think.
 
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