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Hello guys , i wanna know what is the best way to start learning android ??? ...Just Wanna know how can i head start !!
 
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Hi vamsi,
1. Your basics of core java must be strong. This is because Android API is fully made up of Java.
2. Buy a best book on Android. I recommend the following:
i. Beginning Android by Mark Murphy
ii. Hello Android by Edd Burnett
iii.Unlocking Android by Frank Ableson, Charlie Collins, Robi Sen


 
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sohaib rahman wrote:Hi vamsi,
1. Your basics of core java must be strong. This is because Android API is fully made up of Java.
2. Buy a best book on Android. I recommend the following:
i. Beginning Android by Mark Murphy
ii. Hello Android by Edd Burnett
iii.Unlocking Android by Frank Ableson, Charlie Collins, Robi Sen




Any free e-books or websites ??
 
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Try the Android SDK docs; they provide lots of code snippets and help for getting started. But a book is really your best bet.

http://developer.android.com/guide/basics/what-is-android.html
 
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