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Hi Robin,

Is this book can teach novice programmer all the things about Android and starts developing applications?
Infact I am java developer I don't know basics about Android so will it be suitable for the new people who are not having any basic knowldge on Abdriod?
 
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Yes, the book teaches all the basics about both Android and iOS and their respective capabilities and shortcomings. It doesn't teach any Java (or Objective C for iOS) though, because it shows how to create apps using basic web technologies.
 
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