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Hi Friends! I'm working on Java Web Application development using JSP,SERVLET and STRUTS1.3 and Java 6... I want to go in Android development.. Will my prior java experience help me for Android. Are Java API exactly used as-it-is in Android... Is it feasible for me to move from Java EE to Android Apps for Mobile development... Please Guide me... And also focus on main and must java technologies used for Android App Development...
 
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Will my prior java experience help me for Android



Yes, although the code runs on the dalvik VM

Is it feasible for me to move from Java EE to Android Apps for Mobile development... Please Guide me... And also focus on main and must java technologies used for Android App Development...



This is subjective. If you want to move to Android, you sure can. The APIs and programming style are a little different. There is a small learning curve to get over.
 
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Hi its good to keep on moving with java platform, since android apps are now done by mostly as freelancing. As per the job requirements Java has number of opening when compare to Android apps. So its better to go with Java. Its my opinion only. All the best.
 
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Definitely, Android is becoming very popular day by day all over the world due to heavy usage of Android phones and tablets that’s why numbers of peoples wants to work in mobile app Development Company.
 
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yes you should go...
 
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