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can anyone kindly suggest me the technology needed to go through to bulid an android application ?

 
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can anyone kindly suggest me the technology needed to go through to bulid an android application ?
like html5 ,css etc.
 
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No html or css, although screen design is html-like, using tags. Other than that, it's just Java and the Android API. Most developers use Eclipse-based ADT for development I think. EDx and Coursera have free courses, and at least one of them includes a free book,
 
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I'd suggest using Android Studio instead of Eclipse, it's the official IDE.
 
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