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What should new Android developers consider when starting out?

 
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I'm reading a copy of Head First Android Developement I got from my library and llove it (and I'd love to win my own copy!). What should new Android developers pay attention to most when first starting out? Thanks.
 
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Frank Palmeri wrote:I'm reading a copy of Head First Android Developement I got from my library and llove it (and I'd love to win my own copy!). What should new Android developers pay attention to most when first starting out? Thanks.



Hello Frank,

Glad you're enjoying the book :-) The most important thing is probably the activity lifecycle. If you can get that cracked, you'll be well on your way to understanding the Android platform and thinking like Android thinks.

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