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I'm planning to start developing an Android App, i'm already a amateur programmer but i use mostly C based languages (Mostly C# and C++), so i need some reading material to get started on Android is the "Android Cookbook: Problems and Solutions for Android Developers 2nd Edition" any good? or is there better books that you would recommend?
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>>64130078
Well, considering the fact that you did not mention java I would recommend researching Xamarin.
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You should read Android for Pajeets: 1948 edition.
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>>64130141
Not Pajeet here, brazilian fag, we know how to poo in the loo
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>>64130131
Taking a look at it, it looks good at a first glance, but i would have no problem with learning java if there are any better alternatives you would recommend
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>>64130221
In that case read, The Thief's guide to Android Steal-Development.
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>>64130879
Sounds like a good read, but sadly i'm not black




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