Android Tablet Application Development For Dummies
App development for tablets is a booming business. Android tablets, including the popular Motorola Xoom, are gaining market share at breakneck speed, and this book can have even novice programmers creating great Android apps specifically for tablets quickly and easily. A little Java knowledge is helpful but not essential to get started creating apps. Android expert Donn Felker helps you get the Android environment up and running, use XML to create application menus, create an icon for your app, and submit your app to the Android Market.
You'll also learn to create an SQLite database to run behind your app and how to allow users to tailor your app to their needs.
- Tablet application development is booming, and Android tablets, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab and Motorola Xoom, are rapidly gaining market share
- This easy-to-follow guide helps new and veteran programmers set up the Android tablet environment, work with Google's notification system, and design apps that take advantage of larger tablet screens
- Covers using XML to create application menus, creating an icon for your app, and submitting your app to the Android Market
- Demonstrates notifications, how to create an SQLite database to run behind an application, and how to set up your app so users can choose options that tailor the app to their individual needs
If you want to break into the growing Android tablet application development market, look no further than Android Tablet Application Development For Dummies!
384 pages; ISBN 9781118182970
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Title: Android Tablet Application Development For Dummies
Author: Gerhard Franken
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