Android Programming in Kotlin: Starting With An App (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 20 December 2017

This book shows you how common tasks are done in Android Studio 3 using Kotlin, pointing out where necessary how this differs from the Java approach. Given that you can’t avoid Java altogether, author Mike James also explains how Kotlin can work with the Java-based Android SDK.The focus is on what need to know to write an app with a single Activity and a UI, a good foundation for further Android programming.

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Author: Mike James
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: Dec 2017
Pages: 320
ISBN: 978-1871962543
Print: 1871962544
Audience: Android developers
Level: intermediate
Category: Phone/mobile 

 

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  • Getting started with Android Studio
  • Activity and User Interface
  • Building a Simple UI
  • Android Events
  • Basic Controls
  • Working with Layouts
  • ConstraintLayout
  • Programming the UI
  • Menus - Toolbar
  • Menus - Context and Popup
  • Resources
  • Bitmap Graphics
  • Life Cycle of an Activity
  • Spinners
  • Pickers
  • ListView
  • Android the Kotlin Way

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Android Programming In Java: Starting with an App 3rd Ed (I/O Press)

Programmers Guide To Kotlin (I/O Press)

 

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