We are pleased to announce that our flagship Android book – Android Apprentice – is now updated for Android Studio 3.3 and Kotlin 1.3 . And next week you can catch this book for $ 10 off !
Read on to learn:
- More about Android Apprentice
- What's new in this edition of the book
- ] About the Authors
- How to Get Your Own Copy
- Timefighter : You will start with Android development by creating a single goal game: Press one button as fast as you can, within a specified time limit.
- CheckList : Then you make a simple TODO app with multiple lists. Along the way, learn about layout managers, activities, save data and alerts.
- PlaceBook : The third app you want to create will keep track of favorite places with photos and maps. Through this, you learn about Google Play services, Room, Google Maps API, and working with photos.
- PodPlay : You want to roll out the book by building a podcast manager with a built-in media player. You will cover Android networks, job scheduling, media browsers, alerts, and media playback.
- Updated support libraries, Google Play, Lifecycle, Rome and others.
- Updated code and instruction for the new Mapping SDK.
- Updated content on how to deploy the app to Google Play.
- If you have already purchased Android Apprentice digital edition, you can log into the store and download the updated version here.
- If you haven't already purchased this must-add to your development library go over to our store page within Wednesday May 22 to grab your copy at our special release discount only $ 49.99 !
Android apprentice, 2nd ed. is our book for complete beginners for Android development. Anyone with previous programming experience – like Swift or Java – gets fast up-speed with Android development. And this book is written in Kotlin, the modern premier language for Android developers.
Android Apprentice, 2nd ed. will show you how to build four complete Android apps from scratch:
Android Apprentice, 2nd ed. is 100% complete and available today – and it is on sale for Wednesday May 22 !
Android Apprentice, 2nd ed. has been updated to Android Studio 3.3 and Kotlin 1.3.
In addition, we've heard your feedback about digging a little deeper into some key topics, and have expanded content to help you build and deploy your apps with greater ease. It also includes:
] You are in good hands with our experienced Android Apprentice authors:
Namrata Bandekar is a software engineer focusing on native Android and iOS development. When she doesn't develop apps, she enjoys traveling the world with the man, SCUBA diving and hiking with her dog. She has also spoken at a number of international conferences on mobile development.
Darryl Bayliss is a software engineer from Liverpool, currently focusing on mobile development. Away from programming, he usually reads, writes on his blog or plays a wonderful game of magic and dragons.
Tom Blankenship has been dependent on coding since he was a young teenager, writing his first programs on Atari home computers. He is currently running his own software development company focusing on native iOS and Android app development. He likes to play tennis, guitar and drums, and spend time with his wife and two children.
Fuad Kamal provides mobile strategy, architecture and development for the Health & Fitness markets. If you've ever been to an airport, you've probably seen their work – the flight tickets for arrival and departure are a Flash 7 interface he wrote to the beginning of the millennium.
Android Apprentice, 2nd ed. is available today, in full release and is nearly 700 pages of important training style content, to skip your Android development applications!
Remember that when you buy this book, you get the digital PDF, e-pub, source code and project files, and free updates!