Since I couldn't find anything like this, I thought I would start one.
If you come across any good books on the Android SDK, then please post them here. Try to stick to a similar format on every post.
I will start.Title: Android Wireless Application DevelopmentAuthor(s):
Shane Conder / Lauren DarceyPublisher:
Addison WesleyPage Count:
552 + indexCopyright Date:
2010Website: http://informit.com/Content provided on disk?
YesContent provided on web?
Requires a basic knowledge of the Java programming language and some knowledge of the Java JDK is recommended, but not required. This book is an excellent resource for learning your way around the android SDK. Shane and Lauren touch on all of the basics, plus some intermediate, as well as advanced topics. code snippets are provided where relevant (which is very, very often), however they are just snippets, not entire source codes. The entire source for the examples discussed in the book are available, however, either on the CD-ROM provided with the book--provided you bought a physical copy and not a digital copy--as well as on their website. This was a good decision to reduce page count. The only complaint I have about the book is the number of spelling/grammar mistakes that seem to pop up quite frequently... If you can get around those, then this book is perfect for just about anyone, whether you're a nervouse newbie just now dipping your feet in, or a bonafide veteran, who has been treading the rapids for a while now.Where to buy? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/032162 ... ss_product