Here's a good and extensive online tutorial which is also available as book: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/
borya wrote:I second the sun tutorials. They are very clear and easy to follow. In my experience Google has been more helpful than most books, though that's not to say that books are bad in any sense, the books O'Reilly publishes seem quite nice as well, at least from browsing/skimming them at the bookstore. Teachers and peers are even more helpful
yorgosg wrote:Hello, I am a J2ME developer, and I think - as many other people in here - that having this forum, we dont really need a book to learn Android...However, since I am very busy to go through all the topics, I'd prefer to obtain a book to guide me, alongside glancing anddev.org
I have found two other books:
The first one has been released Nov 24th: (Android Application Development)
http://www.amazon.com/Professional-Andr ... 02&sr=1-59
And the other one is being released Dec 28th: (Hello Android)
http://www.amazon.com/Hello-Android-Int ... 61&sr=1-33
Has any one purchased the first one? Is it any good? You can read the first pages from amazon.com, judging by the table of contents, I think it is very good.
Any opinions or suggestions for other books would be appreciated, thanks!
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