Android User Interface Development: Beginner's Guide
This is a step-by-step guide that aims to give even a novice Android developer a good grasp of user-interface design, while working through examples, diagrams, and screenshots to showcase the various widgets and tools that the platform makes available. If you have a little experience in Java and want to build applications for the Android phones, then this book is for you. This book will also help you if you already have applications on the Android platform and want to gain additional knowledge of user-interface design. It will appeal to all of the following readers: Junior Android Developers, MIDP Developers looking to broaden their skill-set, iPhone developers wanting to port applications, Entrepreneurial Android developers wanting to widen their user base
- Electronic book text | 304 pages
- 24 Feb 2011
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Jason Morris
Jason Morris has worked on software as diverse as fruit tracking systems, insurance systems, and travel search and booking systems and has been writing software for as long as he can remember. Currently working as a Software Architect for an exciting travel company in South Africa he works on multiple front-end systems utilizing a variety of Java-based technologies.