Android Development Bibliography
The Top Technical Resources for Android Developers
By Safari Content Team
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: July 2011

Android has taken the mobile industry by surprise with major 3rd-party handset manufacturers and network operators around the world embracing it. In addition, the Android ecosystem and developer community, both key elements of Android’s success, are very strong. In fact, as of September 2013 there were 11,868 different models of Android devices, 48 billion apps have been installed from the Google Play store, and there have been 1 billion Android devices activated.

We have chosen a selection of popular books in this bibliography that span the spectrum of Android topics. We cover Android core application concepts, such as getting you up to speed with the Android SDK, using Eclipse, and creating your first Android application. We also cover how to use JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 to create mobile web applications that tap into native Android functionality. For those ready to take on more advanced topics, we cover 2D and 3D gaming and communications, and using the Native Development Kit to tap into existing C and C++ programs. Finally we cover tablet development and making money selling your applications. For these topics and more, dive into this bibliography and join the Android movement.

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