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Discussion in 'Android Development' started by Abdulkhan1990, Aug 10, 2016.

  1. Abdulkhan1990

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    Hello .

    I'm thinking to take Android apps & games development Corrse (Course time will be 1 & half months to 1 month approximately 2 hours 4 times a week ) , I want to develop Android games & apps . One institure is giving training for Android games & apps development . But what you think which type of course should i go through ? I have no programming expeience . It will from the scratch .

    Instructor told me to go for C++ for iphone and ipad games and apps development .
    He told me to go for C++ first , But what would you prefer ? he told me C++ are basics but i think that C++ and java are differnt .....

    Any guidancewould be helpful

    Thank you
     

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  2. LV426

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    C++ isn't a language used for either Android, or iPhone app development, so would be a waste of time learning.

    If you have no programming experience, and want to do Android development, then your first step would be to take a course in Java programming.

    And I'd also not be inclined to go to any classes given by this 'instructor'.
     
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    I think C++ is a good start when you want to spend a long term
    in your life as a software developer, or android app developer
    it provides you the base of programming and these knowledge could help you to understand how to program iOS or Android easier.
    I think your prof has his own reason to give you that advice
    If you want to jump into Android programming right now without any pre-knowledge in programming field
    you may want to look at some of my Android videos,
    they may help you to get start and to create simple app
    I'm creating new video everyday in that channel
    I still suggest that you should have some basic skill in programming then your life will be easier
    I hope that it could help you with your first step
    first step is always hard, and you will feel better in the later
     

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