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Discussion in 'Android Development' started by forsubhi, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. forsubhi

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    is there any certificate to android development and if there is what is the best book to study android development.
     

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    Moved to the development forums.

    The folks here should be best qualified to provide suggestions for you to begin learning development.
     
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    There's no official certification like some kind of Certified Android Developer AFAIK.

    In regards to an Android book, what development experience do you already have? What kind of apps are you looking to create (games, for example)? What version(s) of Android would you want to target?
     
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    I watched some videos and I can work with sqlite , insert and delete data and working with lists and I need good book to learn more about android4 I need to learn every thing about android and to know if there is any certificate even if it is not official
     
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    Android 4 is still pretty new and there's not that many books out for it.

    Apress have some books. Beginning Android 4 would get you started, assuming you know Java already.

    Do you have reason to limit your learning only to Android 4? Only 0.6% of devices run Android 4.0.x. Platform Versions | Android Developers
     

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