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hi,
where i learn android development or which good book or tutorials for android development??
when head first android book release???
 
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Your question comes up rather often so it is covered in the Android FAQ: https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/AndroidFaq
 
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Although i am learning it as well.... But still i recommend thew following...

I think learn Android sequentially through some book and Randomly through Online tutorials.

Sequential Beginner reading : Beginning android development by Wei- Meg Lee

Randomly Reading : Try learning seperate frequent topics like "Date Picker", "Alert Doalog", "Notifications" ....and so on


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