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I have read most of the second edition of Head First Android Development (in Chapter 12).  I am looking to build an App that allows users to play a card game.  I have not seen anything yet that would allow the end user to move images around the screen.  
In my case, I would like to create a bridge puzzle App, so I want to use a standard deck of cards, but I have seen other Apps use non-standard decks, such as Star Realms.

Where can I look for this information?  Is towards the end of the Head First Book? Is a keyword that I need to search for?

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Hello Ted,

We don't cover it in the book, but this kind of thing is much easier to do in Jetpack Compose using the animation APIs:

https://developer.android.com/jetpack/compose/animation

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