Difference between revisions of "Android Application Development"
(Android Application Development.)
Revision as of 22:16, 24 March 2010
For the most reliable reference to the Android Application Development go through:
which includes java doc to all classes, packages, and other variables and is the most updated site.
Though it is most customary to get started in Eclipse, which is the most standard, you are also free to use the Netbeans , but the Netbeans updates for the Android SDK plugin is not very dynamic and to my knowledge was developed and supported by a single project called Kenai.
You should also know that you can not step into Android Application Development with out having base on Core Java programming, yes, that is a pre-requisite, else it is bit difficult.
So then, welcome , get ready to jump into the droid community and get going.