Decompiling Android looks at the the reason why Android apps can be decompiled to recover their source code, what it means to Android developers and how you can protect your code from prying eyes. This is also a good way to see how good and bad Android apps are constructed and how to learn from them in building your own apps.
Android Apps with Eclipse provides a detailed overview of Eclipse, including steps and the screenshots to help Android developers to quickly get up to speed on Eclipse and to streamline their day-to-day software development.
Beginning Android Web Application Development shows how to build applications using the key methods and techniques of Android development that¬†you'll need to create your own dynamic, feature-rich Android mobile websites and applications.
Pro Android 4 shows you how to build real-world and fun mobile applications using the new Android SDK 4 (Ice Cream). It covers everything from the fundamentals of building apps for embedded devices, phones, and tablets to advanced concepts such as custom 3D components and multi-tasking.
Beginning PhoneGap is a definitive, one-of-a-kind book that teaches the fundamentals and strategies behind cross-platform mobile application development. Instead of learning languages like Objective-C, focus on building apps from day one for Android, iOS, Blackberry, WebOS and Symbianwithout the complexities of these platforms.
OpenGL has set the standard for 3D computer graphics, and is an essential aspect of¬†Android development. This book offers everything you need to know, from basic mathematical concepts¬†to¬†advanced coding techniques.¬†You'll learn by building a fascinating 3D solar system simulator!
Pro Android Apps Performance¬†Optimization¬†reveals how to fine-tune your Android apps, making them stable, efficient and fast performing.¬†Better-performing apps mean¬†better reviews and eventually, more money for you as the app developer or your indie shop.
Beginning Android 4 starts you on the path to developing innovative and¬†salable applications¬†for Android¬†4 mobile devices, using simple examples that are ready to run with your copy of the¬†Software Development Kit¬†(SDK) 4.0.