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There‘s no reason anyone with an Amazon Kindle Fire device, a good idea for a mobile application,
and some programming knowledge couldn‘t put this book to use for fun and profit.
Whether you‘re a programmer looking to break into mobile technology or an entrepreneur
with a cool app idea, this book can help you realize your goals of making killer Android apps
for devices like the Kindle Fire.
We make as few assumptions about you, as a reader of this book, as possible. No wireless development
experience is necessary. We do assume that you‘re somewhat comfortable installing
applications on a computer (for example, Eclipse, the Java JDK, and the Android SDK) and tools
and drivers (for USB access to a phone). We also assume that you own at least one Amazon
Kindle Fire device and can navigate your way around it for testing purposes.
Android apps are written in Java. Therefore, we assume you have a reasonably solid understanding
of the Java programming language (classes, methods, scoping, object-oriented programming
[OOP], and so on), ideally using the Eclipse development environment. Familiarity with
common Java packages, such as java.lang , java.net , and java.util , will serve you well.
Android can also be a fantastic platform for learning Java, provided that you have some background
in OOP and adequate support, such as a professor or some really good Java programming
references. We make every attempt to avoid using any fancy or confusing Java in this
book, but you will find that, with Android, certain syntactical Java wizardry not often covered in your typical beginner‘s Java book is used frequently: anonymous inner classes, method
chaining, templates, reflection, and so on.
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