Top Tips to Make Learning Android Development Easier

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Read more: http://andauth.co/ybohoZ | Adam shares the best tips for learning Android development. From taking your first steps to optimizing your workflow, knowing a good shortcut when you see it, building good habits and reverse engineering the work of others, dev life doesn’t have to be difficult.

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35 thoughts on “Top Tips to Make Learning Android Development Easier

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  2. I have a bachelor in computer sciences and learned java, xml, programming the good way. I think android development, the sdk is a giant pile of shit. It is horrible, unessesary difficult. To get simple things done it requires massive effort. You need to make a new layout for every type and kind of screen (and on a real device, the layout is broken!)

  3. my personal pro tip
    Slow and steady wins the race
    My recommendation to beginners is start learning and practicing but don't rush . The best way is to spend 1 hour daily for few months .

  4. how is android development in dell xps?
    i want to purchase a laptop but im confused that which one should i have to buy?macbook pro or dell xps i am a student and thinking that whatever i will buy i will use it in my student time and after graduation for work also so please help me to choose.

  5. Well sir my big question can i start learning to make a small app by seeing youtube videos with few basic knowledge of programming but how can i develope myself and move to next step

  6. I don't recommend android development anymore. They just suspend publisher accounts without any reason, their bots are shit. And your revenue becomes to zero, you can never register a new account if once you got suspended. So for lifetime choice, this is not a good option to develop for android until and unless other marketplace jumps in like amazon etc.

  7. I already know basics of java and object oriented programing concepts….will be easier for me to learn android?…I want to make a career out of it

  8. Great video, I'm still a beginner but this advice is perfect I have been working on a project for around 4 months and have crossed many hurdles one of the important things that he has said is reverse engineering! I've had a few problems I couldnt figure out even with google but after looking at open source projects you can see how they solved a similar problem having these tools available is unbelievable valuable.

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