Android is the world’s most used mobile operating system. No wonder when anybody wants a mobile app made, their first priority is to make an app for Android. So today we are sharing an Android development tutorial collection that will help you to create your first Android app.
A few weeks ago, we published a collection of iOS tutorial collection for beginners. Over there, we discussed how web design clients demand exclusive mobile apps to go with their new website, and how we need to cater this demand. We also discussed that if you know basic HTML/CSS, mobile development wouldn’t be too hard for you.
So today is a follow-up post of that article. This one is about Android. Let’s begin.
Mind you, you will not create a huge app like after just a few hours of training, but what you create will kick-start for your app development career. So gear up.
Android Development Tutorial Showcase
This is the official developer’s portal by Google Android. This page contains training for building your first mobile app. You’ll learn how to create an Android project and run a debuggable version of the app. You’ll also learn some fundamentals of Android app design, including how to build a simple user interface and handle user input.
It’s a tad bit unjust to call it only a tutorial. It is like a full-fledged course that teachers trains you all the concepts required. I highly recommend this tutorial.
This course will cover everything from basic Java to Android game development. This highly praised tutorial will explain everything in detail to cater to both beginners and advanced programmers alike.
This tutorial describes how to create Android applications. It primarily uses the Eclipse IDE for development. It is based on Android 4.4 (KitKat).
These are premium class tutorials. Not all of them are for free but they are of good quality so I’m adding them.
In this tutorial series, you’ll become familiar with Java, the programming language used to develop Android applications.
This project covers the very basics of Android development. We will build a simple app that will serve up some fun facts when you tap on a button.
Simple, beginner friendly tutorial for designers.
This tutorial is a starting point for developing Android apps. It will explain the very basics of the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) and how to use it with Eclipse.
This detailed tutorial is featured on Ray Wenderlich’s blog. Primarily that’s an iOS blog but this is a pretty good tutorial.
Even if you don’t have any idea about Java and Android or Eclipse editor, then also you can learn android development very easily.
Even video is not the ideal medium of tutorials when it comes to programming, but I had to include at least one playlist.
That’s it folks. We’ll be back on Tomorrow.