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Old June 11th, 2015, 09:50 PM
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Default Book for Java and Android Development

Hi,

I am totally new to programming with no background in it but would like to Learn Java for Android Games Development.

Or is it Javascript? I am so confused.

Any related response would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Default Using Windows for Android development

I have a book called Android 4. I found that it waswritten for Linux developers.
I downloaded a windows sdk but have too many inconsistencies with the book.

Are people using Windows for app development or would linux be better.
I do not have a mac computer.
 
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There isn't important to use windows, linux or mac. You can develop it whatever you want to. But i think if you have a windows pc you can be more advantage for developing. Because its more useful and you can find more infos about that. If you want to learn more info, you can use stackoverflow.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/android
 
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Hi!
Accidentally, while surfing Google, I found a game-like online platform for Java learning.
I know it may sound a bit childish, but why not? They are called Codegym. https://codegym.cc/
Had a quick look and it certainly looks very interesting, especially for a beginner. It happens to be free.




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