I just bought the book today entitled Android Application Development For Dummies because I've always wanted to create some apps for any mobile device. But since I have an Android device, I figured it might be easiest and most obvious to go this route. Plus, Android seems easier to build on as well as get your app added to the Google Play Store. Plus getting ads is much easier and the community for making Android apps seems larger and more helpful.
I'll keep you guys updated if I do end up making some sort of app and publishing it. First few readers of this blog will also get some sort of loyalty reward :)
While I read this book, I'd also like to tell you guys a little bit about the book and how well it actually is teaching me about Android development. It seems like a very easy book to understand for most beginners. If you would like to start programming, I would highly recommend taking a basic course in coding or programming where the teacher instructs on how to write codes for applications as that has really helped me understand code writing more than before. The class was fun and easy for me and others in the class although you should know some basics about your computer before taking on such a class.
Anyway, I'll try to come back every now and then and post about how the book is going as well as my own development.
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