1.Headfirst Android Development
Headfirst Android Development is a book written by David Griffith. You will learn how to structure the application, design the interface, create a database, how to work with the application on different smartphones, etc.
This book for Android uses a rich visual format to capture your mind. It is also designed for both beginners and brain function.
Android programming for beginners was written by John Horton. The book will introduce you to all the basics of programming in the Android context, from the basics of Java to working with the Android API.
All samples use updated API classes and are created from Android Studio, the official Android development environment. At the end of this book, you are ready to start creating your own applications for Android and Java.
3. Android Programming with Kotlin for Beginners
Android Programming with Kotlin for Beginners is a book written by John Horton.
The book begins with a basic understanding of how Kotlin and Android work together. The book also explains how to better present applications using different layouts. You’ll also learn how to perform animation, graphics, and deployment in your Android app.
In the end, you will have a good understanding of Kotlin’s programming concepts and you will start building your complete Android applications.
Headfirst Kotlin is a comprehensive introduction to programming in Kotlin. This reference book will help you learn the Kotlin language in a unique way. Syntax and user guides and will teach you to think like a great Kotlin developer.
In this book, you will learn everything from the basics of language and collections to lambdas, generics and higher order functions. This tutorial is designed for how your brain works to create Android applications.