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Android Development
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Other Resources and Further Learning

  • For a lighter but broader introduction to concepts not covered in the tutorial, take a look at Common Android Tasks.
  • The Android SDK includes a variety of fully functioning sample applications that make excellent opportunities for further learning. You can find the sample applications in the samples/ directory of your downloaded SDK, or browser them here, in the Sample Code section.
  • This tutorial draws from the full Notepad application included in the samples/ directory of the SDK, though it does not match it exactly. When you are done with the tutorial, it is highly recommended that you take a closer look at this version of the Notepad application, as it demonstrates a variety of interesting additions for your application, such as:
    • Setting up a custom striped list for the list of notes.
    • Creating a custom text edit view that overrides the draw() method to make it look like a lined notepad.
    • Implementing a full ContentProvider for notes.
    • Reverting and discarding edits instead of just automatically saving them.
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