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 Post subject: Difference between
PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2014 8:20 am 

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I'm learning java now , but my goal to create android app so if after 2 months i complete my java lessons how long will take learning and programing on android and is it difficult ?
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 Post subject: Re: Difference between
PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 3:40 pm 
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When working on Android, you're working on a very specific set of libraries that have been developed purely for the device.

The good news: Most Java type logic and basic code will work just fine. If you're learning about program flow and control, just about all of that is portable.

The bad news: If you're leaning Swing or some other Java GUI, you're going to have to learn the Android display and I/O system from scratch. There are similarities, but Android has it's own quirks and interacting with the device means getting used to the way it's done in Dalvik.

It's been a good while since I fired up Eclipse on a Droid project and the new Android Studio might be better, but that was the way I found it last time I ventured into the territory.

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