Learn to build and deploy Android apps with the Google App Inventor book

Do you want to build an Android app and don't know where to start? Overwhelmed by all of the information on Google App Inventor? Then look no further than the Google App Inventor book by Ralph Roberts and Packt Publishing Ltd..

Cover page for the Google App Inventor book
Cover page for the Google App Inventor book

From installing Google App Inventor on Mac, GNU/Linux and Windows to packaging apps for the Android Marketplace, this book makes it so easy. Ralph's step-by-step, hands-on approach to teaching is both entertaining and informative.

An excerpt from the Google App Inventor book
An excerpt from the Google App Inventor book

The Google App Inventor book covers in-depth blocks, components and the concepts behind them. The writing is simple and concise with learning aids like 'What just happened' and 'Pop quiz'. I found the 'Have a go here' sample projects outlined in the book to very educational and fun. Ralph also includes a free six-button template as a bonus. Here is a excerpt from the book itself:

As to prior knowledge and programming experience needed in creating apps and publishing them to places such as the Android market, you need practically none! This is the truly beautiful part of AI: its visual interface allows anyone from elementary school kids to us older people to make apps from the beginning without special knowledge.

Google App Inventor by Ralph Roberts is available in both print and e-book format from Packt Publishing Ltd.. For more information, just follow the links below:

Google App Inventor Book
Packt Publishing Technical & IT Book and eBook Store

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