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Android Guide Book (API Components) book is created from the https://developer.android.com/guide/index.html Section of the Android Developer Online documentation. Creating a complete book for a quick and easy read. See the Sample for the complete table of contents.
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Table of Contets
The sample book includes the Table of Contents of what is contained with the book, as it is too vast to include.
Cross referenced to origianl pages
The books are fully cross refrenced back to the source pages so you can link to original google documentation easily.
Book Content Summary
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The Android Guide Book (API Components) Book Updates
The books are continually updated, to see the latest changes follow the links below. These links give you a quick synopsis of what has change, added and removed from the Training section of android documentation.
The books/manuals are in A4 format, slighly offset for better binding after printing. You will be impressed by the amount of information you can absorb in minutes compared to working through the web pages online.
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