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Want to write java apps for Android where to start?

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Hey all, decided to study the java programming language for Android development. But I'm a picky person, decided to first deal like I better start studying. Written applications will be in the development environment Android Studio. Here's the thing, me first, better to just learn java or learn just the same in Android Studio? What resources do you recommend to learn? As you look at the lessons from SoloLearn?
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With the purchase of a subscription to The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development
This is the most current and complete book.
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1) Find The "Hardy B. Phillips B., Stewart, K., Marsicano, K. - Android. Programming for professionals"

2) Read, understand and implement all projects which are described therein.

Examples of simple, detailed description (how to download, install Android Studio, too)
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Without knowledge of core java you will not be able to write under Android. It's simple.
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No Java anywhere, it will be too difficult. There should be a lot to read docks, as the blogs don't share everything and some information is outdated, written during version 4, if not sooner. Well a lot of frills used.

Well to start with the book of Shilda Java 8 complete guide. I read about 7, but it doesn't matter. He is very detailed and reveals all the details, after which everything becomes clear. You need to read at least about the basics: syntax, operators, OOP.

If this is the first language to be quite difficult. The difficulty lies in the ability to create a comfortable architecture with efficient algorithms.
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Russian quick start on the basics you will find in the course Start Android
\rstartandroid.ru/ru/uroki.html
\rhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyfVjOYzuju...

Then, pretty cool stuff there the guys from Devcolibri
\rhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIU76b8Cjem...

But if English is not a problem, take a course of good old Adam porter :)
\rhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/android-programming (there are 2 parts)
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