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Packaging and running Android apps

Packaging and running Android apps: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android
Packaging and running Android apps: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android

Running an Android app is different from other sorts of Java applications. In a Java console application, you start with a main() method in a single class. An Android consists of both Java code and many other kinds of resources. As a developer, you should understand the basics of how an app is packaged for deployment, and how it starts up at runtime.

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Developer Mobile Apps Programming Languages Java

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