Android Best Practices by Godfrey Nolan shows you how to make your Android apps stand out from the crowd with great reviews. Why settle for just making any Android app? Build a brilliant Android app instead that lets your users praise it for ease of use, better performance, and more. Using a series of example apps which gradually evolve throughout this book, Android Best Practices brings together current Android best practices from user interface (UI)/user experience (UX) design, test-driven development (TDD), and design patterns (e.g., MVC) to help you take your app to the next level. In this book youall learn how to: ac Use Android design patterns for consistent UI experience on many devices ac Use agile techniques such as test-driven development, behavior-driven development, and continuous integration ac Improve the speed and overall performance of your app ac Organize an Android app using design patterns such as MVC/MVP ac Create and consume REST and SOAP web services Designing and developing an app that runs well on many if not all the leading Android smartphones and tablets today can be one of the most daunting challenges for Android developers. Well, this book takes much of the mystery out of that for you. After reading and using Android Best Practices, you'll become a much better Android app designer and developer, which in turn can make your apps better placed and more successful in the market place. What youall learn How to use Android design patterns for consistent UI experience on many devicesHow to use Agile techniques such as Test Driven Development, Behavior Driven Development and Continuous Integration How to test Android APKs on many devices and master device fragmentation Secure coding practices on Android How to organize an Android app using design patterns such as MVC/MVP etc. How to create and consume REST and SOAP web services Who this book is for This book is for Android developers looking to solidify their coding and overall app design and development skills. Table of Contents1. Before You Start 2. UI/UX Design Patterns 3. Performance 4. Agile Android 5. NDK and Embedded Android 6. Security 7. Device Testing 8. WebservicesTherefore, any use of Basic Authentication requires the use of TLS/SSL. Because Basic Authentication is part of the HTTP protocol specification, all modern web servers support it, making it easy to develop services that use ... While many options exist for creating web services using Java, we will focus on the JAX-RS API.
|Title||:||Android Best Practices|
|Author||:||Godfrey Nolan, David Truxall, Onur Cinar|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2013-12-26|