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Android Beginner Series: Just Enough Java

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In this course we learn how to create a real Android application using Java and Eclipse. This course will teach you both Java and Android at the same time. Want to create an Android application, but you don't want to learn Java first? Perhaps you already know some Java, but you've never build a complete Android application before. Either way, this ..

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