Extensive Open-Source Guides for Android Developers
We have guides for everyone whether you are beginner, intermediate or advanced. Want to learn how to use the ActionBar or the ins and outs of fragments? We got that. Want to learn about testing or how to build flexible user interfaces for multiple devices? We got you covered. We don't waste time with the "theoretical approach" from a book. We cover exactly the things we use every day as we are developing apps for contracts.
Need Help? Please join the google groups for these guides where you can post related questions.
Ever been frustrated finding information on outdated one-off blog posts and tutorials that has since become irrelevant? How many times have you been googling only to find your answer on a 2 year old Stack Overflow post? We believe there's got to be a better way. Why not have a community to work together in creating useful and detailed documentation for every aspect of Android development(or any platform)?
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We need your help making the guides even better. In particular, here are the easiest ways to contribute:
We maintain a master missing topics list that contains the most important missing topics. Also, look for items in the cliff notes with the Needs Attention mark which indicates the guide needs some love. If you see a topic you'd like added, please check the issues for this repository to let us know.
If you are interested in contributing to our guides, please check out our contribution guidelines first.