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Unread 17-06-2013, 09:46 PM   #1
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Anyone around here who makes Android apps? Is this hard? What kind of programming do you need to know? I'm really curious about this topic as I'm I have an idea which I think it could turn out to be a really nice app.

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In my opinion you need the following :

good understanding of Java :
some knowledge in xml,
Then it depends, based on what kind of app you are developing .
You will learn a lot by trial and error.
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Don't use Java.

You're much better off with C++/Qt Framework. Qt is very good.
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I've heard that there are some sites or programs which allow you to develop apps, even though you're not a programmer. I will made a research to find out about these. After, I'll post the results here.

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