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Some new resources for Android developers
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Some new resources for Android developers

Richard Harris Richard Harris in Android Saturday, December 1, 2012

Android developers might need to bookmark this one.  It's a list of some top resources for you to use as an Android dev. The list isn't very long but it does highlight the best links which will springboard you into different areas of development which you can use. There is even a few resources listed for newbie Android devs.
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