Learn Java for Android Development : Java 8 and Android 5
By: Friesen, Jeff.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (1190 p.).ISBN: 9781430264552.Subject(s): Android (Electronic resource) | Computer science | Computer software -- Development | Java (Computer program language)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Learn Java for Android Development : Java 8 and Android 5DDC classification: 005.133 LOC classification: QA76.73.J38 .F384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents at a Glance; Introduction; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Java; What Is Java?; Java Is a Language; Java Is a Platform; Java SE, Java EE, and Java ME; Installing the JDK and Exploring Example Applications; Hello, World!; DumpArgs; EchoText; Installing and Exploring the Eclipse IDE; Java Meets Android; What Is Android?; History of Android; Android Architecture; Android Says Hello; Summary; Chapter 2: Learning Language Fundamentals; Learning Application Structure; Learning Comments; Single-Line Comments; Multiline Comments; Javadoc Comments; Learning Identifiers; Learning Types
Primitive TypesUser-Defined Types; Array Types; Learning Variables; Learning Expressions; Simple Expressions; Compound Expressions; Additive Operators; Array Index Operator; Assignment Operators; Bitwise Operators; Cast Operator; Conditional Operators; Equality Operators; Logical Operators; Member Access Operator; Method Call Operator; Multiplicative Operators; Object Creation Operator; Relational Operators; Shift Operators; Unary Minus/Plus Operators; Precedence and Associativity; Learning Statements; Assignment Statements; Decision Statements; If Statement; If-Else Statement
Switch StatementLoop Statements; For Statement; While Statement; Do-While Statement; Looping Over the Empty Statement; Break and Labeled Break Statements; Continue and Labeled Continue Statements; Summary; Chapter 3: Discovering Classes and Objects; Declaring Classes; Classes and Applications; Constructing Objects; Default Constructor; Explicit Constructors; Objects and Applications; Encapsulating State and Behaviors; Representing State via Fields; Declaring and Accessing Class Fields; Declaring and Accessing Instance Fields; Reviewing Field-Access Rules; Representing Behaviors via Methods
Declaring and Invoking Class MethodsDeclaring and Invoking Instance Methods; Returning from a Method via the Return Statement; Chaining Together Instance Method Calls; Passing Arguments to Methods; Invoking Methods Recursively; Overloading Methods; Reviewing Method-Invocation Rules; Hiding Information; Initializing Classes and Objects; Class Initializers; Instance Initializers; Initialization Order; Collecting Garbage; Revisiting Arrays; Summary; Chapter 4: Discovering Inheritance, Polymorphism, and Interfaces; Building Class Hierarchies; Extending Classes; The Ultimate Superclass; Cloning
EqualityFinalization; Hash Codes; String Representation; Composition; The Trouble with Implementation Inheritance; Changing Form; Upcasting and Late Binding; Abstract Classes and Abstract Methods; Downcasting and Runtime Type Identification; Covariant Return Types; Formalizing Class Interfaces; Declaring Interfaces; Implementing Interfaces; Extending Interfaces; Why Use Interfaces?; Summary; Chapter 5: Mastering Advanced Language Features, Part 1; Mastering Nested Types; Static Member Classes; Nonstatic Member Classes; Anonymous Class es; Local Class es; Inner Classes and Memory Leaks
Interfaces within Classes and Classes within Interfaces
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