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Android Authority launches new developer-focused newsletter

We have launched our new newsletter for Android developers. Also covers Android Wear, Android TV, learning resources, Java, SBCs, and IoT.

Published onFebruary 2, 2015

Every popular mobile ecosystem owes a big debt of gratitude to the developers that create the great apps that we love to use. Without developers, Android would be a dead duck. And now to better serve the Android app developers among our readership, Android Authority has launched a new developer focused newsletter.

Android Dev Weekly, is a curated newsletter full of interesting, relevant links for Android developers. Every week we will relentlessly trawl the Internet for the very best resources related to Android app development, and coding in Java. There will also be resources for those wanting to learn more about Android app development and programming in general.

However, we won’t just be focusing on Android for smartphones and tablets. There will also be items about Android Wear, Android TV and Android Auto. We will also be taking a look at what is going on in the world of Single Board Computers (SBCs) and the Internet of Things (IoT).

The first edition has been published and includes a case study on creating scalable user interfaces, plus a look at the best tools for Java programmers. There is also a link to an in-depth tour of the Gradle-based Android Build System, plus an article about some ARM based smart bulbs which can deter burglars!

For those with a desire to learn more about Android programming there is a link to a step by step guide which shows you how to get started developing Android apps, plus there is a link to an article on how to use QR codes on Android Wear.

Subscribing is really easy, just visit, type in your email address and click Subscribe. You don’t need to worry about spam, your email address will only ever be used for Android Dev Weekly. You can easily unsubscribe with a single click at any time.

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