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Android

Android development

hello everyone , i am beginner, i know only basic of c language. i want to design an android app which i can publish on play store . my ques is that - should i start java course first or directly go for android development course thank you.

1 Answer

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,624 Points

Hi mayank,

Treehouse has two Tracks for Android Development. If you have some coding experience and general computer knowledge, you could probably start with the Beginner Android Development Track.

If you are just entering the world of computers and coding, I would then strongly recommend that you begin with the Digital Literacy Track before moving to the Android Development tracks. The Digital Literacy track is designed to give you a basic understanding of many concepts, which will greatly assist your learnings in future courses and tracks.

Good Luck with your endeavors. :)

Keep Coding! :dizzy: