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General Discussion

Matthew Cahn
Matthew Cahn
6,301 Points

Android development videos already obsolete?


I've noticed some small differences between the code used in the videos and the code used in the most recent download. Will these changes affect the class or are they minor enough to ignore?

2 Answers

Valery Kukatov
Valery Kukatov
6,996 Points

If SDK allows you to compile it, then it's not a big deal. But things do change quick with Android. The main point is that you get the basics down and start trying to create simple apps. Remember that when you actually start working on an app it may take a few weeks to complete one, depending on how well you want it to work and how well you want it to look. The videos here are good enough to learn off if you can work around the minor changes in the SDK.

Good luck. :)