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Wiley India has organised a contest for their new release: Composing Mobile Apps, Author – Anubhav Pradhan. In order to participate and win you need to follow three simple steps:

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About the book

Composing Mobile Apps attempts to present various mobile app development approaches and technologies, along with required hands-on knowledge to deal with the nitty-gritties of designing, developing, validating, packaging and publishing them.

A live mobile app has been built incrementally throughout the book using Android -one of the most popular mobile platforms in order to bring out necessary nuances and techniques of app development, and provides the much needed practical exposure. It also provides the essential guidance on how to add that extra zing to mobile apps by leveraging sensors, graphics, animation, multimedia and location awareness capabilities of smart devices.

&This book is a ‘do-it-yourself’ guide for all mobility enthusiasts who are looking forward to develop winning mobile apps.

About the author

Anubhav Pradhan is a technology evangelist and learning specialist with more than 17 years of IT industry experience in learning/education services. He currently heads the mobility academy at Infosys Limited that caters to diversified competency development requirements across a wide spectrum of mobile technologies – native apps development, responsive web design, mobile crossplatforms, mobile middleware, mobile validation, and mobile application management.

He has designed and delivered several large-scale competency development programs on a wide range of technologies across the globe. He has several publications to his credit that include the book ‘Raising Enterprise Applications’ (Wiley, 2010). He holds a master degree in Mathematics.

ISBN: 978-81-2654-660-2 | Price: INR 479.00

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