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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO ANDROID, MOBILE DEVICES, AND THE MARKETPLACE 1
Product Comparison 2
The .NET Framework 2
Mono for Android 4
Mono for Android Components 5
Development Tools 6
Mobile Development 6
Getting Around Support Issues 7
Design Issues 7
History of Android 8
Writing Web-Based Applications for Android 9
Writing Native Applications for Android 9
Android Development Issues 9
Android SDK Tools 10
Android Development Costs 11
Wallace B. McClure is a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and member of the national INETA Speaker's Bureau, and has a popular blog and podcast.
Nathan Blevins is an ASPInsider, a public speaker, and blogs at http://nathanblevins.com.
John J. Croft IV is an author, developer, and senior technical manager for Turner Broadcasting System in Atlanta.
Jonathan Dick develops mobile applications, maintains and contributes to several open source projects for mobile, and blogs about it all at http://redth.info.
Chris Hardy, a Microsoft ASPInsider, is a .NET consultant focusing on MonoTouch and Mono for Android development and tweets @chrisntr.