Mark Murphy, founder of CommonsWare, writes a lot.
His most recent books have been focused on second-generation Android app development (Kotlin and the Android Jetpack):
Elements of Android Jetpack, a new introductory book on Android app development, focused on second-generation techniques. Version 2.1 is available, with 926 pages, covering Android Studio 4.2 and up through Android 11.
Exploring Android, a series of step-by-step tutorials for building an Android app from scratch. This book is being rewritten to demonstrate using Kotlin and the Jetpack libraries. Version 2.1 is available, with 34 tutorials spanning 612 pages.
Elements of Android R, to help you deal with the changes introduced by Android 11 (code-named "R"). The final version is available, with 140 pages of material on everything from scoped storage changes to data access auditing to sharing UIs between apps to bubbles.
Elements of Android Room, to help you incorporate Google's reactive object wrapper around SQLite. Version 0.5 is available, comprising 244 pages.
Elements of Kotlin, a guide to the Kotlin programming language, which is rapidly gaining in popularity for Android app development. Version 1.0 is available, comprising 418 pages.
Elements of Kotlin Coroutines, exploring Kotlin's new first-class reactive programming system. Version 0.3 is available, comprising 244 pages.
In the beginning, Android development was focused on Java and, partially, on the Android Support Library. Mark's earliest books share that focus:
The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development, the first and largest book on Android app programming
Things Other Than Books
He runs the
jetc.dev weekly newsletter for Jetpack Compose.
Heck, he even has a blog.
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