Android Dictionary

August 21, 2016

(This article was first published on R – FordoX, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Learning a new language is hard because it requires new cognitive frameworks. While learning a new language, you will come across new terms and words whose meaning you need to learn along with it’s usage. With age and experience, your vocabulary will develop and that will serve as a fundamental tool in communication.

Developing Android apps is similar to leaning a new language all together. Although it primarily uses the Java language for coding, one also has to know the underlying Android framework, the structure on which it is based. Following is a list of some of the online available dictionaries which you may refer to whenever required during your learning or implementation process. The more you use it, you’ll reinforce your knowledge and your memory.


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