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Hi @aliullah456 !

Me and a friend of mine started a project with the Android community help over the world focused on helping people that wants to start the studies in Android platform.

It's a suggested learning path that you can follow to help you from zero to a app publishing, passing by all of the important Android concepts.

You can take a look in our Android Roadmap 2019 here:
github.com/mobile-roadmap/android-...

I hope that it helps you!
Feel free to contact me about it if you want :D

 
 

Basically the path has macro and micro content boxes, where the macro has the main Android topics and the micro boxes are the fragmented contents that you can pick to start studying. So, if you go from the top to the bottom of the path you will have a general vision about android development from zero to the app publishing

The information about how to use and how to contribute you can find in the readme.

 

Hey!
First of all Welcome!

If you know programming, i recommend hugely the Udacity android course, as it is made by google itself.

 

By the way if you suggest me any good YouTube channel it will be better to understand

 
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I am 22 years old doing my bachelor degree in computer science from international Islamic University of Islamabad