he well-written application accesses its resources programmatically instead of hard coding them into the source code.This is done for a variety of reasons. Storing application resources in a single place is a more organized approach to development and makes the code more readable and maintainable. Externalizing resources such as strings makes it easier to localize applications for different languages and geographic regions.
In this chapter, you learn how Android applications store and access important resources such as strings, graphics, and other data.You also learn how to organize Android resources within the project files for localization and different device configurations.
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