I've been reading a book called "Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide". In this book, you create projects under the guidance of the author such as:
GeoQuiz: In your first app, you will explore the fundamentals of Android projects,activities, layouts, and explicit intents.
CriminalIntent The largest app in the book, CriminalIntent lets you keep a record of your colleagues’ lapses around the office. You will learn to use fragments, master-detail interfaces, list-backed interfaces, menus, the camera, implicit intents,and more.
BeatBox: Intimidate your foes with this app while you learn more about fragments, media playback, MVVM architecture, data binding, testing, themes, and drawables.
According to this thread, the general consensus is that you should not put books in your resume, rather put projects that showcase your experience.
However, would it be a good idea to put list projects such as those showcased above that one has made under the guidance of a book on one's resume?