Resource Roundup: Snips and Snails
AndroidSnippets.org recently launched to warehouse code snippets of interest to Android application developers. Anyone can join and post snippets, which are turned into quasi-blog posts, complete with comments and voting. You can keep tabs on the available snippets via feeds (snippets or comments) and Twitter.
Here’s hoping that the number of snippets steadily grows, helping to make this site popular for savvy Android application developers.
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