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Return of the Fancy ListViews

We resurrect a long-gone blog post series by returning to the issue of fancy ListViews, taking advantage of new APIs in Android 1.6/2.0, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

Fancy ListViews Redux: 0.9 SDK and RatingBar

You may remember way back when (e.g., July 2008) when Building 'Droids featured a six-post series on creating fancy ListView implementations, culminating in a...

Fancy ListViews, Part Six: Custom Widget

In this, the last and longest of our Fancy ListView posts, we'll cover what it takes to wrap up the logic from the ChecklistDemo...

Fancy ListViews, Part Five

In one of our earlier posts in this Fancy ListViews series, Michal asked "could you make also a short tutorial on changing the background...

Fancy ListViews, Part Four

In our last episode, we took a closer look at the ViewHolder/ViewWrapper pattern for making ListViews that much more efficient to render. Today, we...

Fancy ListViews, Part Three

In our last episode, we saw how we could save processing time -- and, hence, battery life -- by recycling existing row views in...

Fancy ListViews, Part Two

In our last episode, we saw how to create Android ListViews that contain more than just a simple list of strings. In particular, we...

Fancy ListViews, Part One

The classic Android ListView is a plain list of text -- solid but uninspiring. This is the first in a series of posts where...

Google I/O 2009: Making Your Apps Better, Stronger, Faster

In the last session writeup from Google I/O 2009, see what Romain Guy had to offer us in the area of ways of making our Android apps run faster.

Why Android Developers Need a Business Model

Think your Android app money problems are just because the Android Market has issues? Think again. Look at the numbers for the iPhone App Store, and the ramifications for Android developers, on today's extra-special episode of Building 'Droids!

Android 2.2: A Developer’s Perspective

So, what does Android 2.2 really mean for the average Android developer? Learn more in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

Android APIs: A Spectrum of Openness

Does Android have private APIs? That depends on what you consider "private" and an "API". Learn more in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

Fatal Assumptions: Touch

The Fatal Assumptions blog post series will review some assumptions Android application developers may make, and why those assumptions may harm their app's acceptance,...

Code Pollution: Background Control

Background processes have their place on Android, and the fact that they are possible gives Android more flexibility than some of the alternatives. There can be too much of a good thing, though -- learn more in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

Kickstart Your Android App Funding

A 50th Android business model is to go with a pre-paid funding model, collecting the money needed to build the app up front. Learn more about how you can achieve this using Kickstarter in today's episode of Building 'Droids!
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