Tag "android development"
See what Justin Mattson had to offer Google I/O 2009 attendees, in terms of Android app debugging techniques.
Phone batteries are always smaller than we want. Jeff Sharkey at Google I/O 2009 covered some tips for how to use less power with your applications, while not loosing functionality.
One way to make money with Android is to win contests, such as the Android Developer Challenge 2 — read more here!
Learn about some upcoming advances for native code development on Android, discussed at Google I/O 2009!
Here’s the first installment of live reporting from Google I/O 2009, covering the keynote, including cool Android news!
More apps means a more compelling Android, yet the existing Java-centric environment means some will elect to skip our platform. Read more about how to overcome this in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
As developers have been noticing, getting noticed is hard. Just because you build an app and put it in the Android Market, the world will not beat a path to your door. Read another brainstorm on how to combat this issue in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Are you looking for somebody to help with your Android project? Are you somebody looking for Android development opportunities? The Help a ‘Droid Out (HADO) list may help. Learn more in today’s second episode of Building ‘Droids!
A new wiki is available to the Android community, focused on developing applications and the Android open source project. Learn more in today’s first episode of Building ‘Droids!
Android has limits as to how complicated its GUIs can be; Android 1.5 tightens these limits. Learn how to deal with one such limit in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Want to find bite-sized code samples of Android application development techniques? Learn more about AndroidSnippets.org in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
The Android community is looking for a few good people with experience setting up or managing tools like tinderbox or BuildBot. Intrigued? Read more in today’s Building ‘Droids!
Confused about how to implement a “cron”-style service in Android? Trying to figure out how to keep the device from falling right back asleep? Learn about these and more in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
In a sea of “desired features, improvements, and upgrades you would desire to see in a future Android release”, we have lots of people asking what Android can do for them. What we need are more people asking what they can do for Android.
Some Android applications will be relevant only to Android users. Other applications may be relevant to other market niches, niches that should be part of your marketing efforts. Learn more in today’s installment of Building ‘Droids!