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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!
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!
As the Android Market grows, your app’s ability to be found in the Market decreases…unless you take steps to improve the “findability” of your listing. Learn more in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Want to get help with Android development, but find the Android Google Groups a bit crowded? Try out some independent Android communities, old and new, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
When the doors blew off the iPhone App Store on its initial launch, with trivial applications earning developers thousands of dollars per day, I knew that eventually, people would expect the same thing with Android. The problem is, the iPhone App Store circumstances just don’t happen all that frequently.
Want to find useful bits of Java in and amongst the sea of Android source code? Get a map in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Today marks the first in a series of posts on various Android development resources that you may want to keep in mind as you start in on The Next Great Android Killer App.
First up: Planet Android.
Sometimes, you need to project an actual Android device’s screen to a large audience, not just the “screen” from the emulator. You could use an expensive device projector, or you can try DroidEx, a free desktop app for showing a live look at your Android device’s screen on your development workstation.
Android aficionados have a laundry list of things they would like to see added to Android proper. Some of these are being addressed in the so-called “cupcake” development path, but
While the T-Mobile G1’s 320×480 screen is a luxury to those who developed apps for less-spacious screens, it always seems like you could use just a bit more room. Here
T-Mobile is building up a substantial team of Android developers, architects, and QA engineers to help propel the T-Mobile G1 and tackle the cutting edge of tomorrow’s coolest products and
Both the Android 1.0 SDK and the T-Mobile G1 announcements had some interesting tidbits that didn’t attract all the news coverage, but might impact you as an Android developer in the coming weeks and months.