Newbtorial: Hi I’m Android, Pleased to Meet You! (Part 1)

Okay, so this probably should have been Newbtorial edition number one, but not unlike most people who are engrossed in fanaticism over their favorite game, band, book, or you name it, I took for granted that most people know what Android is. How inconceivable that there could be some one out ...

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Tutorial: Autogrowing ListView

If you are building Android apps sooner or later you will use scrolling lists. And if you have more than 100 entries in the list it’s a good idea to load such list gradually. Best example of such list is “Inbox” in the Mail app: as you scroll to the bottom, the list will ...

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Newbtorial: Adding Sounds to Your Android Phone

Hello Android users, I thought I would be a good exercise to run through how to create/add new ringtones, alarms, and notifications. It is very easy to add new sounds to your phone by following the steps below.    

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Google I/O Predictions – Reader Submission

The following article is a reader submission from Ben Feldman.  You can follow him on twitter at BenFeldman.  We’re posting the article untouched, in it’s entirety. These are his predictions for the Google I/O conference which kicks off in a matter of hours. Google I/O 2009 is ...

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Google I/O to Offer Plenty of Android Tutorials, Surprises

Dan Morrill has been talking up Google I/O quite a bit lately, and for good reason.  It’s shaping up to be the event of the year for Android, in terms of developer help. The annual conference is Google’s largest developer gathering and includes sessions on working with various ...

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