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Enabling the Ecosystem: WIKITUDE, Part Two

Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this second post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

Google I/O 2009: Debugging. With Nunchucks.

See what Justin Mattson had to offer Google I/O 2009 attendees, in terms of Android app debugging techniques.

Make it All Opt-in and Stop Worrying So Much

The Center for Digital Democracy sure thinks that Google is up to no good with Android. Because a specific business model has not...

HTC Shifts to fast gears with its MAX 4G

HTC has announced the world's first ever 4G mobile device. HTC has successfully incorporated the features of WiMAX in to the MAX 4G, a...

Diagnosing Layout Problems

Yesterday, a post came over the transom on the Google Group, citing a problem in getting a RelativeLayout to work properly as a...

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...

Adding Tabs Dynamically

The TabWidget in Android is set up to allow you to easily define tabs at compile time. However, sometimes, you want to add tabs...

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 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...

Gettin’ On The (Message) Bus, Part Two

In our last episode, we discussed how the Android Intent systems functions, in effect, like a message bus, and how one can set up...
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