Original article (in spanish) posted on http://vidagnu.blogspot.it/ In this post I want to show the steps you must follow to have a Development Environment for Android in your Linux distro. What do you need?
Desde hace un tiempo, mucha gente me pregunta cómo pueden hacer para aprender a programar en Android desde cero. Sin saber nada de programar. Rien de rien. Nothing. Veamos, por la experiencia personal,...
With Android 4.4 KitKat now officially out we are looking ahead to learning about the newest release of the platform. The build is debuted with the Nexus 5 on Halloween, however previous Nexus products should also see the Hershey-inspired version in due time. In fact, we might look for 4.4 KitKat on a variety of devices, perhaps going back a few years. Why? According to Google, the goal with KitKat is to “make an amazing Android experience available for everybody”.
Sending and receiving SMS messages are fundamental features on mobile devices and many developers have built successful apps that enhance this experience on Android. Some of you have built SMS apps using hidden APIs—a practice we discourage because hidden APIs may be changed or removed and new devices are not tested against them for compatibility. So, to provide you with a fully supported set of APIs for building SMS apps and to make the user experience for messaging more predictable, Android 4.4 (KitKat) makes the existing APIs public and adds the concept of a default SMS app, which the user can select in system settings.
KitKat, the newest version of Android, is rolling in the market with its latest features. However, there are some hidden features that users are unaware of. Explore this post to know the hidden surprises brought by this latest update for its users.
Android, undoubtedly, is one of the most popular operating system to develop collection of application for smart devices and thus, the demand for Android apps development is also rising among the users.
For those who are unfamiliar to the coding part or traditional development, cross platforms are available. There are many platforms available that helps for developing games, e-books, business apps etc.
There are two things that you should know about me:
I am an IDE enthusiastI am a productivity geek
So two years ago, when I switched toIntellij IDEA, on which Android Studio is based, I spent a lot of time looking for shortcuts and techniques to become more productive. Since you are here, I suspect you might be doing the same so I’ll try to make it easier and faster for you!