At Google I/O today we announced the latest version of the Android platform, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). With Jelly Bean, we’ve made the great things about Android even better with improved system performance and enhanced user features.
Lint helps track down layout layout issues, from internationalization and accessibility problems to performance issues. On every single GUI edit, lint runs incrementally on the currently edited layout....
To me the most impressive feature of the Android operating system is Android intents. Looking at competing mobile operating systems trying to figure out how to integrate Twitter and Facebook to their platforms makes me smile.
If I had to compare iOS to Android and only list one major benefit iOS has over Android, it would be the scrolling list performance, hands down (and I’m not the only one, or two, or three to say this...).
The main purpose of this article is to list out all the useful tips/tricks that i have tweeted (some of you may be my followers – @pareshmayani). And if you are followers then you may have noticed i have been tweeting several tips related to Android development. So for those peoples who are not my followers, i would like to list out those tweets here.
Continuous Delivery (CD) makes sense on so many levels that I’m not even going try to restate its benefits. There have also been reams written on achieving continuous delivery when you’re in the business of developing, say, web apps. However, there is far less on the continuous delivery of private enterprise Android applications.
There's been a lot of research in the Android security space. The most notable examples are Jon Oberheide's fake Twilight app, Georgia Weidman's SMS bot, and the numerous clever root exploits. Recently in the mainstream media, there's been buzz about apps (allegedly) misusing permissions; some of these apps include Facebook, Skype, Path, and just about every advertisement library.
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