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Android Developers Blog: Android SDK Tools, Revision 20

Android Developers Blog: Android SDK Tools, Revision 20 | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Along with the preview of the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) platform, we launched Android SDK Tools R20 and ADT 20.0.0. Here are a few things that we would like to highlight.

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Android Developers Blog: Introducing Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) preview platform, and more

Android Developers Blog: Introducing Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) preview platform, and more | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

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.

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Android UI Patterns: Swipe to Dismiss Coming to Android Lists

Android UI Patterns: Swipe to Dismiss Coming to Android Lists | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Roman Nurik posted initial beta implementation for swipe to dismiss code to Google+. The code is still beta quality and not production ready quite yet (read the original post by Roman)

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Android UI Patterns: Emerging UI Pattern - Side Navigation

Android UI Patterns: Emerging UI Pattern - Side Navigation | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Android UI has been improving with a phenomenal speed in the last year (I composed a small gallery of some apps I really like in Google+).

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Android – Dashboard design pattern implementation » TechnoTalkative

Android – Dashboard design pattern implementation » TechnoTalkative | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Problem: How to implement Dashboard pattern in android?

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Layout Editor Lint Feedback - Android Tools Project Site

Layout Editor Lint Feedback - Android Tools Project Site | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

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....

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Android – ListView inside AlertDialog » TechnoTalkative

Android – ListView inside AlertDialog » TechnoTalkative | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Problem: How to display ListView inside AlertDialog?

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Android Tip – How to define Getter/Setter methods? » TechnoTalkative

Android Tip – How to define Getter/Setter methods? » TechnoTalkative | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Hello All,
This is actually a tip to define Getter/Setter methods in easy way. In other terms you can say Object initialization....

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Android Action Bar Style Generator | Javalobby

Android Action Bar Style Generator | Javalobby | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Jeff Gilfelt (@readyState, http://jeffgilfelt.com/)
just released a brilliant new tool for generating Android action bar
styles. The online tool...
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Quick Actions - Tutorial | Tutorial | Android | Java | ChupaMobile

Quick Actions - Tutorial | Tutorial | Android | Java | ChupaMobile | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
How to implement Android simple quick actions. Quick action is a pop-up-like component which displays actions that can be performed on an object.
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Holo - The New Look of Android | Javalobby

Holo - The New Look of Android | Javalobby | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Google introduced Holo theme
with the Honeycomb (Android 3.0). They improved it in ICS (Android 4.0)
release. With ICS Google also added a requirement to...
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Android SMS popup - Part Four: Implicit Intents | Mobile Zone

Android SMS popup - Part Four: Implicit Intents | Mobile Zone | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
In Part One, we captured SMS messages using a BroadcastReceiver. In Part Two, among a set of options, we chose to pass the needed SMS information (sender,...
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Android UI Design Patterns: Android is Awesome. Here's Why.

Android UI Design Patterns: Android is Awesome. Here's Why. | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

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.

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Android Text To Speech APIKirandir | Kirandir

Android Text To Speech APIKirandir | Kirandir | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Since android version 1.6, google has shipped a Text To Speech API called TTS.
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Android Protips

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Michael Pardo offers tips for creating usable and good looking Android applications: remember the user, make everything easy, be nice to the user, the device and yourself.
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Android Developers Blog: Helping you build beautiful, powerful, successful apps

Just in time for Google I/O next week, the Android Developers site is stepping into a new look that is streamlined, simplified, and refocused.

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Android: Smooth List Scrolling - Java Code Geeks

Android: Smooth List Scrolling - Java Code Geeks | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

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...).

 

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A Slim jQuery Library for Android – AQuery - AMT Blog

A Slim jQuery Library for Android – AQuery - AMT Blog | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Android-Query (AQuery) is a slim jQuery library for doing asynchronous tasks and manipulating UI elements in Android. It seeks to make android coding simpler, easier, and more fun!

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Transactional android applications | JBossTS team blog | Planet JBoss Community

OK, so it's taken me longer than I expected, but I finally found some time to commit the transactional Android code that I mentioned back in January...

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30 helpful Android development Tips/Tricks » TechnoTalkative

30 helpful Android development Tips/Tricks » TechnoTalkative | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

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.

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Cloudreach Dev Blog: Delivering Enterprise Android Applications Continuously

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.

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Scaling Android Emulator Size: Without using Eclipse | Javalobby

Scaling Android Emulator Size: Without using Eclipse | Javalobby | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
As you might have read following my previous post I'm
currently experimenting with mobile web solutions. In such a case,
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Integrating Google Maps in Android App | Tutorial | Android | Java | ChupaMobile

Integrating Google Maps in Android App | Tutorial | Android | Java | ChupaMobile | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Learn how to integrate the Google Maps and Geolocation API into an Android application.
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Zero-Permission Android Applications - Leviathan Security Group

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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Android Fundamentals: Picking App Components

Android Fundamentals: Picking App Components | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
When you're new to a platform, deciding what components to use to build a solution can be challenging.
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