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Taking Application Release Automation to the Next Level | Xebia Blog

Taking Application Release Automation to the Next Level | Xebia Blog | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Whether the driver is Agile, Cloud or DevOps1, or a “plain old” efficiency drive or process improvement initiative, forward-thinking organisations are currently looking for ways to improve their application release processes through automation

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Android 101: Styles and Themes | Broculos.net

Android 101: Styles and Themes | Broculos.net | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

What are styles and themes in Android? From the Android’s Developer Guide we know that:A style is a collection of properties...

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Android SQLite Database Tutorial | AndroidHive | Tutorials, Games, Apps, Tips

Android SQLite Database Tutorial | AndroidHive | Tutorials, Games, Apps, Tips | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Androidhive.info is a blog maintained by Ravi Tamada focused on Android tutorials...
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Android 101: How to create an options menu for the Action Bar | Broculos.net

Android 101: How to create an options menu for the Action Bar | Broculos.net | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

A menu is useful to provide access to different parts of your application. It's easy to add a menu to an Android application. Let's see how to do it.

 

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Android 101: Error handling and reporting | Broculos.net

Android 101: Error handling and reporting | Broculos.net | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Error handling and reporting is an important aspect of an application because not only will you be aware of the more troublesome areas of your application, but you will also be able to provide a graceful experience in the event that your application crashes.

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Android SQLite Database - Tutorial

Android SQLite Database - Tutorial | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Using the Android SQLite Database This tutorial describes how to use the SQLite database in Android applications. The tutorial is based on Eclipse 3.7, Java 1.6 and Android 2.2.
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Apache Geronimo : Apache Geronimo v3.0-beta-1 Release

Apache Geronimo v3.0-beta-1 Release...
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Android 101: Working with Google Buzz API | Broculos.net

This article is part of an Android Development Guide. The guide focuses on several subjects necessary to build a fully functional basic app, talking about several features that were introduced in Honeycomb and are still valid for Ice Cream Sandwich

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Android 101: Development environment and project creation | Broculos.net

Android 101: Development environment and project creation | Broculos.net | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

This article is part of an Android Development Guide. The guide focuses on several subjects necessary to build a fully functional basic app, talking about

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Serialization In Android - Android Development | Dream.In.Code

Serialization In Android - Android Development | Dream.In.Code | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
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Managing Complex Mobile Transactions - An Android Implementation | CapTech Consulting Blogs

Managing Complex Mobile Transactions - An Android Implementation | CapTech Consulting Blogs | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
A colleague of mine, Jack Cox, wrote an article recently about managing complex mobile transactions.  The article is written with an iOS slant but I found it very interesting and wondered if the paradigm could be implemented in Android and...
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Testing Android Applications – Going from Zero to Hero | simpligility

Okay... my voice is better now that I had a cup of hot water after holding the workshop about testing Android applications and talking for 4 hours.
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Android 101 | Learn Android SDK Programming

Android 101 | Learn Android SDK Programming | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications.
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Android 101: Storing and retrieving user preferences | Broculos.net

Letting users customize an application to their liking is one of the most basic features of an application. In this article we will describe how you can build a preferences screen for your Android application and how to store and retrieve user preferences.

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Android Maven Plugin 3.0.0 released

For those of you who have been on the 3.0.0-alphas, the most interesting piece of news since 3.0.0-alpha-14, is that Proguard support is now built-in, using the same proguard.conf as Google's tools use

 

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Plurals in Android » Developer Papercuts

Plurals in Android » Developer Papercuts | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

Android supports Plurals. Plurals are XML based resources which allow to handle different quantities. This way you can select the right text based on the quantity. In your XML file you specify values for the quantities “zero”, “one”, “two”, “many”, “few”, “many”, “other” and in your code you use the method getQuantityString() to...

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Android 101: Storing and retrieving user preferences | Broculos.net

Letting users customize an application to their liking is one of the most basic features of an application. In this article we will describe how you can build a preferences screen for your Android application and how to store and retrieve user preferences.

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Android 101: Using Google Analytics in your Android application | Broculos.net

Android 101: Using Google Analytics in your Android application | Broculos.net | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

To add Google Analytics support in your Android application you need to follow these steps:

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Android 4.0 Development Tutorial

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Development with Android Gingerbread and Eclipse This tutorial describes how to create Android applications with Eclipse. It is based on Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo), Java 1.6 and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
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Android – JSON Parsing example » TechnoTalkative

Many times we get JSON string as a response from web server, now we have to parse the JSON string into either array, objects or values to display the response in the particular views like ListView, TextView, etc.

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Alexander Beletsky's Development Blog: Develop with tests

Alexander Beletsky's Development Blog: Develop with tests | Android Development for all | Scoop.it

I've been recently thinking about my TDD and I came to interesting conclusion. I'm not TDD practitioner any more!

TDD is quite strict practice, it suppose you


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Android Development with Maven

If you are a Java developer, and you want to write software for mobile devices, Android is without a doubt the most accessible mobile development platform out there

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Full Android source code released | TechRepublic

The source code for Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich and Android 3.x Honeycomb has been released on Google’s Android open-source project Git serve...
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Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich's Awesomeness is in the Little Things | ZDNet

Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich's Awesomeness is in the Little Things | ZDNet | Android Development for all | Scoop.it
At the AnDevCon Android Developer Conference, Google highlighted Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich’s appeal to the legions of Android Market coders...
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