November 23, 2014
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XML Processing in Java EE 7

Manoj Debnath provides an overview of how to parse XML documents using JAXB, SAX, and DOM.

Getting Started with Google's Android Studio

Android Studio is the first IDE dedicated entirely to Android. Find out how it compares to Eclipse, and develop a Hello World app in the new IDE.

Design an Android UI for Multiple Devices

Ensure your Android app runs smoothly on devices with different screen sizes, pixel densities and rotation behavior.

Refactoring Android in Eclipse: Accelerate Your Android App Development

Find out how Eclipse's Android refactoring options can help you create and ship your Android apps faster and with less hassle.

Mastering Eclipse Content Assist for Android

Eclipse Content Assist for Android can significantly speed up Android app development -- if you understand how to use the function correctly.

Bring Location Services into Your Android App Development

Enable your Android app to tap into Android location services, pinpoint a user's location and then do something useful with it.

Android UI Design Basics for Developers
In Android app development, UI is everything. Learn how to ensure your app's UI design doesn't let you down.

Android Notification Best Practices: Don't Annoy Your Users

Android app developers often misuse notifications -- annoying users and risking having their apps uninstalled. Learn the do's and don'ts of Android notifications.

Android App Performance Testing: An End-to-end Approach

With end-to-end performance testing, Android developers gain a true understanding of how their apps will behave.

Android DDMS: Powerful Debugging Tool for Android App Testing

The Dalvik Debug Monitor Server (DDMS) is one of the most powerful Android debugging tools out there. Find out why.

OpenGL ES for Android Graphics Programming

Build your first OpenGL ES project in Android.

Eclipse Android Tutorial: Working with Libraries

Add the power of libraries to your Android project.

Face Detection with Android APIs

Learn how to use Android face detection APIs to identify faces in bitmap images.

Android vs. Qt: A Mobile Developer's Comparative Review

Android and Qt are productive platforms for developing mobile apps. Is Android the no-brainer choice it seems to be?

The 10 Rookie Mistakes Every Android Developer Should Avoid

If you've resolved to make 2012 the year you jump into Android development, here are some Android n00b pitfalls to avoid.

Getting Started with JUnit on Android

JUnit is a great unit testing platform for Java applications and now it offers special APIs for Android developers. Learn how to get started with JUnit on Android.

Create Flexible Android UIs with Fragments

The Android Fragment API enables developers to create flexible user interfaces for different screen sizes and provide screen workflow alternatives. Learn how to use this API.

10 Must-Have Android Tools for Developers

The Android SDK ships with dozens of tools. These 10 are the most important for Android developers to know.

Oracle Tool Lets Developers Extend Java Apps to Mobile Platforms

New Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile Client enables developers to extend enterprise apps to Java-enabled smartphones.

Android Development 101: Tools Review of Android SDK

Chris Bennett demonstrates the Android development tools provided with the Google Android SDK in this concise video.

Protect Your Android Applications from Software Piracy

With ProGuard support in the Eclipse ADT plugin, Android developers can maintain a level of protection in their Android application code.

RIM Bets on WebWorks for BlackBerry App Development Platform

RIM chooses WebWorks as a common mobile development environment across BlackBerry smartphones and the upcoming PlayBook tablet.

Spring Android: Bringing Spring Components to Your Android Apps

Spring Android helps unify the worlds of enterprise and Android development, offering a simple framework for accessing RESTful resources.

Android Is Closer to Windows Phone 7 Than Developers May Think

The differences between Android and Windows Phone 7 are mostly skin deep, so enterprising Android developers can port their current apps over to Windows Phone 7.

How a Java Developer Can Build a Windows Phone 7 Application

Want more distribution for your Java mobile app? Learn how to translate your Java skills onto the Windows Phone 7 platform.

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