October 31, 2014
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Setting up the Amazon Mobile App SDK Eclipse Plugin
The Amazon Mobile App SDK Eclipse Plugin allows you to easily integrate Amazon APIs into your Android Eclipse project, as well as add or remove Amazon APIs from your project.
Tags : Amazon, Eclipse, API, Android, SDK, mobile app, plugin
Setting Up Your Kindle Fire Development Environment
Before you can start developing mobile apps for Kindle Fire tablets, you must first set up your development environment. Read on to learn more.
Tags : Amazon, SDK, development environment, kindle fire
Using WebViews on Tablets with HD Screens
The new Kindle Fire HD 7" and 8.9" tablets introduce high definition screens that provide an improved user interface, and high resolution images. While native layouts make use of these higher resolutions, layouts within WebViews may require some HTML adjustments to be made.
Tags : Amazon, HD, screen, kindle fire
Creating An Effective App Detail Page: Product Descriptions
Writing your app was the hard part, but it’s not the last part. You still need to sell your app. Here's how to make sure your description puts your app in the best light.
Tags : Amazon, gaming, product descriptions
Getting Started with the Amazon In-App Purchasing API
See how to use the Amazon In-App Purchasing API to make it easy to offer digital content and subscriptions including in-game currency, expansion packs, upgrades, magazine issues and more. You can be up and running in minutes!
Tags : Amazon, API, gaming, In-app Purchasing
How to Prep Your Android Apps for Kindle Fire
Face it, a lot of Kindles have been sold. While most developers have had few problems transitioning apps to run on the Kindle Fire HD tablets, Amazon has identified a few development tips you can use to deliver a great experience on the HD tablets.
Tags : Amazon, Mobile tools, tablet, Kindle Fire HD
Migrating from OpenFeint to Amazon GameCircle
Amazon GameCircle offers achievements, leaderboards, and cross-device game synchronization. Updating an existing game to use GameCircle instead of OpenFeint can be done with some relatively straightforward changes.
Tags : Amazon, gaming, APIs
Amazon Mobile App SDK Eclipse Plugin—Making it Easy to Integrate Amazon APIs into Your Android Apps
Amazon provides a number of APIs for mobile developers to use to build more robust applications. Learn about In-app Purchasing, GameCircle, Map, and other APIs.
Tags : Amazon, Amazon Map API, Amazon GameCircle API, In-app Purchasing
Apple Continues to Fight for the App Store Name
The company is demanding more evidence in its trademark battle with Amazon.
Tags : Amazon, Android, Apple, lawsuit, app store, trademark, appstore
Report: Cloud Development Reduces Developer Hours by up to 80 Percent
Using Amazon's cloud computing services made the development and deployment process up to twice as fast.
Tags : cloud computing, AWS, Amazon, IDC, enterprise application, cloud development
Google Announces New Android Music and Movies Services
The new update to the Honeycomb tablet OS, dubbed "Ice Cream Sandwich", features new music storage and movie rental services.
Tags : Amazon, music, movies
Mining Amazon.com Catalog Data with Ruby
The Ruby/AWS library lets you integrate Amazon's Product Advertising API -- an interface for mining Amazon's enormous product catalog -- into your Web applications.
Tags : Ruby, Amazon Web Services, Amazon
Amazon Web Services: A Developer Primer
With Amazon Web Services (AWS), developers get both scalable services that they can use to architect their applications and the flexibility to run any software on Amazon's compute cloud.
Tags : cloud computing, Web services, AWS, Amazon, Amazon EC2
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