October 22, 2016
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Java Mobile Programming for Android
Learn where Java fits in mobile application development and how to use Java and Android SDK to write applications that can work on Android devices.
Tags : Java, Android, Android SDK, android studio, Java ME, mobile programming, Android SDK Manager
Using Android Debug Bridge
Explore the most commonly used options within Android Debug Bridge.
Tags : Android, USB, Android SDK, Smart Watch, android studio, handheld devices, Android Debug Bridge, ADB
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.
Tags : Eclipse, Android, Android SDK, Dalvik VM, AVD, Android Debug Bridge, Android Emulator, LogCat, Hierarchy Viewer, Draw 9-Patch, Monkey Test, ProGuard
Building Your First Wearable Android App
Follow along and go through the necessary setup on mobile and wearable devices as well as configurations on Android Studio.
Tags : Google, Apple, Android SDK, Android app, Google Play Store, android studio, Android Wear, Wearable Android App
Developing Mobile Applications in .NET with Xamarin
Learn how to develop cross-platform applications with Xamarin and Visual Studio.
Tags : .NET, XML, Android, Visual Studio, Windows 7, mobile applications, Xamarin, Android SDK, Xamarin.Mobile, mobile application platforms, AXML
Getting Started with Android Development
This first article in a series on the essential knowledge needed to become an Android developer focuses on where to find and download the development tools, what they are, how to set them up, and how to keep them updated.
Tags : Java, Android, Android development, Android SDK
The Best Reasons to Target Windows 8
Like many other Android developers, you may not be sure what to make of Windows 8 and how it should fit in your plans. Learn some of the best reasons why you should seriously consider bringing your mobile development expertise to bear on the Windows 8 platform.
Tags : Android, Windows 8, Android SDK, windows store
Getting Started with the Android NDK
The Android NDK is a powerful feature that allows you to embed native C and C++ code components into your Android applications.
Tags : C, C++, Android development, Android SDK
Get Your Apps Ready for Android Ice Cream Sandwich
Find out what you can do today to prepare your existing and planned Android apps for the highly-anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich release.
Tags : Android SDK, android 4.0
Google Offers Ice Cream Sandwich Guidance
Developers can start getting ready for the next version of Android.
Tags : Android, Android development, Android SDK

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