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Amazon Appstore for Android has become a very popular way to publish and distribute Android applications. This is good for Android developers, right?
How does a traditional Web developer bridge the technical gap between Web and mobile environments? Enter PhoneGap.
Sencha Touch is a mobile Web application framework with a unique set of compelling features based largely on HTML5 and CSS3.
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Discover how to start developing for the Android platform with this extensive guide, which provides a reference to the Android platform as well as a look at developing your first Android application. You'll explore the top 10 features for developers as well as learn design and development tips that go beyond the phone and target tablet development as well.
Web developers can tailor the user experiences for Android, who generally consume web content on small screens, slower cellular networks, and resource constrained devices.
With the jQTouch plugin, Web developers can build mobile Web applications that overcome the unique challenges presented by mobile environments.
Android developers can now write exciting new softphone applications using Android SIP APIs. Find out what the SIP APIs can do, how they work, and which devices support them.
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.
Explore the quality assurance options in the Android SDK's testing tools and APIs.
The Android emulator is an essential tool for app developers. Learn how to use it effectively to develop and test your applications.
Android 3.0+, aka Honeycomb, offers hardware acceleration for standard views, but it is not enabled by default. Learn how to enable hardware acceleration in Honeycomb.