In this installment of our series on developing cross platform mobile solutions with Xamarin, you’ll learn how to create an iOS implementation.
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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.
The i'm Watch smart watch for Android is a good concept that perhaps was too ambitious in its first iteration.
Motorola recently released a special API that Android developers can use to integrate the ATRIX fingerprint reader into their Android apps. Learn how to use it!
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.
The line-up of Samsung Galaxy Tabs introduce many development opportunities. Learn how to target this diverse set of devices for fun and profit.
The Nexus S, the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) flagship and launch device, introduced many interesting hardware and software features that make the device interesting to develop for.
Here are techniques for Android device users to lengthen battery life and for Android developers to ensure their applications manage power efficiently.
Android tablets are coming. Luckily, many design principles for writing great Android tablet apps really apply to all device targets.