This post talks about the basics and fundamentals of Android development. So if you know java and eager to program for the Android platform, read on.
I recently developed an iOS app for a large organization and published it on itunes. Received some good feedback, however, turns out that half of the users have Android phones. So i started looking at developing an Android version of the iOS app. Plus according to Google, more than 350,000 android devices are being shipped on any given day which translates to 1 million new Android users every 3 days!
Compared to iPhone, Android has quite a few vendors shipping different kinds of Android phones (LG, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, etc.). However, good news is that now there is a one common platform on which to develop Android apps – the latest one is called honeycomb 🙂
So lets start with the basics. And Android…
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