Content tagged with: android
Best-in-class application designers and developers will talk about their experience in developing for Android, showing screenshots from their app, exploring the challenges they faced, and offering creative solutions congruent with the Android Design guide. Guests will be invited to show examples of visual and interaction patterns in their application that manage to keep it simultaneously consistent and personal.
Faster and lighter is better, especially on mobile devices with limited resources. Learn advanced techniques to optimize for CPU, RAM, and I/O efficiency, and best practices for using JNI and SQLite.
This video provides an overview of the Android platform in the context of an actual micro-blogging application. Some topics covered include:
* Activities and Android UI
* Intents, Action Bar, and More
* Content Providers
* Lists and Adapters
* Broadcast Receivers
* App Widgets
This video reveals the things experienced game developers do to get good Google Play reviews, create a strong Android user experience, and be considered for featuring in Google Play Apps.
Romain Guy and Chet Haase from the Google Android UI Toolkit team talk about approaches for developing more effective user interfaces (UI) in Android applications. From performance to widgets to layout to animations, you’ll learn tons of top techniques that will make your UIs totally terrific.
This vidoe provides a tour of everything that’s new in Android developer tools, with guidance on how to use them for best results.
Designing for Android can be super complicated due to the multitude of device sizes. But does it have to be that way? In this talk, the presenter will show the design process she used while collaborating with a freelance designer to create Monkey Write. The design goal: To produce a single-device design while keeping an eye on elements that need to be fluid.
Adobe® Shadow is a new inspection and preview tool that allows front-end web developers and designers to work faster and more efficiently by streamlining the preview process, making it easier to customize websites for mobile devices. Adobe Shadow helps resolve this by giving you the ability to easily control browsing across multiple devices. It then complements this with debugging and inspection tools that enhance your ability to determine the exact causes of any issues.
Want to make great Android games, but you’re not a Java programmer? This video is for you. Android supports a toolchain for building applications in C/C++.
This video discusses the new APIs and tools available to develop applications that will work on both phones and tablets. I gives also tips to create a good user experience for users.