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Android Roundup: Week of May 28, 2012

Cool things this week: Using ActionBarSherlock¬†to allow for the use of an action bar on all versions of Android with a single API Headaches this week: In order to increase performance slightly, remove logging from within the application Issues…

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Android Roundup: Week of May 14, 2012

Cool things this week: Having an application continue to track the user’s GPS location while backgrounded. To do this, use a service to listen to location changes from the GPS while the activity is backgrounded. App to App deep linking.…

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Android Roundup: Week of May 7, 2012

Cool things this week: Analytic options: use Google Analytics, Flurry, or Omniture. There’s also a new tool called Mixpanel that has potential. This is something we’ll explore soon. Headaches this week: Navigating to linkified textview with d-pad goes to the…

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Android Roundup: Week of April 30, 2012

Cool things this week: Communicating with devices via the Android device’s audio port, use AudioRecord. To read out, use AudioTrack. Headaches this week: Liking an app on Facebook through the app is not robust, it’s easier to redirect users to…

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Android Roundup: April 27, 2012

Cool things this week: Listening for bootup broadcasts. This can only work after the application has run at least once on ICS or it has been opened after a force close occurred. Getting the user location in the background for…

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Android Roundup: April 13, 2012

Cool things this week: ViewGroup clipping – no simple way to clip the contents of a ViewGroup Using XMPP or MQTT to communicate between devices and server is possible Horizontal gallery native widget on Google TV is useful, but it…

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Android Roundup: April 5, 2012

Cool things this week: HTTPS proxy for a webview Forking the Ice Cream Sandwich launcher JSON calls directly to java layer using webview client Communication between devices via a server Running JavaScript in web view to call Java code Headaches…

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