Getting started as an Android developer can be a bit confusing. Unlike developing for iOS or Windows Phone, Android developers have lots of choices. We can choose our development o/s: Windows, Mac, or Linux. We can choose our IDE: Eclipse, Intellij, or the new Android Studio. We can even choose our device emulators: stick with […]Read more "Getting Started with Android Development in 2015 – Windows Version"
A complete demo application is on my GitHub account at: https://github.com/Rockncoder/WebView Android’s WebViews are pretty easy to use with the notable exception of the WebChromeClient’s onCreateWindow. It is called when the webview would like the host application to create a new window. And new is the key. If you don’t create a new webview, the […]Read more "Understanding Android’s WebChromeClient onCreateWindow Method"
That’s one big check OK boys and girls, for the past few years Samsung has held developer challenges and hackathons for big prize money. This year they’ve upped the ante to $1,250,000. That isn’t a single prize, but the total prize money which will given away in a series of challenges and hackathons open to […]Read more "Samsung Gear App Challenge Coming in May"
Here are the slides from tonight’s talk on using the Chrome Dev Tools to improve your site’s performance.Read more "How to improve your site’s performance with the Chrome Dev Tools"
Android is the hottest operating system on the planet, but it can be a pain to get up and going with it. You have to install Java, an IDE, the ADT, a bunch of SDKs, and emulators. Even once you get all that installed, getting an app working and then deploying it to the Google […]Read more "Beginning Android Class in SoCal"