Instant Android Fragmentation Management How-to

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Learn
  • Make applications that recognize what version they are running on
  • Create version specific themes for your applications that look native on any device
  • Build applications that work smoothly on any Android version
  • Use core classes for thread management
  • Import external libraries using Eclipse to make developing applications easier
About

There are currently 7 different versions of operating systems for Android. A growing issue is fragmentation. With the number of Android users and the variety of versions available, Android fragmentation is a huge problem. This little book is the solution.
Instant Android Fragmentation Management How-to is a step-by-step guide to writing applications that can run on all devices starting from Android 1.6. With simple solutions for complex problems, this book will walk you through the biggest issues facing Android developers today.

This book will take you through the newest features in the latest version of Android, and shows you how to utilize them in the older versions using the compatibility library. This practical guide allows you to focus on  creating the best application possible without worrying about compatibility.

All the heavy lifting is done for you. Using user interface, adapting your application will work perfectly on any Android operating system. Asynchronous data management will also allow your applications to run smoothly on any device.

Everything you need to run your app on any version of Android is right here.

Features
  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results.
  • Learn how to write apps that work on any Android version
  • Ready to use code to solve any compatibility issue
  • Get hands-on with the biggest issue that faces Android developers
Page Count 66
Course Length 1 hours 58 minutes
ISBN 9781782160878
Date Of Publication 22 Jan 2013

Authors

Gianluca Pacchiella

Gianluca Pacchiella is an Italian developer living in Turin. He has a Master's degree in Physics and a PhD in Mathematics. He started programming in 2000 with some weird web languages (PHP, MySQL, HTML4, and CSS), but soon he was fascinated by real programming on the UNIX systems, and fell in love with C language (and a little bit of assembly). Some years later, Gianluca bought an Android phone and started to learn everything about it and about embedded systems. Meanwhile, he continued to improve his skills with the web application, using the Python language and the Django framework together with the Nginx web server and the PostgreSQL database. In his spare time, he tries to learn security concepts and cryptography applied to his projects.