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Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
Building Your First Android Experience
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  1. 1 Building Your First Android Experience Web 2.0 • Tony Hillerson
  2. Tony Hillerson Software Architect - EffectiveUI Rails, Flex, Java ‣ Mobile ✦ iPhone and Android http://thillerson.blogspot.com http://twitter.com/thillerson http://brightkite.com/people/thillerson http://github.com/thillerson/first_android_experience/ http://slideshare.com/thillerson/first-android-experience 2
  3. Agenda Introduction Tour Our First Project Cooking with Android 3
  4. an•droid android noun Your plastic pal that’s a robot with a human fun to be with! appearance. - Sirius Cybernetics Corporation - Encyclopedia Galactica What’s an Android? Operating System for Mobile Devices HTC G1 SDK Compiler, tools and IDE Market Free or paid A Platform for your Applications 4
  5. Open Handset Alliance http://www.openhandsetalliance.com/ Over 40 members Device Manufacturers, Networks, Chipmakers, Software Companies, etc 5
  6. Open Source Framework Open it! - http://source.android.com/ SDK - http://developer.android.com IDE Runs in Eclipse 6
  7. 7 Platform
  8. Linux 8
  9. • Surface Manager Native Libraries • 2D+3D Graphics (OpenGL) + Media • SQLite • Browser (webkit) Linux 9
  10. Runtime + Dalvik VM • Lightweight Java VM • Efficient Bytecode Native Libraries Linux 10
  11. • Activity Manager Android Framework • Content Provider • Location Manager • Notification Manager Runtime + Dalvik VM Native Libraries Linux 11
  12. • Contacts System Apps • Phone Dialer • E-mail • Web Browser Android Framework Runtime + Dalvik VM Native Libraries Linux 12
  13. System Apps + Ur Appz Android Framework Runtime Native Libraries Linux 13
  14. 14 Vocabulary
  15. Activity: A single screen. Your app is made up of one or more Activities 15
  16. Service: A task that can be running while not visible. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, iPhone. 16
  17. Intent: Code to accomplish a verb, like “call number” or “open comic”. Facilitates app to app communication. 17
  18. Content Provider: Data and an API that any app can access. Android provides contact information through a Content Provider. 18
  19. Resource: Text, pictures, sound, etc. Everything is broken out of the code into a resource, which is compiled into a class called R 19
  20. Drawable: A bitmap or xml definition of something that can be drawn. 20
  21. Getting Android http://developer.android.com 21
  22. Where to find Help http://developer.android.com/community/index.html Google’s Forums http://android-developers.blogspot.com/ Dev’s Blog http://developer.android.com/reference/packages.html Docs http://code.google.com/p/apps-for-android/ Sample Apps by Googlers 22
  23. 23 A Tour
  24. 24 Our First App
  25. 25 Cooking with Android
  26. Pictures Camera Image Library 26
  27. Persistence Settings SQLite 27
  28. Location Location Location LocationProvider Geocoding 28
  29. Hiding Your Threads in UserTasks Google’s UserTask 29
  30. Prettying Things Up Styling common widgets Themes Digging into existing styles 30
  31. Reading the Source SDK Android source and Apps 31
  32. Your Bob Father You Thanks! Tony Hillerson http://slideshare.com/thillerson http://github.com/thillerson http://thillerson.blogspot.com http://effectiveui.com Twitter: thillerson Brightkite: thillerson 32

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