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-About mobility in human context with mobile handsets. …

-About mobility in human context with mobile handsets.

-Available hot mobile platforms.

-Pons & cons (summarized) of each mobile platforms in respect of market & application development.

-Why Android?

-Future of Android!

-How to start with Android?

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  • 1. Mobile! Sandeep Choudhary
  • 2. Mobile Platforms
  • 3. Mobile Platforms Why and Why not? Types of Applications
  • 4. Why Android?
  • 5. Why Android? Future of Android!
  • 6. How to start with Android? First Understand the Android.
    • Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications.
    • The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language.
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  • 8. Application building blocks • Activities • Services • ContentProviders • Intents & IntentReceivers
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  • 10. Tools A.) Android Development Tools (ADT) plugin for Eclipse B.) Essential Tools Android : To create/update Android projects and to create/move/delete AVDs. Android Emulator : To run your Android applications on an emulated Android platform. Android Debug Bridge : To interface with your emulator or connected device (install apps, shell the device, issue commands, etc.). Ant: To compile and build your Android project into an installable .apk file. Keytool: To generate a keystore and private key, used to sign your .apk file. Jarsigner: (or similar signing tool) To sign your .apk file with a private key generated by keytool.
  • 11. Android-related resources The open source site: The developer site: Get the source: The mailing lists: The documentation: The roadmap: The license: The Blog: / Google IO
  • 12. Q & A Contact Info: Sandeep Choudhary Mobile No: +91 99866 94740 Email-id: LinkedIn: Blog: