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by Dio Synodinos on Aug 21, 2012 | As part of the new community-driven research initiative, we are examining the importance and adoption level of a range of cross platform mobile tools that aim to help developers deliver applications on a variety of mobile platforms. The tools we're going to examine are: What are the Most Important and Mature Cross Platform Mobile Tools? What are the Most Important and Mature Cross Platform Mobile Tools?
Google Android Hidden Secret Codes We have posted about hidden secret codes for Chinese mobile phones in past and now its turn of Google Android mobile phones. Recently I got a Google Android mobile phone "Samsung Galaxy I7500". While I'm loving playing with it, I also found some interesting secret codes which can enable/disable lots of hidden settings in the mobile phone. These codes can also show many useful information about the phone. So in this topic, you'll get several hidden secret codes which can be used in any Google Android mobile phone to access things which are not accessible by default. Google Android Hidden Secret Codes
Multiple phone web-based application framework

Multiple phone web-based application framework

A multiple phone web-based application framework is a software framework that is designed to support the development of phone applications that are written as embedded dynamic websites and may leverage native phone capabilities, like geo data or contact lists. For more general frameworks see List of rich internet application frameworks. Current frameworks[edit]
jQuery Mobile jQuery Mobile is a touch-optimized web framework (additionally known as a JavaScript library or a mobile framework) currently being developed by the jQuery project team. The development focuses on creating a framework compatible with a wide variety of smartphones and tablet computers,[3] made necessary by the growing but heterogeneous tablet and smartphone market.[4] The jQuery Mobile framework is compatible with other mobile app frameworks and platforms such as PhoneGap, Worklight[5] and more. Features[edit] (Source: from the jQuery Mobile website) [3] jQuery Mobile
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Ten Open Source Android (2D or 3D) Game Engine for Android Developers - Cute Android Apps | Open Source Android Applications | Android Book | Android Phone - Cute Android
Free Android Game Engine, Android 2D OpenGL | Papaya Mobile Free Android Game Engine, Android 2D OpenGL | Papaya Mobile Accelerated development time, incredible support, and massive distribution within Papaya's Social Network helped our game become a huge hit on Android. - LoL Studio Creator of Cafe Fever AppFlood provided us with quality installs when we needed it. The entire integration process was easy and transparent. Highly recommended!
Open Source Android (2D or 3D) Game Engine for Android Developers Plus - Cute Android Apps | Open Source Android Applications | Android Book | Android Phone - Cute Android
10 Fresh Android Apps for Web Designers & Developers Android is wonderful gadget with modern shape, design and functionality. This is interesting device and for web designers and for developers. Today I selected 10 new interesting apps for you by own hands. You will be satisfied at what Android is able to do. 10 Fresh Android Apps for Web Designers & Developers 10 Fresh Android Apps for Web Designers & Developers
narr-code-pad - simple source code viewer for Android
AndyUML for Android AndyUML is just a simple client for the great free service yUML located at http://yuml.me This is just a client that use yUML.me service, is not the official app and i have no relations with that service, just a user who like it and made my app to use it from my android device. With yUML you can create and share simple UML diagrams. So AndyUML is just a tool, but with this Android client you are able to store locally your yUML codes on you device, share, delete and add new ones to your personal database. IMPORTANT: WITH yUML/AndyUML YOU DON'T DRAW/DRAG &DROP DIGRAMS, YOU CODE/WRITE IT, for example try: [Class] AndyUML for Android
‪TechBytes Episode 42: Bandwidth, Android and Patents, Games, and Computer Nostalgia - Part 1‬‏
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Android Animations Android Animations - Tutorial Copyright © 2011, 2012, 2013 Lars Vogel Android Property Animation API This tutorial describes how to use Animations in Android. Android Animations
How to make Angry Birds – part 2 Hello and welcome back to my blog! This is the 2nd part of my series on how to make a game like Angry Birds by Rovio - and its been a while coming… You can read the first part here. The Game Ok, so here is the game so far; there are three demo levels to show the level progress system and some simple looking characters and block types. Apologies for the programmer art Catch up How to make Angry Birds – part 2
Write applications in C or C++ for Android throw Android NDK. The Android NDK is a toolset that lets you embed components that make use of native code in your Android applications. Android applications run in the Dalvik virtual machine. The NDK allows you to implement parts of your applications using native-code languages such as C and C++. This can provide benefits to certain classes of applications, in the form of reuse of existing code and in some cases increased speed.
Después del anuncio oficial de Android 2.3 y de la salida del nuevo Nexus S, Android está sonando cada vez mas fuerte en la cabeza de todo el mundo, por eso vamos a aprovechar para pasarles una excelente recopilación de juegos Open Source para que todos aquellos que tienen Android puedan disfrutar todavía una mayor variedad. En este caso en particular hablamos de 15 juegos bien diferentes entre sí. 1) Tiltmazes: Se trata de un juego de puzzle lógico, en este juego se presenta una bola en el medio de la pantalla contenida en uno o más cuadrados y el reto es guiarla para sumar la mayor cantidad de cuadrados posible. 2) Asqure: La pantalla se cubre de círculos o cuadrados de colores, una vez que logramos alinear 3 o más seguidos se desaparecen todos los que haya del mismo color, típico juego no apto para daltónicos. 3) Noiz2-droid: Es el juego Noiz2, pero que funciona en la plataforma de Android , con el plus de poder ajustar los niveles de dificultad, sonidos y detalles varios. 15 juegos Open Source para Android - Todo Sobre Android
Mobile Boilerplate, una plantilla para móviles
Usos especiales de los teléfonos móviles | hombrelobo | hombrelobo Los teléfonos móviles se han convertido en el accesorio imprescindible. Siempre lo llevamos encima y cada vez tienen más funciones. Yo tengo un Sony Ericsson k750, que puede hacer de casi todo (vídeo, fotos, MP3, etc) Pero hay otros usos ESPECIALES que merece la pena mencionar:
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ShoutEm – Haciendo aplicaciones para Android y iPhone sin saber programar Si estáis pensando en crear alguna aplicación para móviles y no tenéis tiempo de revisar los tutoriales para Android y manuales para iPhone que os recomendamos hace unos días, echad un vistazo en ShoutEm. Se trata de una plataforma que permite crear aplicaciones relativamente sofisticadas, integrando contenido de webs, sistemas de localización geográfica, creación de eventos, integración de comunidades y varios otros módulos presentados en su sitio web. Podéis ver el resultado instalando de forma gratuita la aplicación de viajes de hombrelobo.com, aunque de momento solo está disponible para Android.
Si hace un par de días os mostramos algunos recursos dedicados a quienes quieren programar aplicaciones para iPhone, ahora le toca el turno a Android. Dada la salida de la plataforma Android, muchos usuarios están intentando crear aplicaciones para las mismas, pero muchas veces nos han llegado correos pidiéndonos algún tutorial en español. Pues bien, hoy os presentamos varios recursos en español para empezar a crear aplicaciones Android. Tutoriales y blogs - Sgoliver.net: Un blog en el que se recopilan decenas de artículos para empezar desde lo más sencillo hasta algo más complicado en lo que a creación de apps se refiere. Existen tutoriales para bases de datos en Android, XML y sobre todo de interfaz. - Jon Segador: Un Blog con categoría de programación Android. Recursos en español para aprender a programar en Android
Android Developers Union - Sharecroppers Unite! - AnDevUni
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Learn Java for Android Development: More On Inner Classes
QDevNet - Augmented Reality | Check out the augmented reality mobile application development SDK, tools, forums and other resources from Qualcomm Developer Network, QDevNet. | Qualcomm Developer Network
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