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Making an eBook is easy, regardless of your coding experience. This is good, because 99.9% of your time should be spent on writing and getting your book out there, rather than on technology. EPUB And Kindle
J’ai l’habitude de lire le code source de projets Open Source pour voir comment les développeurs chevronnés mettent en oeuvre certaines fonctionnalités des API et frameworks Java. Cela me permet de suivre et de comparer différentes approches, et d’apprendre sur des exemples concrets. (Je suis assez partisan de la devise : « read good code to write good code » ) Récemment, j’ai donc appliqué ce concept à des applications Open source Android et je me propose de les partager avec vous:
I have started a project on CodePlex http://droidimpreader.codeplex.com/ to read IMP files from the SD Card. The source code is free and will be posted today. I would like to ask for help on the Decompression algorithm in Java because in this first version the opening of the IMP book is really slow. Michael Finished Version 1.5 is now available for download at codeplex the APK install file for the Android and source code are found there. The Web View is now in place for a better display of the book content.
CoolReader 3.X is free open-source (GPL) multiplatform version under active development. Supported platforms Windows (Qt based GUI) Linux (Qt based GUI) Android Embedded versions: for e-Ink based devices. Used in Jinke/LBook V3/V5/V3+/V60, Azbooka N516, Pocketbook Symbian port (SmartReader) Common features, for all platforms
Your Android device is a versatile tool which can be put to a variety of practical uses, including reading ebooks. But for that you need a decent ebook reading app. While there are several ebook readers available on the Android Market, the Cool Reader and FBReader open source apps are probably the best of the bunch. There are several features that make Reader worthy of its name.
Takeaway: William Francis demystifies the process of creating live wallpapers for Android and shares a template you can use for your projects. A TechRepublic reader suggested I do a tutorial on creating a live wallpaper. Live wallpaper was a feature added in Android 2.1 that allows the actual background or desktop of the phone to act much like an application. It can animate, make system calls, and interact with the user.
Eclipse and the ADT plugin provide GUIs and wizards to create all three types of projects (Android project, Library project, and Test project): An Android project contains all of the files and resources that are needed to build a project into an .apk file for installation. You need to create an Android project for any application that you want to eventually install on a device. You can also designate an Android project as a library project, which allows it to be shared with other projects that depend on it.
Bonjour et bienvenue dans ce mini-tutoriel consacré à Android. Android est un système d'exploitation à destination des terminaux mobiles.