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Android Performance Tweaking: ParseArray Versus Hashmap

One of the more recent Android ADT updates added Android Lint. Lint will check your Android project for simples things that you can change to improve your app. Lint notifies you about ...
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Android: Smooth List Scrolling

If I had to compare iOS to Android and only list one major benefit iOS has over Android, it would be the scrolling list performance, hands down (and I’m not the only one, or two, ...
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Android: Facebook’s Notification Widget

Have you ever checked out the Facebook app? When you click on the Notifications button at the top, the app creates a nice overlaid window that contains a scrolling list view of all ...
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Does your App Support Android 4.0? Think Again

Think your app supports Android 4.0 just because you support 2.2 or 2.3? Maybe not. If your app uses a few common Java classes, you may want to double check your app on several 4.0 ...
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SQL Lite Performance on Android

For those who are unaware, Android has some build-in classes to support the use of SQL Lite databases. It provides a great way to structure a small amount of data within Android. ...
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Writing Code that Doesn’t Suck

Striving to write good code should be the goal of every Software Developer. Writing code that is easily maintainable, robust, simple, and makes sense is no easy task. It takes years ...
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Android Tutorial: Gestures in your app

Gestures in mobile apps are pretty common place these days. Almost anyone with smart phone experience knows that pinching will usually zoom in on an image. Now, using Gestures in Android ...
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Android: Gallery View without Pictures

Android’s Gallery View is one of the first widgets Android created. It’s so old now that some people even find it hard to find. The Gallery view provides a list of scrollable objects ...
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