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How to Adapt to Screen Size

Luke W. shows how to avoid having to design for countless sizes – this is so much easier.

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GDG SP Android Meetup 3 Year Anniversary

In the last Saturday (7th of May 2016), GDG SP organized a celebration for the 3 Year Anniversary at the Oxigênio Aceleradora where around 150 developers gathered for 8 hours of content distributed in 9 technical lectures presented by developers from Google, Intel, Samsung, Caelum, Mokriya,...

Unity* and Android Build for Intel® architecture

Abhishek NandyCEO at Geek Monkey Studios In this article I will try to cover Unity with steps for Android build for Intel architecture. Please note that an intermediate level and familiarity with C# and Unity is expected to be able to follow along with this tutorial. Let's get started Why Unity...

Q&A with Android Developer Paul Blundell

Gregory Menvielle President at SmartNotify In this post, I interviewed developer Paul Blundell to gain some insight on his experience with Android and discuss how he manages his apps. Gregory: How did you get started with Android. Why did you go with this platform rather than Ios or even hybrid...

Trials & Triumphs of Market Validation – A Case Study

Every so often, we come across an article that sums up an idea so well, we just have to share it - this article is just that. Kaloyan Yankulo gives us an inside look at how he went about validating his idea for HeadReach with a small test group, committing minimal time and resources. Here are a...

The Future of Android*: Android N the Future of Things to Come in Open Source

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs To the casual Android* user, there are not many changes that can disrupt the platforms future. But the latest code which developers have unearthed in the just-released flagship Android OS release by Google has definitely hit many in the middle. Google’s...

Improve the Security of Android* Applications using Hooking Techniques: Part 2

Added 04/18/16

Download PDF  [PDF 1.2 MB] Contents Go To Part 1 ›› Study of the PIC Code in libtest_PIC.so Hook Solution Case Study – a Hook-Based Protection Scheme in Android Conclusion References About the Author Study of the PIC Code in libtest_PIC.so If the object is compiled in PIC mode, relocation...

Using Java code to detect device

This article will talk about how to using Java code to detect device. Please kindly use ro.product.cpu.abilist and check every entry in it.    recommand "getprop ro.product.cpu.abilist", which will return x86 or x86_64 for intel architecture devices.   Sample code       try {        ...

A New Project using IOT

Hi,We are planning new device for transport sector and we require GPS technology,Wifi in Vehicle, Speed Sensing,Temperature Sensing, Eye Sensor all to gether please suggest us what we can use and how we can go ahead

Improve the Security of Android* Applications using Hooking Techniques: Part 1

Download PDF  [PDF 1.1 MB] Contents Common Security Risks in Android Android Application and Package Overview Risk Awareness in Android Development Hooking Technique Overview What is Hooking? Implementing Hooking Inline Redirection Symbol Table Redirection Study of the Non-PIC Code in...

How to properly use the PMC0 and PMC1 performance counters

Hi all, I have a question regarding on how to use the PMC0 and PMC1 together with the APIC_LVTPC. I have developed 2 Linux kernel modules. First, reads PEBS and second, reads LBR. I use PMC0 and PMC1 to count the event. My problem is that if I load PEBS module and than LBR reading module than...