remote application debug setup using ADB, DDMS, GDB and ADT to debug Dalvik and C/C++ Android appliocations running on Intel Atom processor or device emulation
作者：Tuan H. Bui
本案例研究讨论了如何将地图和地理定位特性构建到 Android* 商务应用中，包括在 Google Maps* 上覆盖商店位置，以及在设备进入商店地理围栏邻近区域时借助地理围栏通知用户。
作者：Tuan H. Bui
Intel® Context Sensing SDK for Android* v1.6.7 has released several new context types, like device position, ear touch, flick gesture, and glyph gesture. In the paper, we will introduce how to get useful information from sensor data, and then we will use an Intel Context Sensing SDK example to demonstrate flick detect, shake detect, glyph detect.
GCW for Android is a JVM memory management workload that is designed to emulate how real applications use Java memory management. It is intended to help both JVM and application developers optimize memory management and user experience on Android. Learn how it works, and try it yourself. Includes link to code on googlesource.com.
The application developer generally writes a section of the application in the Java* language. This Java code is then transformed into an Android-specific bytecode, called the Dex bytecode. In the various flavors of Android’s major releases, there have been several ways to go from the bytecode format to the actual binary format that is run on the processor. For example, in the Jelly Bean* version...
This article discusses a case study of an Android client app using a cloud-based web service. The project was built on the Google* Cloud Messaging (GCM) a free service by Google. It uses a third-party library, Android Asynchronous Http Client, to post callback-based HTTP requests. It exchanges messages with the app server using JSON strings. The google-gson library is used to parse the JSON...