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Writing android gui using c++(introduction)
IntroductionFor some reason, we might want to write android
applications using native code. In this case, NDK will be used. But only NDK does not enough. Because android
only exports java interface to programmers, so applications can not call android
classes directly. How to solve this problem? Don’
Windows Phone: Transforming an Android App into a Windows Phone App
Go behind the curtain with Stan Chatman to see how he transformed his popular Hollywood Empire game app from an Android
version to the Windows Phone platform.
Flex for Android in 90 Minutes
In this tutorial, you use Flash Builder “Burrito” and Flex “Hero” to build a simple, yet fully functional employee directory application for Android
devices. “Burrito” is the code name for the next version of Flash Builder, and “Hero” is the code name for the next version of the Flex SDK.
Post Mortem: Xiine for iOS
EPS builds a user interface for the iOS that is very similar to the Android and desktop versions.
Google App Inventor
Google App Inventor is a RAD tool developed by Google Labs to build Android
application in a very simple and easy way
Fun with Google TTS eBook reader using minimalistic approach
Let Google read your eBooks aloud or convert to MP3! This free TTS engine used by Android
phone just sounds fantastic so here is a simple eBook reader app with C++ source code
Forecast: Cloudy: Multi-Platform Windows Azure Storage
Windows Azure is far from a single-platform environment. To demonstrate its power, we'll build the same app for three different mobile devices: Windows Phone 7, jQuery and Android
3D Space Flight Demo for Android OS, with Accelerometer-Based Controls
Simulation of flight in 3D space using OpenGL. The accelerometer-based UI is of particular interest.
Building an Android Application to Search Twitter
From users to developers, mobile applications used to be (not so long ago) uninteresting. Complicated flows, non-intuitive screens and limited features available used to discourage anyone. PDAs had a poor user interface with limited colors (the first ones were only black and white). It was very complicated and boring to write any code for it. Cell phones used to be a device where you could make and receive phone calls. Eventually you could play some games. But you know what? Even the games were boring most of the time!