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450 pages

Beginning Android 3

Creator: Mark Murphy | Computers - 2011-04-29

NOTE: Because Google Maps is not part of the Android open source project, some devices lack Google Maps due to licensing issues. For example, at the time of this writing, the Archos 5 Android tablet does not have Google Maps.

About this book
The vibrant and rich Android development platform, created by Google and the Open Handset Alliance, continues to be a platform in its truest sense, encompassing hundreds of classes beyond the traditional Java classes and open source components that ship with the software development kit. Android's continued growth includes support for Flash and Flash gaming apps, Wi-Fi tethering, improved performance, WebM or WebMedia integration for HTML5-based video and other multimedia APIs, Chrome OS (WebOS) integration, and more. WithBeginning Android 3, you'll learn how to develop applications for Android 3 mobile devices using simple examples that are ready to run with your copy of the software development kit. Author, Android columnist, developer, and community advocateMark L. Murphywill show you what you need to know to get started programming Android applications, including how to craft graphical user interfaces, use GPS, multi-touch, multi-tasking, and access web services. What you'll learn Discover Android and how to use it to build Java-based mobile applications for a wide range of phones and devices. Create user interfaces using both the Android widget framework and the built-in WebKit-powered Web browser components. Utilize the distinctive capabilities of the Android engine, including location tracking, maps, and Internet access. Use and create Android applications incorporating activities, services, content providers, and broadcast receivers. Support Android 3 and earlier devices, including dealing with multiple Android OS versions, multiple screen sizes, and other device-specific characteristics. Create Flash game and other apps on Android. Build and experience the array of new WebM video and other multimedia APIs for Android and more. Who this book is for This book is aimed at people new to mobile development. Table of Contents The Big Picture How to Get Started Your First Android Project Examining Your First Project A Bit About Eclipse Enhancing Your First Project Rewriting Your First Project Using XML-Based Layouts Employing Basic Widgets Working with Containers The Input Method Framework Using Selection Widgets Getting Fancy with Lists Still More Widgets and Containers Embedding The WebKit Browser Applying Menus Showing Pop-up Messages Handling Activity Lifecycle Events Handling Rotation Dealing with Threads Creating Intent Filters Launching Activities and Sub-Activities Working with Resources Defining and Using Styles Handling Multiple Screen Sizes Introducing the Honeycomb UI Using the Action Bar Fragments Handling Platform Changes Accessing Files Using Preferences Managing and Accessing Local Databases Leveraging Java Libraries Communicating via the Internet Services: The Theory Basic Service Patterns Alerting Users via Notifications Requesting and Requiring Permissions Accessing Location-Based Services Mapping with MapView and MapActivity Handling Telephone Calls Fonts More Development Tools The Role of Alternative Environments HTML5 PhoneGap Other Alternative Environments Dealing with Devices Where Do We Go from Here?



400 pages

The Android Developer's Cookbook, Building Applications with the Android SDK

Creator: James Steele, Nelson To | Computers - 2010-10-17

Because many have 3G wireless service, they tend to be more like smartphones with large screens. Archos was one of the first to market an Android tablet in late 2009. It has a diagonal screen size of 4.8 inches and is called the Archos ...

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

About this book
Want to get started building applications for Android, the world’s hottest, fast-growing mobile platform? Already building Android applications and want to get better at it? This book brings together all the expert guidance—and code—you’ll need!   Completely up-to-date to reflect the newest and most widely used Android SDKs, "The Android Developer’s Cookbook" is the essential resource for developers building apps for any Android device, from phones to tablets.   Proven, modular recipes take you from the absolute basics to advanced location-based services, security techniques, and performance optimization. You’ll learn how to write apps from scratch, ensure interoperability, choose the best solutions for common problems, and avoid development pitfalls. Coverage includes: Implementing threads, services, receivers, and other background tasks Providing user alerts Organizing user interface layouts and views Managing user-initiated events such as touches and gestures Recording and playing audio and video Using hardware APIs available on Android devices Interacting with other devices via SMS, web browsing, and social networking Storing data efficiently with SQLite and its alternatives Accessing location data via GPS Using location-related services such as the Google Maps API Building faster applications with native code Providing backup and restore with the Android Backup Manager Testing and debugging apps throughout the development cycle   Turn to "The Android Developer’s Cookbook" for proven, expert answers—and the code you need to implement them. It’s all you need to jumpstart any Android project, and create high-value, feature-rich apps that sell!



1137 pages

The Android Developer's Collection (Collection)

Creator: James Steele, Nelson To, Shane Conder, Lauren Darcey | Computers - 2011-11-09

Archos was one of the first to market an Android tablet in late 2009. It has a diagonal screen size of 4.8 inches and is called the Archos 5. Archos has since introduced a 7-inch model called the Archos 7. These models come with an ...

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

About this book
"The Android Developer's Collection" includes two highly successful Android application development eBooks: "The Android Developer's Cookbook: Building Applications with the Android SDK" by James Steele and Nelson To"Android Wireless Application Development, Second Edition" by Shane Conder and Lauren DarceyThis collection is an indispensable resource for every member of the Android development team: software developers with all levels of mobile experience, team leaders and project managers, testers and QA specialists, software architects, and even marketers.Completely up-to-date to reflect the newest and most widely used Android SDKs, "The Android Developer's Cookbook" is the essential resource for developers building apps for any Android device, from phones to tablets. Proven, modular recipes take you from the absolute basics to advanced location-based services, security techniques, and performance optimization. You'll learn how to write apps from scratch, ensure interoperability, choose the best solutions for common problems, and avoid development pitfalls."Android Wireless Application Development, Second Edition," delivers all the up-to-date information, tested code, and best practices you need to create and market successful mobile apps with the latest versions of Android. Drawing on their extensive experience with mobile and wireless development, Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder cover every step: concept, design, coding, testing, packaging, and delivery. Every chapter of this edition has been updated for the newest Android SDKs, tools, utilities, and hardware. All sample code has been overhauled and tested on leading devices from multiple companies, including HTC, Motorola, and ARCHOS. Many new examples have been added, including complete new applications.In this collection, coverage includesImplementing threads, services, receivers, and other background tasksProviding user alertsOrganizing user interface layouts and viewsManaging user-initiated events such as touches and gesturesRecording and playing audio and videoUsing hardware APIs available on Android devicesInteracting with other devices via SMS, Web browsing, and social networkingStoring data efficiently with SQLite and its alternativesAccessing location data via GPSUsing location-related services such as the Google Maps APIBuilding faster applications with native codeProviding backup and restore with the Android Backup ManagerTesting and debugging apps throughout the development cycleUsing Web APIs, using the Android NDK, extending application reach, managing users, synchronizing data, managing backups, and handling advanced user inputEditing Android manifest files, registering content providers, and designing and testing appsWorking with Bluetooth, voice recognition, App Widgets, live folders, live wallpapers, and global searchProgramming 3D graphics with OpenGL ES 2.0Ensuring cross-device compatibility, from designing for the smallest phones to the big tabletsDesigning, developing, and testing applications for different devices


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  • Archos

    Archos 43 4.3-Inch 8 GB Internet Tablet

    Network Media Player (Archos)

    Rating (85 reviews):
    (3.2/5)
    Archos

    Awesome alternative to an Ipod Touch.

    The following review is coming from the point of view of a power user/techie who's had a Nokia tablet and an Ipod, who's put Linux on everything in his house including the toaster, who's built several of his own computers, and who generally likes to tinker with and hack anything that he can get his hands on.If this sounds like you and you have any reservations about buying this tablet, forget them. I think you will like the Archos 43. I skipped the 7" tablets because they're too big to fit in my pocket. I wanted something ultra-portable, and as of now, this seems to be one of the few remaining small tablets around. It is a little old now, but if you're interested in a better Ipod Touch at a fraction of the price, or a perfected successor to the Nokia Internet Tablets of a few years ago, this certainly fits the bill.Let me start with the negative. I wish this thing had the Ipod's touch screen. The resistive touch screen is good by most standards, but coming... 4/5 squashpup "squashpup" (WV) - See all my reviews This review is from: Archos 43 4.3-Inch 8 GB Internet Tablet (Electronics) The following review is coming from the point of view of a power user/techie who's had a Nokia tablet and an Ipod, who's put Linux on everything in his house including the toaster, who's built several of his own computers, and who generally likes to tinker with and hack anything that he can get his hands on.If this sounds like you and you have any reservations about buying this tablet, forget them. I think you will like the Archos 43. I skipped the 7" tablets because they're too big to fit in my pocket. I wanted something ultra-portable, and as of now, this seems to be one of the few remaining small tablets around. It is a little old now, but if you're interested in a better Ipod Touch at a fraction of the price, or a perfected successor to the Nokia Internet Tablets of a few years ago, this certainly fits the bill.Let me start with the negative. I wish this thing had the Ipod's touch screen. The resistive touch screen is good by most standards, but coming... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 26, 2011

    At least there's no smartphone contract!

    I do not use my cell phone very often. On my pay-as-you-go terms, I'm basically paying $8 per month. I use on average 2 texts per day. Maybe use 1-2 minutes talking on the phone per week. Why I would sign up for a smart phone plan and start paying like $50 per month is beyond me. I ain't that important or popular yet.But for someone addicted to the internet, and in need of quick drug references in the clinic and checking up on emails, this is perfect for me. A single payment of $170ish versus 24+ months of cell phone bills giving me minutes I don't need, texts I won't use and stingy data plans at obscene rates made this the logical choice for my needs. Besides, smartphone carriers and their services are a joke in the U.S. So **** em.Coming out of the box, you have to charge it before it'll turn on. Don't panic like I did and think that it's dead. Just let it charge first. Make a sandwich. Eat it. Watch TV. It's like watching a pot of water boil,... 5/5 Tsaimurai - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Archos 43 4.3-Inch 8 GB Internet Tablet (Electronics) I do not use my cell phone very often. On my pay-as-you-go terms, I'm basically paying $8 per month. I use on average 2 texts per day. Maybe use 1-2 minutes talking on the phone per week. Why I would sign up for a smart phone plan and start paying like $50 per month is beyond me. I ain't that important or popular yet.But for someone addicted to the internet, and in need of quick drug references in the clinic and checking up on emails, this is perfect for me. A single payment of $170ish versus 24+ months of cell phone bills giving me minutes I don't need, texts I won't use and stingy data plans at obscene rates made this the logical choice for my needs. Besides, smartphone carriers and their services are a joke in the U.S. So **** em.Coming out of the box, you have to charge it before it'll turn on. Don't panic like I did and think that it's dead. Just let it charge first. Make a sandwich. Eat it. Watch TV. It's like watching a pot of water boil,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 4, 2011

    GREAT DEVICE(for the price)

    In short, this is one of the best android tablets out there. It is small enough to still fit in your pocket, yet large enough to have one of the best screens ive seen in a while. The biggest complaint that ive heard is the screen, and all you have to do is install an app called launcherpro, and the device becomes 100% more responsive. This is actually what ive seen from many android devices and launcherpro makes everything so much more smooth. The stock keyboard is also a little iffy, but a quick install of either better keyboard or slideIT makes this the perfect device. Oh also as been mentioned before it does not come with the android market on it stock, but a quick google of "arctools" and then your all set up and ready to go.You can even set up google voice to send SMS and make calls right from your archos! So overall this has been a fantastic purchase.EDIT: I am retracting my 5 stars down to three, while still follow those steps to increase functionality,... 3/5 Christopher - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Archos 43 4.3-Inch 8 GB Internet Tablet (Electronics) In short, this is one of the best android tablets out there. It is small enough to still fit in your pocket, yet large enough to have one of the best screens ive seen in a while. The biggest complaint that ive heard is the screen, and all you have to do is install an app called launcherpro, and the device becomes 100% more responsive. This is actually what ive seen from many android devices and launcherpro makes everything so much more smooth. The stock keyboard is also a little iffy, but a quick install of either better keyboard or slideIT makes this the perfect device. Oh also as been mentioned before it does not come with the android market on it stock, but a quick google of "arctools" and then your all set up and ready to go.You can even set up google voice to send SMS and make calls right from your archos! So overall this has been a fantastic purchase.EDIT: I am retracting my 5 stars down to three, while still follow those steps to increase functionality,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 31, 2011
    List Price: $199.99
    4.6 oz
    8 GB integrated
    Android 2.2 , ARM Cortex-A8 1 GHz
    WiFi 802.11b/g/n, 2 Megapixel Camera
    4.3-inch TFT LCD touchscreen with 480 x 854 (FWVGA) pixel resolution and 16 million colors
    4.6 oz
    4.3-inch TFT LCD touchscreen with 480 x 854 (FWVGA) pixel resolution and 16 million colors
    8 GB integrated
    Android 2.2 , ARM Cortex-A8 1 GHz
    WiFi 802.11b/g/n, 2 Megapixel Camera


  • Archos S.A.

    Archos Video (Kindle Tablet Edition)

    Mobile Application (Archos S.A.)
    List Price: $4.99

    Video browsing with either folder or library based navigation
    Network indexing: import remote share folders (SMB) in your multimedia library
    Integrated subtitle downloader
    Hardware accelerated video decoding
    Automatic online retrieval of Movie and TV show information


  • Kroo

    Archos 5 Internet with Android Phone Cases / Smartphone Crossbody Bag Blue Aztec Pattern

    Baby Product (Kroo)
    List Price: $29.99
    Price: $24.99
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    Money holder with 2 credit card slots
    Universal smartphone compartment measures 5.92 x 2.82 x 0.36 inches
    Green pu leather interior
    Precise real stitching
    Detachable wrist and shoulder strap


  • Navitech

    Navitech Genuine Brown Napa Leather Flip Open Book Style Carry Case / Cover for the Archos Arnova 7e G2 Dual Touch 7 inch Android Tablet

    Single Detail Page Misc (Navitech)

    Easy access and removability of your e reader
    The leather cover adds style, personalization and protects your archos from bumps, scratches, and falls
    Magnetic flap closure, with interior room for 3 sd card slots
    Full access to all functions & charging while cased including access to screen functions
    Built to fit the arnova 7e


  • upbright

    UpBright® USB Cable Power Cord Lead Charging For Archos 97 Carbon Android Tablet PC Arnova 9G2, 9G3, AN9G3, 9 G2, 9 G3 PC Charger

    CE (upbright)


  • 101 Google Android Tips, Tricks and Tweaks

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  • MiTAB

    MiTAB Black Faux Leather Micro USB Keyboard Case Cover and Stand for Android Tablets (Archos 101, Black)

    PC Accessory (MiTAB)

    Rating (19 reviews):
    (2.9/5)
    MiTAB

    Not all all impressed

    This arrived today and I connected it to my tablet to try it out. I am not impressed. Here's why.1. The keyboard is really small, which is challenging enough, but it's not a standard keyboard layout, either. The letter keys are all where they should be, but the other keys (like period, comma, apostrophe, quotes, question mark etc.) are not, so if your fingers automatically go to where they "should" be on the keyboard, you'll be wrong.2. The shift key on the right side of the keyboard is about half the size as the one on the left side, which is already small to begin with.3. The space bar is much too small and is off center.4. There's no hole in the back of the case for the camera, so you can't use the camera while the tablet is in the case.5. There's nothing to prevent the tablet from sliding out of either side of the case. There are two clips on the bottom portion of the back of the case that hold the bottom of the tablet and one in the center on... 2/5 Neil Bergman - See all my reviews, April 5, 2014

    The case was nice & convienent having a keyboard in the case so ...

    The case was nice & convienent having a keyboard in the case so all you had to carry was just the case & you had your tablet & keyboard together & protected by the case.However my issues were the stand, the cable to connect the keyboard to the tablet & the magnet used tokeep the case closed.THE STAND ~ At the top of the stand where it is stittched came apart too easily. It became unstable & kept loosing up as the stitching was coming apart more.THE CABLE ~ The USB cable to connect the keyboard to the tablet is sewn into the case at the top of the keyboard. This was a good idea however it was put in backwards and very short cable. The connection end of the cable was vacing to the right of the case, the USB port on tablets, pads etc. is on the left of the device so the cable end location was inconvienent & too short.kkWhen cable was connected to my tablet, because of the location again & being too short, the cable cord ended up sitting... 3/5 Roxy "suggie mami" (OH) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MiTAB Black Faux Leather Micro USB Keyboard Case Cover For The Asus MeMo Pad 10 Smart ME301T / Asus MeMO Pad FHD 10 / Asus VivoTab ME400c / Asus Vivo TF600T 10.1 (Wireless Phone Accessory) The case was nice & convienent having a keyboard in the case so all you had to carry was just the case & you had your tablet & keyboard together & protected by the case.However my issues were the stand, the cable to connect the keyboard to the tablet & the magnet used tokeep the case closed.THE STAND ~ At the top of the stand where it is stittched came apart too easily. It became unstable & kept loosing up as the stitching was coming apart more.THE CABLE ~ The USB cable to connect the keyboard to the tablet is sewn into the case at the top of the keyboard. This was a good idea however it was put in backwards and very short cable. The connection end of the cable was vacing to the right of the case, the USB port on tablets, pads etc. is on the left of the device so the cable end location was inconvienent & too short.kkWhen cable was connected to my tablet, because of the location again & being too short, the cable cord ended up sitting... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 17, 2014

    Does the job!

    0 4/5 Kenny "crochet guy" (Philadelphia, Pa, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MiTAB Black Faux Leather Micro USB Keyboard Case Cover and Stand for Android Tablets (Asus Fonepad, Black) (Electronics) It does the same job as a 2-in-one tablet, but I don't have to pay a lot. It may look a little 'chessy', but it's better than nothing. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 11, 2014
    Real laptop-style 2.0 keyboard is especially designed for Android tablets.
    Kickstand helps emulate the feel of laptop while retaining the functionality of a tablet.
    No need for installation, just plug in and type away!
    Stylus and USB cable Prodvided
    Using minimal power from your tablet to power the keyboard mean no batteries required!


  • Ningbo Cooskin Stationery Co.ltd

    Cooskin Black Waterproof Case Pouch Bag for for Ipad 2 3 4g / the New Ipad / Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1/thinkpad Tablet 2/acer W510p/galaxy Note Tab 10.1 N8010 /Samsung P7510 16g/wifi/ A1cs Fusion5 Tablet Pc / Archos 10.1 / Acer Aspire Iconia/ Motorola Xoom / Google Android Tablet / Hp Touch Pad/a1cs X220 Tablet /Coby Kyros 10.1/asus Tf300t-a1-bl 10.1-inch 16gb Tablet Ipx8 Certificate

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    Suitable for ipad,10.1 inch tablet
    This case provides waterproof protection for your iPad while maintaining full touch screen functionality
    Crystal Clear Window on front and back sides, perfect for taking pictures or videos
    IPX8 Certified to 100 feet (30 meters) - 1 Year Product Warranty


  • Gomadic

    Classic Straight USB Cable for the Archos 5 Internet Tablet with Android with Power Hot Sync and Charge capabilities - uses Gomadic TipExchange Technology

    Network Media Player (Gomadic)
    List Price: $27.95
    Price: $17.84
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    Professionally engineered and built; full lifetime warranty
    Simultaneously synchronize and recharge your device; 2 in 1 USB data cable
    Removable tips allow cables to be used for other devices ( Archos 5 Internet Tablet with Android Tip Included )
    TipExchange Technology protects investment providing means to upgrade charger tips at lower cost
    Soft pliable cable with high current carrying guage internal wire for better performance


  • Archos K1 Android Tablet Bundle

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