Yesterday, Google launched a new tool for Android developers that will help to address the fragmentation issues facing those who want to build apps for a diverse range of Android devices, including older handsets. This tool is a static library called the "Android Compatibility package," and it's an extension of the Fragments API (application programming interface) built into Honeycomb.
Today, during Google’s I/O developer conference, the company announced a group of tools for app developers, including a new developer suite called Android Studio. It’s an IDE based on IntelliJ. This was a popular announcement, as th... Read Post
Android fragmentation is once again being talked about (was it ever not?), only this time it's because Google has released a new compatibility pack which helps developers combat fragmentation-related issues. The new static library a... Read Post