[This post is by Joe Fernandez, a technical writer for developer.android.com who cares about accessibility and usability. — Tim Bray.] We recently published some new resources to help developers make their Android applications more accessible: Accessibility Developer Guide Implementing Accessibility Training “But,” you may be thinking, “What is accessibility, exactly? Why should I make it a priority? How do I do it? And most importantly, how do I spell it?” All good questions.
[This post is by Wei Huang, who helped implement this feature. — Tim Bray]In the just-launched Android 2.2, we’ve added a new service to help developers send data from servers to their applications on Android phones. Android Cloud t... Read Post
As Apple goes on the offensive against Android, it risks alienating more and more developers. Today, another prominent developer is chose the opposing side. Tim Bray, the well-known software architect and blogger, is joining Google ... Read Post
[This post is by Eric Chu, Android Developer Ecosystem. —Tim Bray] Providing users with more information about applications on Android Market has been a top request from Android users. Starting in a few weeks, we will be showing con... Read Post