Daniel Bradby has worked across the globe on leading edge open source projects such as Hibernate and Subclipse. Now, back home in Australia, he is pursuing his expertise in Android and iOS mobile platforms, as one of three directors at jTribe. With innovative ideas and applications hitting the 'top grossing' section in iTunes, Daniel is working on some leading projects in the mobile industry.
You’ve said Hello Android. You’ve written your first app. You want to write something “real world” now. Daniel Bradby is back to develop a Twitter feed. This tutorial covers data lists, customisation, accessing remote services, parsing data, and responsive interfaces. You should have a complete, functioning set of example code at the end.
Daniel Bradby introduces us to Android. Writing an app for Android is relatively simple once you have the right tools installed and configured to do the hard work for you. In this first meeting we walk through the process of writing our very first app and instantly double the fun by getting it into the Android Market.
You’ve written your first Android app. You want to write something “real world” now. Let Daniel Bradby walk you through setting up a Twitter feed using data lists.
Writing an app for Android is relatively simple once you have the right tools installed and configured to do the hard work for you. Let Daniel Bradby lead you through the process of writing your very first Android app.