Is it more financially savvy to learn to develop for iOS or for Android? I was told that if you want to sell your own apps, iOS would be a better choice since iPhone/iPad users tend to spend more ...
I have some free time. I want to develop some android apps. I know a little bit of html, css and basics in C programing. The problem is I don't know any java or .net. I have to start from scratch and ...
I have seen and used both of the methods to hide the on screen keyboard while coding Android: getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN); and: ...
I'm starting a 12 week Java course next month through my local junior college. I'm starting from square 1. I have a basic understanding of OO and Java will be my first OO language. My Google-Fu ...
I have free time for Android development. I'd like suggestions on how to tackle this effectively [closed]
I'm finishing college for good tomorrow, then leaving my current programming job the next day. I'll be looking for opportunities, but I may end up with a month or two without a job, so with lots of ...
Is it necessary to have an Android device to learn programming for the Android? Currently, Java is my primary programming language.
Android and mobile development is an exciting area of development. As it is a new discipline, what would be expected of an android developer to build commercially robust applications in terms of ...
As per the question title, I'm interested in starting up a new side project and I'm currently looking at doing a bit of mobile development as said project. I'm actually in a bit of a good position ...
I am currently reading the book Hello, Android, and am about 100 pages in. The problem is that even though I understand the instructions and what the code should do, I can't really put things together ...