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Android Security talk as presented at the Android Builders Summit in San Francisco.
Aleksandar Gargenta talks about Android Binder IPC framework at Android Builders Summit 2013.
Join Mark Murphy in this short video to hear his thoughts on Why Android?, common problems developers face, and where the platform is headed.
A presentation about mobile malware and ways to protect yourself given by an engineer from a premier mobile security application.
Tons of Android resources to get you quickly up and running, all collected in one place!
Content Providers are one of the four main building blocks of all Android apps. Yet they are often misunderstood, and often incorrectly implemented.
The Marakana Crew performs "Auld Lang Syne" on Nexus 7's running a custom Android app.
Building Enterprise applications for Android brings together developers with two different ideas of "best practice". Here are some recommendations for Android that may challenge one camp or the other, along with some details on their implementation.
Learn how Android uses JNI to bridge Java and native code and how NDK makes working with JNI simple by providing tools and framework for developing native libraries and packaging them with the app.
Binder/IPC certainly doesn't fall into the new or sexy category, but if you want to learn about how Android really works or build apps that talk to each other efficiently, you should check this out.
Whether you're new to Android or a seasoned developer looking to explore Android internals, there's a talk here for you, straight from AnDevCon IV in San Francisco, CA.
Before you write your first Android app you'll need a fundamental understanding of the building blocks. In this presentation we'll review the main components and get you ready to start developing!
David Chandler previews his new Object Relational Mapping tool for Android.
Ten simple steps I took to force an OTA update (for Android 4.2) on my Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 devices.
Just when I thought that the world had finally accepted "pure" Java, along came Android, with its nifty Dalvik VM and a lot of dependencies on JNI, adding native code back into the mix.
Dror Matalon, co-founder of SmartyHome, talks about the past, present, and future of home automation, and how his startup SmartyHome plans on breaking into the market.
Ken Jones' tutorial on how the Android Device Administration API can be used to create secure applications through the enforcement of android security policies.