NanoBook - Device Independent Programming in Android

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  1. anoopch

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    Device and Display Independent Programming in Android
    [Screen, resolution, density & API level independent applications]​
    Contents

    1. Introduction

    2. Information on Displays

    3. Terms in Display Measurements

    4. Basic Rules for Screen Independency

    5. Why Pixel density?

    6. Android OS – Screen & Resource Handling

    7. Custom Display Parameters


    • 9Patch Images
    • AndroidManifest.xml Specifications
    • Custom resources with qualifiers
    • Custom Scaling and Sizing

    8. Testing Your Applications
    9. Code Samples




    Go here to buy:
    Device and Display Independent Programming in Android - Schogini Systems


    The book is simple and explains many key tools and scenarios where coding device independent is very essential. Several example codings are also provided wherever needed.
     

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