Getting Started with Android Studio – from an Eclipse ADT user’s perspective

Introduction I you have seen my previous post you will know that I’m migrating from Eclipse to Android Studio as part of a routine update onLearning Tree’s course on  Developing Android Applications. As discussed there:  it is going to be, like it or not the official Android Development tool. As a seasoned Android developer, I’ve been […]
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Android Studio Review

As many of you may know, Android Studio is set to be the standard development environment for Android in the very near future. I confess that I have deliberately avoided it up to now. Why? Simply on that age old basis of “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. With Android Studio now being in […]
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Smart Phone and Tablet Problems Can Let Your Cloud Data Slip Out the Back Door

When you put your data “out in the cloud”, you will want to get it back eventually. Maybe even interact with it frequently. You lost direct control and even the visibility of the control of your data when you moved it to the cloud. Just how much you lose depends on the cloud service model, […]
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ASP.NET Web Forms and jQuery Mobile Reconsidered

I’ve written before on this blog about the problems with combining Web Forms and jQuery Mobile. At bottom, it boils down to this: the Ajax navigation does not play well with ScriptManager. Beyond that, when working with jQuery Mobile you have multiple pages in the DOM at the same time, so you have to make […]
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Allowing Users to Select Mobile or Desktop Views

My jQuery Mobile/ASP.NET MVC site, cocktailsrus.com, began as a pure jQuery Mobile site. I then added a desktop view and automatically switched users to the appropriate view depending on their device. This works pretty well – especially with the 51Degrees NuGet to improve on the built-in device detection – but even so, there are occasions […]
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