Tag Archive: android

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Building An Android App: Things To Know Before Building Apps For Android

Building An Android App? 4 Things To Know Before Building App For Android Between all the different brands, phones, versions, and screen sizes, Android is an operating system used by…

August 17, 2021
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Jordan Gurrieri on Mobile App Ideas

Our very own co-founder & COO, Jordan Gurrieri, was recently  interviewed on Webmaster Radio’s popular “Mobile Presence” program for the segment “You Have An Idea For An App, Now What?”…

May 14, 2019
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MLBPA Launches on App Store & Google Play

For those dealing with the brutal cold of this unforgiving whether, the words “play ball” are a welcome sign of hope that we will soon be sitting in the sunny…

May 6, 2019
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Most Common App Programming Languages

If you thought spoken languages were difficult, just wait until you learn about programming languages. The languages that app designers commonly use when creating digital products are frequently changing. As…

May 2, 2019
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How to Decide Which Platform to Launch Your Mobile App

With so many people using apps on their smartphones and tablets for everything from finding a sparkling local restaurant to keeping track of their schedule, it’s clear that most businesses…

April 21, 2014
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Google Advertising ID and Mobile Apps

The mobile industry has been growing at a fast pace and this has inevitably shifted a significant chunk of advertising dollars to mobile apps.  Advertising is now for many app…

December 4, 2013
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Google Play Gets an Upgrade – And What it Means for Android Appsters

Last week, Google Play got a brand spankin’ new design. Here’s what they did — and what it means for Android app developers. Better Design Google Play has a spiffy…

April 19, 2013
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Android to WCF: Streaming Multi Part Binary Images

I know I have been getting little twitches of wood just thinking about how awesome this post is going to be. But first: What the hell is multi-part messaging? (or…

May 30, 2011
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5 things that you can do while you wait for Android’s XML DOM parser to finish

In my time on Android, I’ve come to relish those precious many minutes that go by while the Android XML DOM parser chews on on the massive 5KB documents I…

May 1, 2011
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Lessons learned: Getting Android to connect to a WCF service

The initial concept of my mobile application was built on a Windows Phone 7 front end, tied nicely together with a WCF SOAP service on the back. I used “Add…

April 19, 2011
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Sex, Lies and Renamed Activities

…when you get an ActivityNotFoundException and you are certain that you updated your AndroidManifest.xml file I think the hardest aspect of learning a new framework is running into these stupid…

April 1, 2011
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What things do you expect to take 90 seconds to complete?

These are some things in the normal course of my life that I have come to expect and embrace to take at most 90 seconds: Achieving orgasm with a female…

March 29, 2011
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From Windows Phone 7 / Silverlight to Android: The basics

Let me share with you some things I have learned during my first few days in the world that is Android. In particular, in this post I want to talk…

March 27, 2011