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 03 September 2012 02:45 PM
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Cyclopse

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Hello,

I am developing a mobile application for my Samsung Android phone. I use Adobe Flash Builder and an SDK for this task. I have found a page that provides relevant information about mobile application development. There are code snippets that handle the physical buttons and the rotation features of the mobile devices. I am an engineer student with not much experience but the information provided by the site was really helpful. I belive that the page (if you are interested: Link removed/p_...integration-voip.html) could provide valuable information for other beginner developers as well. Hope you will find my post useful.
 06 September 2012 10:06 AM
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vbatechnologies

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My .2 cents. You can use the class library built on .NET (android SDK) to program android. The SDK should provide tools to present the UI and process the user responses.

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 15 October 2012 02:50 PM
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sinclair66

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".NET (android SDK) to program android"

.NET for Android? Are you kidding?

Java / J2ME for Android, surely?

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 26 February 2013 08:56 AM
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DanielJon

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Hey buddy
If you are a beginner I will suggest you to work on official SDK from android and go through all the resources available at developer.android website instead of getting knowledge from untrusted places.
If you are sound with HTML then you can even try importing PhoneGap libraries to your IDE as it is the future of app industry.

All the best for your future.

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 26 February 2013 09:05 AM
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DanielJon

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Originally posted by: vbatechnologies

My .2 cents. You can use the class library built on .NET (android SDK) to program android. The SDK should provide tools to present the UI and process the user responses.



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VBA Technologies

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Didn't get you buddy. How can you create apps using .NET on android SDK that supports Java.
Yes you can import PhoneGap libraries and code in WWW folder, but those codes are also written in HTML5.
Either you are a bit confused or knows nothing about android apps.

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 21 March 2013 09:37 AM
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MariaLynette

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Hey guys,

As a beginner you can use SDK. Before start working on it please collect relevant information from the android developer websites, so that you can get a clear idea to work on it. Collect information only from the valuable sites instead of getting from untrusted posts.

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Maria Lynette
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 01 July 2013 01:01 PM
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spyforg

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SPYPHONE software is a program that you install on a mobile phone which after installation secretly records events that happen on the phone and delivers this information to your mobile phone via SMS. SPYPHONE also allows you to listen to the surroundings of the target mobile, listen to a live phone conversation and lets you know the location of the device.

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 17 July 2013 12:50 PM
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alliancetekinc

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Android is a quickly growing mobile OS that is sophisticated but easy to use. Mobile applications can allow a business to provide better customer support, showcase products, give customers more opportunities to purchase, and raise awareness of a brand

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alliancetekinc & mobile.alliancetek.com
 24 July 2013 01:01 PM
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orionrock

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Originally posted by: MariaLynette

Hey guys,



As a beginner you can use SDK. Before start working on it please collect relevant information from the android developer websites, so that you can get a clear idea to work on it. Collect information only from the valuable sites instead of getting from untrusted posts.



Thanks,



Maria Lynette

http://www.contus.com/


SDK is perfect for beginners..agree with you..and you can get more from google...iphone parts

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 24 July 2013 01:02 PM
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orionrock

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Originally posted by: MariaLynette

Hey guys,



As a beginner you can use SDK. Before start working on it please collect relevant information from the android developer websites, so that you can get a clear idea to work on it. Collect information only from the valuable sites instead of getting from untrusted posts.



Thanks,



Maria Lynette

http://www.contus.com/


SDK is perfect for beginners..agree with you..and you can get more from google...iphone parts

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iphone parts,mobile phone parts
 21 August 2013 06:21 PM
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eddiecollins

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Originally posted by: orionrock

Originally posted by: MariaLynette



Hey guys,







As a beginner you can use SDK. Before start working on it please collect relevant information from the android developer websites, so that you can get a clear idea to work on it. Collect information only from the valuable sites instead of getting from untrusted posts.







Thanks,







Maria Lynette



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SDK is perfect for beginners..agree with you..and you can get more from google...Doodle Fit 2 Solutions


The Software Developer Kit (SDK) helps to create applications for the Android platform. It includes some sample projects with source code, an emulator, development tools, and required libraries to build Android applications. So it is useful for beginner.
 26 August 2013 03:32 PM
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m101

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Hey Guys me Mark.Well Cyclopse i think that now in the field of market the demand of mob app is arise up day by day.So i really appreciate you for you brilliant developing project.If you want to gain any kind of info about that then you must visit that url this is the helping stuff about Mob app developing:

cygnet-infotech.com/it-services/mobile-application-development


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 27 August 2013 01:15 PM
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amandaiphone

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guys you should stop fighting vbatechnologies java is needed for Android development but .net can also be used for Android development you should search google

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 13 October 2013 09:56 PM
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ezio26

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Actually, a website that i found incredibly useful was: Link removed/. They really tend to have a professional approach toward mobile app development and what can i say ... they were actually quite useful. Give them a try cause the final product looks really professionally done. Just a random opinion :-)
 13 October 2013 09:56 PM
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ezio26

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Actually, a website that i found incredibly useful was: chaoticmoonchaoticmoon They really tend to have a professional approach toward mobile app development and what can i say ... they were actually quite useful. Give them a try cause the final product looks really professionally done. Just a random opinion :-)
 17 October 2013 02:08 PM
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danigoval

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Hi everybody i am o my final year and i am looking for final year project ideas either in web services or cloud computing if you know of anything please let me know
 28 October 2013 05:56 PM
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metaoption

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 18 November 2013 07:19 AM
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edwinjarvis

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For the android application development I think Java, J2EE is very good rather than .NET.
 06 December 2013 06:28 AM
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jahangeer100

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I think Java is the best programming language to develop mobile apps for android mobile And C and C# are the best programming languages to develop iPhone apps and iPad Apps.
Thanks,
 21 December 2013 11:09 AM
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hjeff045

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I think you should know android application software and programming. Best of luck for your application.

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