Develop graphically sophisticated apps and games today!
The smart phone app market is progressively growing, and there is new market gap to fill that requires more graphically sophisticated applications and games. Game and Graphics Programming for iOS and Android with OpenGL ES 2.0 quickly gets you up to speed on understanding how powerful OpenGL ES 2.0 technology is in creating apps and games for amusement and effectiveness. Leading you through the development of a real-world mobile app with live code, this text lets you work with all the best features and tools that Open GL ES 2.
Cracking iPhone and Android Native Development takes you, the developer, through the same mobile software development project on both platforms, learning the differences between and the relative strengths and weaknesses of each platform as you go. No magic intermediate layers of obfuscation—by the time you get to the end, you'll be an expert at developing for any of the major smartphone platforms using each vendor's preferred toolset and approach.
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR
Be aware that this is not a beginner book. It is an intermediate-level book that assumes you
are familiar with linear algebra (matrices, vectors, and quaternions), you have a strong C/C++
programming background, you have at least touched base with OpenGL or OpenGL ES, and you
basically know how computer graphics work in general.
If you have this necessary knowledge, and want to make lightning-fast progress in game and
graphics programming, then you have found the right publication.
Android development is hot, and many programmers are interested in joining the fun. However, because this technology is based on Java, you should first obtain a solid grasp of the Java language and its foundational APIs to improve your chances of succeeding as an Android app developer. After all, you will be busy learning the architecture of an Android app, the various Android-specific APIs, and Android-specific tools. If you do not already know Java fundamentals, you will probably end up with a massive headache from also having to quickly cram those fundamentals into your knowledge base. ...
Shane Conder has extensive development experience and has focused his attention on mobile and embedded development for the past decade. He has designed and developed many commercial applications for BREW, J2ME, Palm, Windows Mobile, and Android--some of which have been installed on millions of phones worldwide. Shane has written extensively about the mobile industry and evaluated mobile development platforms on his tech blogs and is well known within the blogosphere. Shane received a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California.
Would you like to build one mobile web application that works on iPad and Kindle Fire as well as iPhone and Android smartphones? This introductory guide to jQuery Mobile shows you how. Through a series of hands-on exercises, you’ll learn the best ways to use this framework’s many interface components to build customizable, multiplatform apps. You don’t need any programming skills or previous experience with jQuery to get started.
For me, this book has become all about change. In the time that I have been watching the mobile computing marketplace and developing software solutions for it, there has never been a time when there has been a more rapid series of shifts and changes. A good friend of mine tells me that this is because of market consolidation. As of the time of writing (August 2010), we’re looking at the time when the people who will be leaders in this space for the next 20 years jostle for position.
Lecture 32: Security vulnerabilities of mobile devices. The learning objectives for this chapter include: What makes mobile devices less vulnerable to malware (to the extent that is the case) and Android’s “Verify Apps” security scanner, protection provided by sandboxing the apps, security (or lack thereof) provided by over-the-air encryption for cellular communications with a Python implementation of A5/1 cipher,...
Build compelling Java-based mobile applications using the Android SDK and the Eclipse open-source software development platform. Android: A Programmer's Guide shows you, step-by-step, how to download and set up all of the necessary tools, build and tune dynamic Android programs, and debug your results. Discover how to provide web and chat functions, interact with the phone dialer and GPS devices, and access the latest Google services. You'll also learn how to create custom Content Providers and database-enable your applications using SQLite....
3.Android Virtual Device (Emulator): AVD là máy ảo cho developer phát triển ứng dụng. Để tạo 1 AVD bạn vào Windows - Android SDK and AVD Manager - Virtual Devices chọn New. - Cửa sổ Create new AVD hiện ra, bạn điền thông tin cho AVD bạn muốn: Name: Tùy ý (nhưng chỉ được sử dụng các ký tự "a-z", "A-Z", ".-_", nghĩa là cả khoảng trắng cũng ko đc). Target: Chọn phiên bản hệ điều hành bạn muốn (thường mình tạo một Android 1.6 và một Android 2.2 để test). SD Card: gõ vào Size SD card ảo cho...
Computing continues to become more “personal,” increasingly accessible anytime,
anywhere. At the forefront of this development are handheld devices that are
transforming into computing platforms. Mobile phones are no longer just for talking—
they have been capable of carrying data and video for some time. Significantly, the
mobile device is becoming so capable of general-purpose computing that it’s destined
to become the next PC (Personal Computer).
Build unique mobile applications with the latest Android SDK
Written by an Android authority, this up-to-date resource shows you how to leverage the features of Android 2 to enhance existing products or create innovative new ones. Serving as a hands-on guide to building mobile apps using Android, the book walks you through a series of sample projects that introduces you to Android’s new features and techniques.
Pro Android Games will help you to create the best games for the Android platform. There are plenty of
books out there that tackle this subject, but only this book gives you a unique perspective by showing
you how easy it is to bring native PC games to the platform with minimum effort. This is done using realworld
examples and source code on each chapter. Keep in mind that, before you dig into this book, you
will need a solid foundation in Java and ANSI C. I have made a great effort to explain the most
complicated concepts as clearly and as simply as possible...
3.Android Virtual Device (Emulator): AVD là máy ảo cho developer phát triển ứng dụng. Để tạo 1 AVD bạn vào Windows - Android SDK and AVD Manager - Virtual Devices chọn New. - Cửa sổ Create new AVD hiện ra, bạn điền thông tin cho AVD bạn muốn: Name: Tùy ý (nhưng chỉ được sử dụng các ký tự "a-z", "A-Z", ".-_", nghĩa là cả khoảng trắng cũng ko đc).
The mobile phone and portable device handset are currently undergoing a transformation
caused by several different factors. For one, portable devices are getting more
powerful and capable of performing tasks that would have been hard to imagine a few
short years ago. Many of us carry a portable device that is capable of everything from
using the World Wide Web to watching movies to playing 3D games--and it can even
make phone calls! For another, consumers are becoming more savvy and demanding
about what they want such a device to do....
The Android development platform, created by Google and the Open Handset Alliance, is a platform in its truest sense, encompassing hundreds of classes beyond the traditional Java classes and open source components that ship with the SDK.
With Beginning Android 2, you’ll learn how to develop applications for Android 2.x mobile devices, using simple examples that are ready to run with your copy of the SDK. Author, Android columnist, writer, developer, and community advocate Mark L.
WHAT’S IN THIS CHAPTER?
How to install the Android SDK, create a development environment, and debug your projects. Understanding mobile design considerations and the importance of optimizing for speed and efﬁciency and designing for small screens and mobile data connections. Using Android Virtual Devices, the emulator, and developer tools.
All you need to start writing your own Android applications is a copy of the Android SDK and the Java development kit.