Posts Tagged ‘google’

10 Ebooks(4 Free + 6 Premium) For Google Android Development

android_developer In previous articles we built some resource for Google Android like Free Android GUI PSD/Templates For Designers  and Free Icons For Android, but if you are just stepping into Android Development for the first time or only a newbie, take some ebooks should be perfect for you. Here is 10 (4 free & 6 premium) ebooks for Google Android development, which can help you to start coding an Android app without having any Android-dev knowledge.

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350+ Fresh And Elegant Free Icons For Android

google-android-pillows_1-150x150 Compared to other platforms, Android does not rely on a proprietary OS that restricts the use of third-party applications, now huge development community from samples, tutorials, GUI downloads, the resource like 6 Free Android GUI PSD/Templates and more, all seem to be freely offered. The following is an collection of free Android icons includes Menu, Lists, Tabs (selected & unselected), Dialogs, social network icons, other applications and more. Enjoy!

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YouTube Enhance Videos Embed Capability To Support Flash and HTML 5 Players

sigla-youtube YouTube has announced an enhancement to their video embed capability is now available through a new embed code style uses <iframe> tag., which supports HTML5 and fall back to Adobe Flash where HTML5 is not supported. Before this YouTube offered a Flash-based video palyer for embed videos, now, if you joined logged in to your Youtube account and had joined the HTML5 beta program, then you’ll see the HTML5 version instead of the Flash version.

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Sencha Or Adobe Flash, What’s The Future Of Mobile Apps Developers

sencha-touch Some days ago, a build of Adobe’s Air platform was leaked online, which allows deveopers to create AS3 projects to .apk apps for the android OS. And Motorola Droid X for Verizon will include Flash Player 10.1,  Flash Player 10.1 is expected to be available as a final production release for Motorola Droid X devices once users are able to upgrade to Android 2.2 “Froyo”. On the other hand, Sencha(previously known as ExtJS) has released the first HTML5 Mobile Application development framework: Sencha Touch.

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Not Yet Time For Regime Change, Adobe Flash Will Continue On YouTube

youtube-html5 Wed Jun 30, Google weighed the question of whether HTML5 is ready to replace Adobe Flash, The engineers at the YouTube(Google-owned), however, still prefer Flash. Google has confirmed that Adobe Flash will continue to "play a critical role" on YouTube, saying the fledgling HTML5 video tag doesn’t meet the site’s needs.

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Gmail Rolled Out Drag-and-Drop File Attachments Features

google-gmail Google and their develop team always like to give us a surprise! Yes, Gmail has rolled out Drag-and-Drop file attachments features. It is a very simple feature but surely very useful. Now this new feature be support on Firefox 3.6 and Google Chrome users. Google said it will “enable this for other browsers as soon as they support this feature.

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4 Main Features Imply iPhone OS 4.0 Is NOT ONLY An Operating System

Apple-google Following iPad tablet, Apple has released its lastest iPhone OS 4.0, over 100 new features was added, including the long-awaited multitasking, to the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Yes, it is an OS from Apple, but the following 4 main features seem to imply something, in a sense, iPhone OS 4.0 is NOT ONLY an Operating System,  it should be concerned by Apple’s competitions. At least, Amazon,Google, Microsoft and RIM no pleasure in iPhone OS 4.0.

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Microsoft Slings Mud At Google Help Google Chrome More Popular

microsoft-vs-google Internet Explorer product manager Pete LePage, did a stupid thing on this April Fools’s Day 2010, publicly attacked Google Chrome, accusing its arch web rival of compromising user privacy with the browser’s data-gathering address bar and claimed that its Internet Explorer 8 browser offers greater privacy than Google’s Chrome.

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