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Programming Android is one of the titles, available in DRM-free e-book format, that are 50% off to mark the EFF's Day Against DRM #DayAgainstDRM  
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Today, Microsoft made available its first ever release of .NET Core for Mac and Linux. .NET Core allows developers on platforms that aren't Windows based to build their applications ...
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Ever wonder what's actually going on in Android over Binder? Well, you're not alone. One thing we've struggled with a lot while helping customers porting/customizing Android is exactly that: understanding Binder relationships.

To make everyone's life easier, we've been working a tool to illustrate it all in as concise a way as possible. We called it Binder Explorer and we're making it available under Apache License over on github. Meanwhile, the blog post below explains some more background and provides relevant pointers to get started.

For those who've been following some of our previous work, Binder Explorer uses the same mechanism we used for Process Explorer (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opersys.processexplorer&hl=en). IOW, there's a node.js instance running on the device and you get access to the tool using a web browser.

One word of caution: it's a beta release. So expect limitations and quirks. Otherwise, enjoy!

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https://github.com/opersys/binder-explorer-web
The Binder mechanism has been at the heart of Android since its early days. All key functionalities in the system are accessed through the Binder driver, whether they're requested by regular apps or system components. Binder, in essence, enables Android to build an object-oriented operating ...
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It's time for a Know Your Editions protip: See the black band across the corner of the cover? That's the current edition of Programming Android.

Occasionally, we notice that the first edition sales spike up. While we appreciate every purchase, the 2nd Edition is bigger, better, and contains a lot more coverage of Android 4 APIs.
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Get a first look at the brand new Polymer 0.8 release on today's episode of #Polycasts  with +Rob Dodson. Learn the basics of creating your very own custom elements.
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Windows 10 is in an interesting position. On phones, it's not a success. Nor is it a failure. A couple of percentage points of market share can make a phone viable. Microsoft is doing what it needs to do to stay in the game. But they have a long road ahead of them. The Nokia deal was a disaster, and Microsoft's hardware business remains incoherent.
After months of rumors, Microsoft is revealing its plans to get mobile apps on Windows 10 today. While the company has been investigating emulating Android apps, it has settled on a different...
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