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Bringing quality to Android & iOS Mobile Applications
Bringing quality to Android & iOS Mobile Applications

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Here is a great document that list a vast number of training sites and books related to Android & Java training.

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Mobile Application Testing . hung out with 1 person. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Ken Simeon

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Another good read for why you would want to develop for the #Android  platform.

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Testing your #Android application across a number of devices is not a bad thing, it is really a must. Plus having proper analytical data to help guide the direction of testing is beneficial for the future.

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When it comes to testing mobile platforms, the cheapest & fastest way to get a good bulk of the work done is by using the platform's emulators.

Here is a few links for creating emulators that match existing Android products.

Phones from 2010: http://mobile.tutsplus.com/tutorials/android/common-android-virtual-device-configurations/

Galaxy Nexus: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9427863/need-help-correctly-emulating-the-samsung-galaxy-nexus-with-avd

Tablets: http://mobile.tutsplus.com/tutorials/android/android-sdk_tablet_virtual-device-configuration/

Android Virtual Device Management: http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/devices/index.html

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We currently have 52,707 followers of +CyanogenMod. Can we reach a goal of 60k followers by the end of March? Help spread the word to the various Android communities that this is the best place to hear the freshest Android porting development news!

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How +Netflix verifies that they are building quality mobile applications for +Android devices.

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Not sure what to do cause your Android application is over the 50MB limit for the Google market. And the cost to host your additional content could be astronomical.

Thankfully today Google has expanded their Android Market app limit to allow up to 4GB of content to be stored on their servers.

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DDMS is an outstanding tool and with every release it gets better and better.
Android Developer Tools

A new feature coming with DDMS r17, will let you watch how an application uses network resources in real-time.

Want the new hotness now? You can download and build DDMS r17 right now: build | tools

We'd love to hear your early feedback.
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