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Time for Apple to come up a with a new design language to challenge Android's Holo and Windows Modern UI...

Will Apple’s Tacky Software-Design Philosophy Cause A Revolt?

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I modified the support on my DIY tablet stand last night. Now it works with the device in either landscape or portrait, it even works with 10" tablets. 

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I made myself a stand for my #nexus7 our of some scrap wood. It works well in landscape but tilts over in portrait. I have some more wood so v2.0 will be coming soon. 

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I recently started following +Holo Everywhere and today I was surprised to see they reviewed one of the apps that I worked on.  
New Post is up! 

Today we take a look at one of the prettiest Android applications we've used. And we guarantee you that we were not expecting it either!

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This is insane...

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Time to see what I can learn from the 2012 Google I/O app source...First thing I noticed is that it uses #actionbarsherlock  

iosched$ git push — The I/O 2012 Android app source is now available

The source code for the Google I/O 2012 Android app is now available at!

Every year a few of us Googlers spend a few [really long] weeks preparing an app for the conference. The app serves two primary purposes. The first is, of course, to help conference-goers find their way around Moscone and attend the sessions they find most interesting. The second, and arguably more important purpose of the app, is to serve as an open-source example of the Android team's latest and greatest Android development best-practices.

This year, the app contains tons of best-practice examples, including:

• providing handset/tablet optimized layouts in a single APK
• maintaining compatibility with Android 2.2 and later
• allowing horizontal swiping with action bar tabs
• deep-linking with intents
• loading and caching images
• providing infinitely-scrolling lists (the public Google+ stream component)
• handling multiple-selection with the contextual action bar
• providing interactive app widgets
• using OAuth 2-authenticated Google APIs such as Google+
• using sync adapters and Google Cloud Messaging
• supporting Android Beam
• providing a unique Google TV "lean-back" experience
• and much, much more

So if you're an Android developer, head on over to the open source project at and check it out!

Note: we've temporarily left out a few things, including YouTube integration, the Google +1 button, and the new Google Analytics SDK. Keep an eye out for updates to Google Play services at; we'll be updating the app source code as services become available.

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Not sure I will try this, but it's good to see the Nexus Q might have a real future.

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