This is supposed to be the post PC era yet you’re still developing your Android applications on them. Well friends, be shackled no more. Introducing AIDE, the Android Integrated Development Environment. Finally developers can write, compile and run their apps right on their development device. Mind you, this isn’t merely a color coded editor.
Segment.io, a Y Combinator-backed startup making it easier for developers to integrate APIs from multiple analytics providers into their applications, is today expanding its service to include support for mobile.
Why would android developers compile support library #19 and change the "screenOrientation="sensorPortrait"" into "screenOritentation = "sensorPortait"" (omitting the 2nd r in the word portrait) in the AndroidManifest.xml file???
Google released the Android 4.1 SDK today and it is now available for download. Included with the SDK are revised versions of SDK Tools (20.1.1) and NDK revision 8b. The new tools will let developers publish code up to API level 16 using Jelly Bean APIs. As usual, the SDK is available for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms.