The iPhone revolutionized the world of mobile application development. However the iPhone’s proprietary hardware and software development environments are a roadblock to many. Google’s Android platform with its promise of open standards for hardware and a free and familiar development environment make it a strong contender for competing with the iPhone platform.
This session discusses the paradigms and constraints in building a mobile application. We then dissect a simple “social” Android application which uses a REST-based webservice to communicate. This will help us understand the core components of an Android application and the Android SDK functionality.
Speaker: Rohit Nayak has over 18 years experience in software development, systems analysis and design. He has over ten years of solid Internet and E-commerce experience. He has been technical and project leadership positions with interaction with clients for consulting, requirements analysis and software specification.He is now into mobile application development building iPhone and Android applications and is playing a consulting architect in several web based applications.Rohit has a B-Tech (EE) from IIT Bombay and an M-Tech (EE) from IIT Madras.
- This session was delivered at the 4th IndicThreads.com Conference On Java
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