This is ongoing blog on Getting Started with Android. In earlier blog, I provided an architecture overview of android application, followed by setting up the development environment for Android and creating and running a simple application.
In this blog, I would describe how to invoke web services (soap based services) via Android. In my next blog, I would follow it up with how to invoke REST based services….
This is ongoing blog on Getting Started with Android. In earlier blog, I provided an architecture overview of android application. In this blog, I would setup the development environment for Android and create a simple hello world application.
Android is an open source development platform for mobile phones based on Linux, created by Google and Open Handset Alliance. The latest release of Android is 2.3. As a developer you won’t interact with Linux directly, instead you would use the Android application framework (android apis and sdk) for creating applications.
Android applications are written in the Java language, but compiled and converted into the compact Dalvik Executable (.dex) format,…
Are you interested in delivering web services to mobile applications. Read the following hands-on tutorial on . :- Deliver Web services to mobile apps using KXML
This article of mine was first published by IBM developerWorks. All rights reserved by IBM and author.
The following articles of mine are some of the resources to get started on developing mobile applications.
A series of article for building J2ME applications.Build Smart J2ME Apps Part 1 Build Smart J2ME Apps Part 2
Using XHTML on Mobile devicesXHTML applications go mobile
Creating XML Based Mobile applications using KXML2Getting Started with KXML2 and J2ME
Creating Database driven mobile applicationsMobile database access
Developing mobile applications…
This tutorial shows you how to build a database application using J2ME Record Management System. You will also learn how to craft a MIDlet that performs the necessary logic of creating and accessing the DB2 database application and deploys it to a J2ME environment.
This tutorial of mine was first published by IBM developerWorks. All rights reserved by IBM and Author.