Thanks to some great pull requests and some cleanup and testing on my side the Maven Android SDK Deployer is now available in version 1.3 and support the latest Android version 4.1 (platform 16), Google Cloud Messaging library for client … Read more →
The buzz is all happening now here at AnDevCon and I just completed my workshop about using Apache Maven and related to tools for Android development pros and teams with an engaged audience of about 25 people.
With a sore throat I braved through the presentation about taking advantage of Apache Maven for your Android application development builds today in front of 40 or so people. I have the impression that the interactive session with demos was … Read more →
Having worked with Apache Maven since the Maven 1 days, committing on various open source projects around Maven and Maven usage, using Nexus and Hudson and finally writing the Android chapter of Maven: The Complete Reference, got me into working … Read more →
I am at OSCON Java 2011 and just finished presenting about Android open source development tools covering the supplied default tools in the SDK and going way beyond covering libraries and tools for all sorts of aspects of Android application … Read more →
After a great start on Monday and Tuesday AnDevCon really got started for me with doing my presentations. Guess how I went?
No matter if you were able to attend my presentation at AnDevCon 2011 or not, here are the presentation files for all of you to enjoy: Taking Advantage of Apache Maven for Android Development Unit Testing, Integration Testing and Continuous … Read more →
Now that the static library for Fragments support down to Android 1.6 is available as part of the SDK download, I have updated the Maven Android SDK Deployer to push the jar into your Maven repository so you can use … Read more →
I have updated the Maven Android SDK Deployer with support for the full release of the 3.0 platform of the Android SDK so that all Maven users can build their tablet apps before the open source built jars get into … Read more →
With the new release of Android API level 10 also know as platform 2.3.3 Near Field Communication NFC has come even more to the center stage than previously. It seems like a surge of NFC devices and usages is about … Read more →