Friday, March 29, 2013

Android SDK : Android User Interface Design: Basic Font Sizes


Android device screens come in all shapes and sizes. Android developers often include text in their applications that needs to be readable, regardless of what device the application is running on. By using some simple methods, developers can write one application whose text will display reasonably well for all sorts of devices, including supporting the user's own text size preferences, with little extra work. In this quick tutorial, we will discuss some of the steps that developers can take to make the text in their applications clear and readable, as well as flexible enough to work on a variety of screen types and across multiple user display settings.


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