Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Responsive Android Applications

Developing a mobile application is a creative process. You want to build something beautiful and functional. Something that works well on any device. Something that delights your users. Something that you're proud of. I want to show you how I develop these kinds of applications on Android. One common misconception about Android development is that it's hard to write these kinds of applications when screen properties vary so widely. You've no doubt seen Android Fragmentation Visualized, which lists a daunting number of Android devices. The truth is, you will have to put some thought into the design, but not significantly more than you would on other platforms. Android developers have excellent tools available to support this variation in device configuration and to ensure that their applications perform beautifully on all devices. In this article, I will focus on three areas of variability in Android devices and how those variations affect the development and design of Android applications. I will cover these areas at a high level and from an iOS developer's perspective: How do Android developers optimize for minor variations in screen sizes? How are differences in width and height between devices managed? How do Android developers account for screen density variations? How are applications optimized to work well on different device categories? How can I make one app that works well on phone and tablet devices?


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