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Tagged with “android” (5)

  1. Episode 27: Reusable Components with Sebastian Kaspari from Mozilla Firefox


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  2. Android Developers Backstage: Android Developers Backstage- Episode 4: Google Play Services

    Tor Norbye and Chet Haase are joined by Jeff Hamilton from the Google Play services team.

    In this continuation of the mini-series with Tall Engineers Named Jeff (starting with episode #2 with Jeff Sharkey), this episode goes in-depth into the Google Play services library, which provides easier, Android-friendly access to various Google APIs, such as authentication and mapping.

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  3. Core Intuition » Episode 71: Moments Of Fleeting Genius

    Daniel and Manton talk Android on the desktop, consistency of programming languages, and various approaches to to-do list management.

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    TwUI – Twitter’s open source Mac UI framework.
    Chameleon – Iconfactory’s open source Mac UI framework.
    Google Web Toolkit – Google’s framework for building JavaScript-backed sites from Java source.
    Node.js – Streamlined JavaScript based web-development platform.
    Taskpaper – Simple To-Do app from Hog Bay Software.
    Getting Things Done – The productivity methodology by David Allen.
    OmniFocus – To-Do management software from The Omni Group.
    43 Folders – Merlin Mann’s dormant blog about productivity and creativity.
    Back To Work – Merlin Mann’s podcast recently re-focused on Getting Things Done.
    Asana – To-Do management system for teams.
    Things – To-Do management software from Cultured Code.
    Trello – To-Do management and project organization service from Fog Creek.
    Lose It! – Calorie-counting software for iOS from FitNow, Inc.
    Forget Feature Requests – Chapter from 37signals’s Getting Real about ignoring feature requests.

    Sponsored by Crashlytics: The most powerful and lightweight crash reporting service.

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  4. The Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, Episode 021 | Pocketnow

    Microsoft kick-starts the smack-talk machine, which blows up in its face just as Nokia sells its own headquarters. The Lumia 822 gives us an excuse to launch a brand-new review format, while a Nexus 4 trade lets us take a post-review look at Google’s latest smartphone. The iPhone 5S breaks its cover -maybe- while the Nexus 10 gives everyone a reason to care about big Android tablets – again, maybe. Rumors of a new 1080p device from LG get the speculation bonfire going again, but a cool bucketful of Google Play-colored cold water got us back on track.

    And, of course, it wouldn’t be a podcast without some doom-and-gloom news from HTC.

    All that, plus listener mail and Joe Levi’s inimitable insight, after the break. Plug in, kick back, and treat those beautiful ears of yours to episode 021 of the Pocketnow Weekly. Send feedback, questions, and requests to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus to stay apprised of the latest episodes. And thanks for listening!

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  5. 5by5 | Build and Analyze #67: Competing With Free

    Dan and Marco discuss Instapaper’s new competitor, Readability, the effects of competing with a free product, trying to be original while implementing similar features, and the difficulties of choosing fonts for reading body text on screens.


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