So I’ve done my first programming for Android phones and thought I’d write a blog post about the experience. Programming for Android is a bit different from working with the Compact Framework. The abstraction level for the Dalvik applications is somehow high than the Compact Framework application. One
As I mentioned in a previous post [https://www.morkeleb.com/?p=977] I’ve been working on getting the Android application, Shuffle [http://code.google.com/p/android-shuffle/] to synchronize with Tracks [http://www.getontracks.org/]. Now that the work has continued this post describes how this feature of
I did some open-source work last week. I created a synchronization option in the Android program called Shuffle [http://code.google.com/p/android-shuffle/]. Allowing it to synchronize with the web tool called Tracks [http://www.getontracks.org/]. Here is a description of how to use the synchronization in Shuffle.