How to apply CCS3 media query techniques in Android Development


Here is a great post from RomanNurik on the Android developer blog.

The number of people working on mobile apps, and specifically Android, is growing fast. Since modern mobile software-development is a relatively new profession, the community is growing by sucking in experts from related domains, one being web design and development.

It turns out that familiarity with web UI development, particularly using modern HTML5 techniques, can be a great primer for Android UI development. The Android framework and SDK have many analogues to tools and techniques in the Web repertoire of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

In this blog post, we’ll walk through a few web development features and look for matches in the world of Android UI development.

He discuses how you can apply many of the custom layouts used in Css3 media queries in Android layout development.  Rather than repeating, the whole post here, jump over to the Android developer blog and have a look at the post.

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