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OrlandoJUG - Android Patterns & Alternative Dev Strategies like Gradle with Jackie Gleason at DeVry University Room 106

March 28, 2012 from 6pm to 9pm
NOTE - Date change - this meeting is on Wed the 28th!With the introduction of Fragments in Android ICS and higher the paradigm for UI development has shifted. This also introduced the need to include a compatibility library for older devices. In this session we will explore what has changed and how to implement the new patterns. We will also look into alternative development strategies such as the use of Gradle for build and dependency management, allowing for a decoupling from…See More
Mar 22, 2012
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Android Town

Android is an open Java-based platform to use for developing mobile apps. Do you believe mobile computing is the wave of the future? We do!
Sep 6, 2011
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Jul 31, 2011
David Cook is attending David Moskowitz's event

Google Web Toolkit and App Engine at Community Foundation of Sarasota

January 26, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
This month at the Sunjug, David Chandler from Google with discuss two technologies for developing and deploying Rich Internet Applications.What’s New in GWT 2.1 Google Web Toolkit (GWT) lets you build and optimize rich browser-based apps without having to be an expert in browser quirks,XMLHttpRequest, or JavaScript. In this talk, we'll look at powerful new capabilities in GWT 2.1 including MVP architecture with Activities and Places, client-server communication with RequestFactory, visual…See More
Jan 25, 2011
David Cook and Michael Levin are now friends
Dec 15, 2010
David Cook was featured
Dec 14, 2010

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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2011 - Eclipsepedia

From November 1-30, we are inviting individuals to organize and attend Eclipse 10th Birthday Parties around the world! Click the link to see details.

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