Just enabled “Mobile Templates” for this blog: check it out on your iPad, Android, iPhone, or mobile device: it looks really cool on my HTC Evo!
In a recent post, I’ve demonstrated how one can use the same domain-specific (Model) classes end-to-end, from the Mobile layer, to the GWT Front-End, up to server-side and Persistence layer (JPA). Recently, I’ve done a serious refactoring of my Android Receipts mobile app, using java.net.URIs to keep track of the receipts’ images location in the … More Using the same model classes in Android, GWT and JPA (Part II)
As I mentioned earlier, testing on Android is not for the faint-hearted (or the man-in-a-hurry) – documentation is very thin on the ground (although I’ve recently seen appear a few testing-related articles in the Developer documentation for the latest SDK – haven’t checked them out yet, though) and the API is cumbersome at the best … More Unit testing Android Activity
I am developing a very simple application for Android (more about this in a later post) and wanted to add some Unit Tests: these have always been notoriously difficult to add and use in the Android SDK, but recently the task has been made marginally less cumbersome by the adding a ‘parallel’ Test project to … More JMock on Android