by Mark Murphy
One of the staples of the new Honeycomb UI framework is the action bar -- the combination toolbar, menu, and title bar that appears at the top of most Android activities. This presentation covers a myriad of topics related to using the action bar, from simply enabling it, to customizing its contents, to supporting context-sensitive operations.
by Ken Jones
Fragments were introduced in Honeycomb "primarily to support more dynamic and flexible UI designs on large screens." Google's introduction of the Android Compatibility package extended Fragment support to devices running version 1.6 or later. In this session, learn how Fragments can make your applications more modular, flexible, and portable -- even for smaller handheld devices.
9th–11th October 2011