The Fragment Transition

A session at Strange Loop 2012

Tuesday 25th September, 2012

4:30pm to 5:20pm (CST)

Android is evolving, but developers aren’t keeping pace.

Fragments, which let you break your UI into smaller functional pieces, were released over a year ago. Fragments enable scaling of your app to tablets and the next generation of devices. There’s a huge opportunity to lead the market, yet few businesses and developers are leading the charge.

Corey will show you techniques for starting a fresh project, renovating an existing Android code base, optimizing for tablets, and balancing use of new APIs, while remaining backward compatible. She has been using fragments as long as they have been around in the XfinityTV app as well as her personal projects. She’d never start a new project with out them!

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Corey Leigh Latislaw

Geeky eco-minded nature-loving technophile. Feminist. Android GDE, lead at @OffGridE, international speaker, sketchnoter, founder @bushelme and @androidphilly. bio from Twitter

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Time 4:30pm5:20pm CST

Date Tue 25th September 2012

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