Seasoned Developers May See a Sweet Deal in Honeycomb

Seasoned Developers May See a Sweet Deal in Honeycomb

Experienced Java or smartphone developers probably won’t have any problem mastering Google’s new tablet OS, Android 3.0 “Honeycomb.” “If you’re a Java developer, it’s going to take you three to five days to get to the point where you can be dangerous enough to develop apps,” said Android expert Marko Gargenta. “For somebody who’s familiar with Android, it may take him less than a day to get into all the intricacies.”


Honeycomb offers a number of new features for developers, including a property-based animation framework, new UI components, new themes, richer widgets and notifications, a new 3D graphics engine, and HTTP Live streaming support.

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