D

Dalvik Debug Monitoring Service (DDMS),

304-306 data image, 3 data storage content providers accessing, 244 creating, 244-249

native databases available as content providers, 243-244 URIs (uniform resource identifiers), 244

explained, 221

file saving and loading, 249-250 shared preferences changing UI based on stored data,

225-228 creating and retrieving, 222

End User License Agreement

(EULA), 228-232 explained, 221

preferences framework, 222-225 SQLite database creating personal diaries, 239-242 creating separate database package,

232-235 explained, 232

utilizing separate database packages, 236-239

data types, passing between activities,

46-49 databases

Browser, 243 CallLog, 243 Contacts, 243-244 LiveFolders, 244 MediaStore, 244

native databases available as content providers, 243-244 SearchRecentSuggestions, 244 Setting, 244

SQLite. See SQLite database

SyncStateContract, 244

UserDictionary, 244

DataStorage activity, 224, 226-227

DataStorageTester activity, 247-248

DDMS (Dalvik Debug Monitoring Service), 304-306

debugging

Android Debug Bridge, 18

Android SDK debug tools

ADB (Android Debug Bridge), 307 Hierarchy Viewer, 309-313 LogCat, 307-309 Android system debug tools, 313-316 Eclipse built-in debug tools

Dalvik Debug Monitoring Service

(DDMS), 304-306 debugging through breakpoints, 306

specifying run configuration, 303-304

GNU project DeBugger (GDB),

315-316 overview, 303 declaring permissions, 287-288 delete() method, 245 design, 12-13 detectEdges() function, 55 development

Android native components, 284-287 Android SDK

Android Debug Bridge, 18 emulator, 16-17 installing, 14-15 signing and publishing, 18 upgrading, 14-15 Android smartphones, software features and API level, 15-16 coding styles, 11-12 design, 12-13 forward compatibility, 13 robustness, 13-14 Device Status panel (DDMS), 305 Devices panel (DDMS), 305 devices running Android automobiles, 7

Bluetooth devices accessing wireless networks, 191-193

device vibration, 191 discovering, 187 opening Bluetooth sockets, 188-191

pairing with bonded Bluetooth devices, 188

hardware differences screens, 8

sensors, 9-10

user input methods, 9

HTC models, 6

marking device's current location on map, 274

Motorola models, 6 returning device's rotational attitude,

176-179 Samsung models, 6 table of, 3-5 tablets, 7

dialing phone numbers, 185 dialog boxes. See specific dialog boxes diaries.xml file, 239 diary, creating, 239-242 Diary activity, 237-238 DiaryContentProvider activity, 245-246 diaryrow.xml file, 239-240 diary.xml file, 236 dichotomy of Android, 2 differentiating applications in Android

Market, 20 Dimension attribute, 80 dimens.xml file, 97 directories directory structure of projects, 26-28 resource directories, 79

discovering Bluetooth devices, 187 DisplayDiaries activity, 240-242 divideMessage() method, 197, 200 Donut, 15 D-pad, 9

draw() method, 142

drawArcs() method, 278

drawing 3D images, 140-145

Droid (Motorola), 6

Droid Incredible (HTC), 6

Droid X (Motorola), 6

drop-down menus, creating, 110-112

dumpsys, 314-315

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