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Pictures of basic functionality on a Google Phone / Android
Summary
This article shows the pictures of interest to the developers of applications on Google Phone / Android. These are the pictures of API Demos and built-in Developer Tools.
 
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API Demos

Figure 1: The API demos that show off various parts of Android SDK

Figure 2: Translucence. See how the background in this figure is translucent and the text in the front is clearly visible.

Figure 3: Status bar icons

Figure 4: Text Styling. The usual plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic text styles.

Figure 5: OpenGL Color Cube. This 3-D color cube also rotates.

Figure 6: Interesting Path Effects

Figure 7: Text with Links and Phone Numbers. Clicking on the url or phone number will do the appropriate thing.

Figure 8: Controls (check boxes, radio buttons, etc.)

Figure 9: Circular Focus

Figure 10: Photo Grid

Figure 11: Image Buttons

Figure 12: Visibility

Developer Tools

Figure 13: Developer Tools

Package Browser

Figure 14: Package Browser

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API Demos

There is a whole series of samples that use the Android SDK. A few of the more visual examples are shown below.

Figure 1: The API demos that show off various parts of Android SDK

The API demos in Android

Figure 2: Translucence. See how the background in this figure is translucent and the text in the front is clearly visible.

Translucence in Android

Figure 3: Status bar icons

Status bar icons in Android

Figure 4: Text Styling. The usual plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic text styles.

Text Styling in Android

Figure 5: OpenGL Color Cube. This 3-D color cube also rotates.

OpenGL in Android

Figure 6: Interesting Path Effects

Path Effects in Android

Figure 7: Text with Links and Phone Numbers. Clicking on the url or phone number will do the appropriate thing.

Text Links and Phone Numbers in Android

Figure 8: Controls (check boxes, radio buttons, etc.)

Controls in Android

Figure 9: Circular Focus

Circular Focus in Android

Figure 10: Photo Grid

Photo Grid in Android

Figure 11: Image Buttons

Image Buttons in Android

Figure 12: Visibility

Visibility in Android

Developer Tools

Figure 13: Developer Tools

Developer Tools in Android

Package Browser

Figure 14: Package Browser

Package Browser in Android

Pictures ...

Following articles have some screenshots of Android:

Pictures of Games on Google Phone / Android
This article contains the screenshots of sample games in the Google Phone emulator (the emulator from the Android).

Pictures of Main User Interface and Web on Google Phone / Android
This article has screenshots of the main interface of a Google Phone (or the basic set of Android features). Also has various screenshots of the web browser built into Android.

Pictures of basic functionality on a Google Phone / Android
This article shows the pictures of interest to the developers of applications on Google Phone / Android. These are the pictures of API Demos and built-in Developer Tools.

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In this set of introductory articles for getting ready for Android development, you many want to peruse the following articles:

Development tools for Android - Eclipse
This article looks at getting started with Eclipse for Android, especially if you have not done much of Eclipse development or have been a Visual Studio developer.

Getting started with the Android SDK and plugins for Eclipse
Eclipse at its core is a small platform runtime with a whole bunch of plugins providing the functionality for each area. So, the next step in getting ready for Android development is to install the appropriate plugin.

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Pictures of Main User Interface and Web on Google Phone / Android
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Article Series: Getting Started with Google Android
Next Article: This is the Last Article of the Series
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