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The cool new user interface of Android for developers
Summary
This article shows the screenshots of some pieces of the Android UI that is of interest to developers. These are from the android-sdk_m5-rc14 release.
 
Table of Contents

New Android Manifest Editor

Figure 1. Android Manifest Editor

The Developer Tools

Figure 2. Dev Tools

Development Settings

Figure 3. Development Settings

Package Browser

Figure 4. Package Browser

A Finger Paint Program

Figure 5. Finger Paint Program

Figure 6. A Touch Paint Application

Animated Path Effects

Figure 7. Animated Path Effects

Round Rectangles

Figure 8. Round Rectangles

Shapes

Figure 9. Interesting Shapes

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Old User Interface

 

Following are some screenshots of Android that might be of interest to developers. These screenshots come from Eclipse Plugin for Android Development, Dev Tools and API Demos programs

New Android Manifest Editor

AndroidManifest.xml is a required file for all the Android applications. The editor included to edit that file in the Eclipse Plugin is also made powerful.

Figure 1. Android Manifest Editor

Figure 1. Android Manifest Editor

The Developer Tools

Several developer related tools are here. Including: Development Settings, Exception Browser, Instrumentation, Media Scanner, Package Browser, Pointer Location, Prefferred Packages, XMPP Settings (XMPP is now called GTalk, though).

Figure 2. Dev Tools

Figure 2. Dev Tools

Development Settings

Figure 3. Development Settings

Figure 3. Development Settings

Package Browser

Figure 4. Package Browser

Figure 4. Package Browser

A Finger Paint Program

A nice little Finger Paint program is included in the Graphics section of the API Demos.

Figure 5. Finger Paint Program

Figure 5. Finger Paint Program

There is also a Touch Paint application, where the drawing on the screen fades away.

Figure 6. A Touch Paint Application

Figure 6. A Touch Paint Application

Animated Path Effects

You can see an animated Path Effects in the Graphics section of API Demos.

Figure 7. Animated Path Effects

Figure 7. Animated Path Effects

Round Rectangles

Rectangles with rounded corners and interesting effects.

Figure 8. Round Rectangles

Figure 8. Round Rectangles

Shapes

Figure 9. Interesting Shapes

Figure 9. Interesting Shapes

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The cool new user interface of Android

This article contains the screenshots of various general interest applications in the ‘Google Phone’ emulator (the emulator from the Android) in version m5-rc14.

The cool new user interface of Android for developers

This article contains the screenshots of various applications of interest to developers in the ‘Google Phone’ emulator (the emulator from the Android OS) in version m5-rc14.

Old User Interface

These articles show how the previous version of Android looked like.

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 OS).

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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