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Google Releases SDK for Android 2.1

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Jan 11, 2010, 11:23 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today the Android Developers Blog announced the availability of the software developers kit for Android 2.1. The SDK will give developers the tools they need to work with Android version 2.1. This minor update includes new API changes and bug fixes. It can be downloaded for free.




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Jan 12, 2010, 8:25 AM

Just a quick question for my fellow scoopers

What site do you use the most for learning about the coding of Android (if any of you do). I want to get into it, but so far I've had issues finding a decent "how to"guide. The one from google is helpful, but only so far.
OpenHandsetDevelopers.com is a good starting point, also there are a couple groups on google that are for entry level programming and some more advanced stuff as well.

You might see if PPCgeeks.com has anything as well, I use them for some webOS re...
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