Yes, the article everyone has been waiting for with baited breath: how to stream MIME type of content from an Android mobile device to a WCF REST-ful service.
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Helpful tips for developing Android apps.
The initial concept of my mobile application was built on a Windows Phone 7 front end, tied nicely together with a WCF SOAP service on the back. I used “Add Service Reference”, and I pretty much forgot about the fact that I was programming against a web service. That was March. This is April. In [...]
…when you get an ActivityNotFoundException and you are certain that you updated your AndroidManifest.xml file I think the hardest aspect of learning a new framework is running into these stupid little issues that leave you stumped for 4 hours, all because I lack the tribal knowledge to instinctively know whats up. So let me tell [...]
These are some things in the normal course of my life that I have come to expect and embrace to take at most 90 seconds: Achieving orgasm with a female Doing my taxes Thinking about the feelings of others Here is one thing that I never thought would take 90 seconds: Executing an Xpath statement [...]
Let me share with you some things I have learned during my first few days in the world that is Android. In particular, in this post I want to talk about how some of the basic buildings blocks of Android relate back to Silverlight concepts such as Forms, and Controls. In Android, the basic building [...]