I also updated the shortner android app for honeycomb. But I might have to redo some of the layout.
I pre-registered this morning (and got my registration confirmation ) for Google I/O 2011 , an awesome place for likeminded developers to meet and discuss tech at the same level. And ofc. visit some awesome sessions about all sorts of tech.
For more info on Google I/O :
San Francisco…. Here I come!
In a week I’ll grab a plane to the states, spending some time with friends in Philly (and recover from the 8 hour flight) to then take the plane to San Francisco for Google I/O 2010 !. Can’t wait!
Whoa it’s been a while since I posted anything here. Anyway I’ll be going to Android Experience 2010 in Amsterdam on the 24th of march. And looking forward to it already :) Having developed 2 android apps by now (One for shortner and one for my employer) I’m really looking forward to swapping some ideas with other Android devvies. (That is if this isn’t an event filled with non-devvies :D But only time will tell with that ;) )
Tonight I finished writing my Shortner app for Android(tm). A good way to start the new year! (And it hasn’t even started yet!)
Oh and its already published on the android market!
Here is a video I made using the virtual android device :)
[edit: eeeh gotta re-record that video :D]
Boss wants an app for the company
So here I was wanting to write that Android app. Now I’ve played with Android before for a smaller app that makes shortners. But I wanted to do something bigger. So during a staff meeting evening I chatted on about android and iphone dev and me doing a shortner app for it. My boss caught on and told me we should probably do something for the company on a mobile platform. So we did. Continue reading Webdeveloper on Android:Linking your app to your site
Just a quick list of upcomming shortner features:
- Advanced link statistics/link searching
- Auto link reusing.
- Profile customisation
- Malware check
- Export information
- Throughput to your twitter.
They will be put in some-time soon.
I took tomorrow off to put them in
Shortner has been around for a while but always been a pet project of me. With me doing the coding ,hosting and maintenance on it I get little time to actually write about shortner :) Since the release of shortner 2 I’ve been gathering new ideas for features and optimisations for the codebase. But that time is over :) time to write something about shortner and get the api out there for people to use.