Android Development

From the start of my second semester at Shippensburg University, interest in developing for Android became too good to ignore.  At first, developing for the iPhone seemed the way to go.  However, Android itself is an open source technology, which is built as a plugin for my personal favorite integrated development environment (IDE), Eclipse.  That being said, development is virtually free and runs on all mainstream operating systems in comparison to the proprietary Apple iPhone.  Planned this summer is spending countless hours of learning the Java and XML programming the apps run on.  Since starting, I have developed one application now published on the store for a college club and have use alternative methods to publish another for this site.  A total of two are now on the Android market available for download.  Many more applications are planned to be developed as soon as time allows.

Update, see app post:

Android Blood Alcohol Content Calculator:



App 2.  Apple Developer News