Friday, August 26th, 2011 at
Useful Shortcut Keys:
(replace cmd with ctrl and opt with alt on Windows/Linux)
esc - back key
ctrl + f12 - toggle landscape and portrait
cmd + option + enter - full screen
f2 - menu
cmd + shift + L - Displays all available shortcuts
cmd + shift + F - formats source
cmd + shift + O - organize imports
cmd + L - go to line number
cmd + 1 - quick fix
control + space - content assist
cmd + shift + T - finds a class
cmd + T - shows hierarchy of class you’ve selected
option + shift + a - shows Android specific shortcuts
Friday, June 24th, 2011 at
We often do release updates to our Applications. While releasing updates there are several things to be considered.
When installed as an update to a previous version, the following scenario might Occur,
App can’t even be installed at all.
There are certain parts of an application that are edited only once ie) during the first time of app creation. Once you publish an app, these has to be unaltered. This helps in avoiding surprises by understanding them. Here are a few important Points,
The package name should never be changed during an update. It causes the Android System to treat the new update application as an entirely new Application.
Possible Issues – Broken Widget and Shortcuts
Developer Certificate and Key
The developer’s certificate and key must be the same as the previous issue. This causes the Signature Mismatch error and fails the new update. It doesn’t allow to install the update at all.
Thursday, May 19th, 2011 at
We can rotate the android emulator by using the shortcuts
Ctrl+F12 and Ctrl+F11