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I was asked to write a book for Java Application Development using NetBeans IDE by PACKT Publishing, UK which is one of the leading technology books publishers in world. It will be a great experience to work with the great publishing house and their team. Thanks a lot Packt & Team.
I know, Java and NetBeans community will definitely accept the book with a grand welcome. The book is intended for Java Developers who are not aware of NetBeans IDE or those who have experience of Java development but have not used NetBeans for development of Java applications. This book can be refered by novice also to learn Java and Java application development using NetBeans IDE very easily.
My outline (contents) was selected out of few other authors and then after we signed the contract, now the book is complete and very soon the book will hit the market in different formats by the publisher in March 2013.
I just love it, I have tried my best in writing this book and to make it easier for novice to experts. It was a great pleasure working with Packt Team.
You will learn many things from this book such as :
- Use NetBeans IDE for Java technologies
- Develop a HelloWorld application with NetBeans IDE
- Explore the layout of NetBeans IDE
- Develop different Java applications in NetBeans
- Use the Visual Designer
- Design Java projects
- Develop web applications using NetBeans IDE
- Add and handle images in your application
- Write interfaces in NetBeans IDE
- Handle exceptions in NetBeans IDE
- Deploy UI applications
You can buy and download the book in different formats such as e-book (pdf), e-pub, kindle book, etc.
I hope you will like the book. After reading, please mail me your reviews.
I have secured 1st Place in National Android Apps Development Championship prelim round held at JLCCE (J. L. Chaturvedi College of Engineering), Nagpur (Maharashtra – India) which was organized by AppsBuzz in association with IIT Madras in 1st week of December 2012 and have received the Certificate of Merit from them too.
The overall competition was good & the arrangements were good enough.
Now I have received the invitation mail to attend the final round at IIT Madras during 1st week of January 2013. I will try to be there & give my best too.
Many students & professionals were asking that how they can change the font size in Eclipse.
Here is the way to change the font size in Eclipse :
- Go to Window Menu > Preferences > General > Appearance > Colors and Fonts
- Then to change the font size : Go to Java > Java Editor Text Font > Edit
- Now set the font & font size you wish, done.
See Video Tutorial for above :
- What are the different versions of iOS?
- What is the timeline of iOS?
- What is the roadmap of iOS?
Versions of iOS :
Following are the versions of iOS for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch :
- V 1.0 : 29 June 2007
- V 2.0 : 11 July 2008
- V 3.0 : 17 June 2009
- V 4.0 : 21 June 2010
- V 5.0 : 12 October 2011
- V 6.0 (Beta 1) : 11 June 2012
Future Versions :
Final release of V 6.0 expected between September – November 2012.
Source : Wikipedia
Now you can have Android on TV (Television) in HD (High Definition), this would be the great experience for every Android User / Lover. Now this is possible with the help of G-Box which supports full HD & XBMC and having storage capacity up to 32 GB. G-Box allows you to play 3D games in full screen mode. You can watch streaming videos and movies from You Tube, NetFlix, etc. that too in HD, you can also watch movies from flash drives / external HDDs due to plug & play feature of the box. You can also access all your favorite social networking sites. One can also download free productivity apps from the Google’s Play Store and work from home! Developers can build the next greatest apps on an Android 4 HD platform too! All this in just $ 88.00 only (Limited Period Offer) from e-bay.
The brief specifications of G-Box are as follows :
- Mali400 Quad Core 3D GPU
- Rockchip Cortex A8 CPU
- 1GB RAM
- 4GB Storage (3.8GB Total storage = 1GB System files, 512MB Program files and 2.13 GB Storage.)
- USB Storage Extendable (Flash Drives/HDD)
- SD Storage Extendable (Up to 32GB!)
- 802.11g Wifi
- HDMI Out
- Audio/Video Out
- Y/Pb/Pr Out (G-Box II)
- 2x USB 2.0 Ports (G-Box I)
- 4x USB 2.0 Ports (G-Box II)
- Supports Wireless Keyboard/Mouse
- Supports 3D Gyro Mouse
- Supports USB Webcam w/Mic (Webcam accessories coming soon!)
- Includes G-Box, HDMI Cable and Power Adapter
Enjoy Android on TV now!
- Differences between Android & iPhone
- Comparison between Android & iPhone
- Features of Android
- Features of iPhone
- Pros Cons of Android
- Pros Cons of iPhone
- Which mobile programming platform to choose?
- Which mobile platform to choose from Android & iPhone?
- Which phone I should buy Android or iPhone?
- Green : Positive Point
- Red : Negative Point
- Black : Neutral
|Battery||Removable and Replaceable||No replacement battery|
|Applications||About 70,000 applications currently and growing rapidly||About 2,30,000 applications currently and growing|
|OS Update||Non upgrade-able OS||iPhone can support at least one major OS update before Apple launches a non-compatible or a higher configuration OS|
|Jailbreak||Many Android OS comes with an option to Jailbreak it from its service provider||iPhone does not have this feature when you buy it|
|Notifications||System wide notifications (non-modal) and other application notifications in cascade windows||Push notifications and individual notifications on updates|
|Internal Memory||Limited internal memory. Lots of apps in the internal memory will eventually make your phone less smart||Good internal memory and you have choice of different internal memory sizes|
|External Memory||External SD card can be inserted to store more photos, media, etc.||No external expandable memory.|
|Dictionary||Google Voice integration and user editable dictionary||Artificial Intelligence type dictionary. iPhone learns as you type|
|Separate Apps for Gmail and other E-mail||Single E-mail app|
|Visualization||Visually crippled non-Google apps||All apps are aesthetically gorgeous|
|Sync||Android has the Plug and Transfer feature||iTunes sync model – just like iPods|
|Menus and Buttons||The menu and back buttons don’t always do the same thing||One button – clear function|
|Text editing||Inconsistent text editing options||Text editing operations (cut, copy, paste) act the same irrespective of the application|
|Charger||Micro USB charger that is something which is readily available in the market||Apple charger only|
Now think which platform to choose?
Delivered Seminar on Android & Mobile Application Development on 22nd June 2012, Time 6 PM to 8 PM at Seed Infotech, Nandanvan, Nagpur. The Seminar was organised via Seed Infotech & received a great response from the students. It was a great experience working with Seed Infotech. And I was mesmerized by the excitement & enthusiasm shown by the students.
Android was designed for the smartphones and tablet computers but the open and customizable nature of the Android operating system allowed vendors, manufacturers it to be used on other electronics, including :
- Laptops and Netbooks
- USB Computer
- E-book readers
- Smart TVs (Google TV)
- Handheld console
- MP4 player
- Portable media player
- Cordless phone
- Portable radio
- Portable DECT phone
- Set-top box for TV
- Portable Game Console
- Head mounted display for ski goggles
- Wristwatch with phone functionality
- Wristwatch-shaped fitness tracker and smart music player
- Navigation Systems
- Home automation systems
- DVD players
In December 2011 it was announced the Pentagon has officially approved Android for use by its personnel.
Resource : Official Android website