Atul Palandurkar

Android versus iPhone

Objectives :

  • 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?
Color Code :
  • Green : Positive Point
  • Red : Negative Point
  • Black : Neutral

Parameter

Android

iPhone

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
E-mail 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?

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I would love to write for such a nice technology forum. It will be a great experience for me too. Thanks a lot Admin –  Java Beginners Tutorial.

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Andoid 4.1 Jelly Beans

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Android Jelly Beans Logo

Google has come up with yet another version of Android i.e. Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean which is the fastest and smoothest version of Android yet. Jelly Bean came with improved simplicity and old but the golden beauty of Android 4.0, also introduces a new & great feature of Google search.

Key Features for users & developers :

# Fast & Smooth but Responsive

It is fast, smooth & responsive at the same time due to consistent framerate.

# Expandable but actionable notifications

Now you can take action directly on to the notifications. And because they’re expandable you can get an even deeper look into the things that matter most, like multiple emails or photos on Google+.

# Magical Widgets

It is very easy now to personalize your home screen with Jelly Bean. As soon as you place widgets on the screen, everything else automatically moves to make room Also when they’re too big in size, widgets magically resize on their own.

# Fast snapping & sharing

Snapping was much faster with Android 4.0 but Android 4.1 Jelly Beans made it much more faster than ever before. You can simply swipe over camera to filmstrip view to instantly view the photos you just captured, and quickly swipe away the ones you don’t like. Now sharing and bragging just a fun.

# Smart Keyboard

Android 4.1 has smart keyboard which supports text prediction with accurate dictionary. Now you can type using Voice typing because improved TTS (Text To Speech) support, and no data connection is required means you can voice type anywhere.

# Accessibility

Jelly Bean has introduced a great new feature of ‘Gesture Mode’ because of which blind users can navigate the UI using touch and swipe gestures n combination with speech output, it also supports accessibility plugins to enable external Braille input and output devices via USB and Bluetooth.

# Android Beam

Now Jelly Bean allows you to easily share your photos, videos, contacts, web pages, YouTube videos directions, and apps with just a simple tap. You just need to touch two NFC-enabled Android devices back-to-back then tap to beam to another device with instantly pairing them to Bluetooth.

# Improved Google Search

The Jelly Bean has come up with fast Google Search with enhanced look & feel. Now Google supports voice search also.

# Bi-Directional Text

Jelly Bean supports displaying bi-directional text (i.e. left-to-right or right-to-left) in TextView (i.e. Label) & editing text in EditText (i.e. Textfield).

# Internationalization (i18n)

Now Android 4.1 supports many more languages like Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam. And new Emoji characters from Unicode version 6.0, better glyph support for Japanese users(renders Japanese-specific versions of glyphs when system language is set to Japanese), Arabic glyphs optimized for WebViews in addition to the Arabic glyphs for TextViews Vertical Text support in WebViews, including Ruby Text and additional. Also Vertical Text glyphs; Synthetic Bold is now available for all fonts that don’t have dedicated bold glyphs.

# Discover new input device attached or removed

In Android 4.1, now Apps can register broadcast to be notified when any new input devices are attached or removed, by USB, Bluetooth, or any other connection type. This information cam be used to change the state or capabilities as and when needed. For example, a game could receive notification that a new keyboard or joystick is attached, indicating the presence of a new player.

Source : Official Android Site

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Hello World in different languages

Free Source Code

Free Source Code

Objectives :
* How to write Hello World in Java?
* How to write Hello World in C?
* How to write Hello World in PHP?
* How to write Hello World in C++?
* How to write Hello World in JavaScript?
* How to write Hello World in HTML?
* How to write Hello World in CSS?
* How to write Hello World in COBOL?

Java

[sourcecode language=”java”]
class HelloWorld
{
public static void main(String args[])
{
System.out.println(“Hello World!”);
}
}
[/sourcecode]

C

[sourcecode language=”c”]
#include
#include
void main()
{
clrscr();
printf(“Hello World!”);
getch();
}
[/sourcecode]

C++

[sourcecode language=”cpp”]
#include
#include
void main()
{
clrscr();
cout<getch();
}
[/sourcecode]

CSS

[sourcecode language=”css”]
body:before
{
content: “Hello World”;
}
[/sourcecode]

COBOL

[sourcecode language=”text”]
****************************
IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.
PROGRAM-ID. HELLO ENVIRONMENT DIVISION.
DATA DIVISION.
PROCEDURE DIVISION.
MAIN SECTION.
DISPLAY “Hello World!”
STOP RUN
****************************
[/sourcecode]

HTML

[sourcecode language=”html”]
<html>
<head>
<title>Hello World Example</title>
</head>
<body>
Hello World!
</body>
</html>
[/sourcecode]

JavaScript

[sourcecode language=”javascript”]
document.write("Hello World");
[/sourcecode]

PHP

[sourcecode language=”php”]
<!–?php echo ‘Hello World!’ ?–>
[/sourcecode]

Linux Shell Script

[sourcecode language=”text”]
echo "Hello World !"
[/sourcecode]

Enjoy coding!

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Android Application Development Training

Sharda Infotech, one of the leading IT firm who is into Corporate Training since 2006 now offers Android Application Development Training, also offering jobs after completing the training depending on the performance of the candidate since Sharda Infotech is also in development from the same time & now has started Android Application Development too.

For more details mail us at training@shardainfotech.com or call us on 091 – 9766210353.

If you are interested in starting your own business or franchise, write to us at franchise@shardainfotech.com or call us on 091 – 9766210353.

How to edit Facebook comment?

Objectives :

  • How to edit Facebook comments?
  • How to edit Facebook status?

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After Google+, now Facebook has implemented a new feature. Now Facebook allows users to edit the comment they have posted whereas this feature is with Google+ since beginning. Please go through the video to learn a new & interesting feature of Facebook.

But make a note that you can edit comments not status updates.

Seminar on Android & Mobile Application Development

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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.

Survey says : Java rocks as always

Eclipse Open Source Developer Community was invited to take active part in a survey between 23 April to 15 May 2012 conducted by Oracle. The Survey was promoted via social networks like Facebook, Twitter & some online technology forums where 840 people took part & out of which 732 completed the survey.

The survey describes that 76% people uses Java as primary language for software development. This shows that Java rocks as always.

I LOVE JAVA 🙂

Want to Learn Android?

Learn Android in Nagpur

Great news for Nagpur people, now you don’t need to go anywhere else & can learn, explore Android.

Sharda Infotech, one of the leading IT firm who is into Corporate Training since 2006 now offers Android Application Development Training, also offering jobs after completing the training depending on the performance of the candidate since Sharda Infotech is also in development from the same time & now has started Android Application Development too.

For more details mail us at training@shardainfotech.com or call us on 091 – 9766210353

If you are interested in starting your own business or franchise, write to us at franchise@shardainfotech.com or call us on 091 – 9766210353