Android Best Practices.
By: Nolan, Godfrey.
Contributor(s): Truxall, David | Sood, Raghav | Cinar, Onur.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (223 p.).ISBN: 9781430258582.Subject(s): Android (Electronic resource) | Application software -- Development | Mobile computingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Android Best PracticesDDC classification: 005.258 LOC classification: QA76.76.A65 .N384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents at a Glance; Chapter 1: Before You Start; Introduction to Android; Who Should Read This Book?; What You Need Before You Begin; An Actual Android Application; A Working Development Environment; All the Bells and Whistles; Source Code for the Sample Application; What's in This Book; Chapter 2: Android Patterns; UI Design Patterns; Holo; ActionBarSherlock Navigation; Designing for Different Devices; Fragments; Architectural Design Patterns; Classic Android; MVC; The Model; The View; The Controller; MVVM; The Model; The View; The ViewModel; Dependency Injection; The ToDoModule
The Database ProviderThe Stub Provider; ToDoApplication; Summary; Chapter 3: Performance; History; Performance Tips; Android Performance; Java Performance; SQLite Performance; Web Services Performance; Optimized Code; Tools; DDMS; System Performance; Heap Usage; Eclipse Memory Analyzer; Memory Allocation; Threads; Method Profiling; Traceview; Lint; Hierarchy Viewer; Unix Tools; Top; Dumpsys; Vmstat; Summary; Chapter 4: Agile Android; Benefits; Benefits to the Business; Benefits to the Developer; The Sweet Spot; Elements of Agile; Goals; Roll Call; TDD; BDD; Continuous Integration
Putting It All TogetherSummary; Chapter 5: Native Development; Deciding Where to Use Native Code; Where Not to Use Native Code; Where to Use Native Code; Java Native Interface; Difficulties Writing Native Code Using JNI; Generate the Code Using a Tool; Generating C/C++ Header Files Using javah; Generating the JNI Code using SWIG; Minimize the Number of JNI API Calls; Use Primitive Data Types as Native Method Parameters; Minimize Reach-Back from Native Code to Java Space; Memory Usage; Local References; Never Cache Local References; Release Local References in Complex Native Methods
Dealing with StringsUse Proper Memory Management Function; Operating on Arrays; Do Not Request Unnecessary Array Elements; Prevent Updating Unchanged Arrays; Native I/O; Caching Classes, Method and Field IDs; Threading; Never Cache the JNI Environment Interface Pointer; Never Access Java Space from Detached Native Threads; Troubleshooting; Extended JNI Check; Always Check for Java Exceptions; Always Check JNI Return Values; Always Add Log Lines While Developing; Native Code Reuse Using Modules; Benefit from Compiler Vectorization; Summary; Chapter 6: Security; The State of Android Security
Secure Coding PracticesIndustry Standard Lists; PCI List; OWASP; OWASP's General Secure Coding Guidelines; OWASP's Top 10 Mobile Risks; Google Security Tips; Our Top 10 Secure Coding Recommendations; Best Practices in Action; Security Policy Enforcer; Version 1 Settings.java; Version 2 Settings.java; Version 3 Settings.java; Summary; Chapter 7: Device Testing; Choosing a Strategy; Emulators; Install Intel x86 Atom System Image; Create Your Own Device; Downloading Manufacturer's AVDs; Automating Emulator Testing with Jenkins; Hardware Testing; Third-Party Testing Service
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