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Android Custom Views, the Right Way

Starting at 6:30pm, we'll have free food sponsored by Arbormoon Software, Inc.

Our main meeting will start at 7pm, and feature a presentation by Michael Pardo on Android Custom Views, the Right Way.

Android is a very powerful framework that has just about everything you’ll need out of the box. For everything else, Android includes a sophisticated and powerful framework for creating the crazy UI you have in mind. Learn the three main methods we use to create custom views, and all the tips you’ll need to write code that fits right in with the Android Open Source Project.

Michael is a software engineer working in Ann Arbor, Michigan, writing Android apps at Mobiata, an Expedia company. He writes an open source active record style ORM for Android called ActiveAndroid – easily persisting objects to SQLite databases. Michael is the author of RingDimmer – a featured Android app that sets your ring volume to the room volume.

 

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