Build Android Apps in Linux User & Developer 121
Create your own application from inspiration to installation on your Android phone or tablet
The next issue of Linux User & Developer is out, and in 121 we have a fantastic tutorial on how you can go about creating your own Android apps, built on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean SDK. The step by step guide takes you from setting up your development environment all the way to installing on your, or anyone elses, Android device.
We also have a big feature on ways to speed up your Linux distribution, including choosing the right apps, optimising your programs, and even tweaking the kernel itself.
You’ll also find in the magazine our usual spread of reviews for hardware and software, such as the Motorola RAZR i and Linux Mint 14. You can grab our latest issue in all good newsagents, or get it digitally from Great Digital Mags.
If you read the digital edition, you can download the tutorials below: