Monday, May 10, 2010

How to embed the web in Android apps (video)

This is the fifth in a series of videos provided by Google on Android programming.



This video shows how we can use the WebView to create applications that render HTML pages. Along with being able to embed HTML and Javascript web pages in apps, the most exciting thing I found in this view was the fact that the Javascript in a webpage can communicate with Java code and Java code can communicate with javascript. This is really cool.

4 comments:

Emily Reed said...

I have three apps on Google Play now (Android Kakuro, Medicine Tracker, and LogicCalc) and needed to make help documentation for every one of them.I looked long and hard before settling on this mechanism alongside jQuery-mobile to give sensibly gorgeous documentation.It took a little playing around to get everything working effectively yet is remarkably simple to utilize by and large (and looks really great,as well).
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