Mobile Development with Google's Android
Since I'm looking at other ways of developing apps for mobile devices and since I'm still undecided about Android (see previous blog entry), I've now decided to take a look at NSBasic/CE if for no other reason than that you can supposedly create apps *on the device* using their IDE....with a nifty little feature like that I've got to at least try it. More to come on that and an eventual side-by-side-by-side of Compact Framework, Android, and NSBasic/CE with a test app.
So I put together a dev box for Android last night and spent some time earlier today getting the Java SDK, Android SDK and Eclipse installed. Went ahead and installed the Eclipse plugin for Android as well - and after all that...well so far I haven't been impressed. Part of it may be because I was used to NetBeans for Java development, or maybe there's something else....in either case I'm not ready to give up yet...perhaps I'll try it with NetBeans later today. I can certainly say that even when ......