From KitKat to Lollipop and Marshmallow to Nougat each version of Android changes the behaviour of how your applications work. Documentation of these changes is readily available for consumers but for app developers, detailed information on the implications of each version is less prevalent.
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Learn about the new Google features introduced in Android Oreo and how they affect Zebra developers targeting our mobile Android devices.
In this webinar we’ll cover:
- The newly introduced background application limits in Oreo
- Changes to how notifications work
- The newly introduced Play Store policies
- Many other features
Discover how these changes might impact your existing and future enterprise applications.
This tutorial will take you through scanning barcode data via Android Intents using DataWedge on Zebra devices with a Xamarin application.