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It is not news for Android developers that following Google’s announcement of Kotlin support during Google I/O 2017, Google have embraced Kotlin as the preferred development language for Android, even to the extent that the “Build your first app” tutorial on the Android developer site will default to showing Kotlin code.
Updated January 2020 to include detail about Android Pie.
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 blog details the developer impact of moving to Zebra devices running Android Nougat (API level 24 & 25). It is the follow-up to my previous blog about preparing for Android Marshmallow (API level 23). If you are moving from Lollipop directly to Nougat, I recommend you read the blogs in sequence since all of the information related to Marshmallow (e.g.
This page attracts people from all experience levels. Some people are seasoned experts printing from apps. For others, this is what they seek when they’re looking for help when interacting with a Zebra printer for the first time. If this is the case, then these resources are for you! Start to finish, these steps will help you go from label novice to a printing pro: