Monthly Archives: October 2014

Voice Enable Your Android Apps

During CodeRage 9 I revisited adding voice support to Android apps. There are some updates from my previous skill sprint coverage on the topic and my original post on launching Google Glass apps via Voice. You can download the Samples and Components … Continue reading

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Fire UI and the Multi-Device Designer

During CodeRage 9 I had a session on Fire UI and the Multi-Device Designer. You can also check out my previous post on creating a custom FireUI view for the Moto 360. Fire UI is made up of three parts: Behavior Services – Runtime & … Continue reading

Posted in design, Mobile | 2 Comments

Meet Me in São Paulo, Brazil at the Embarcadero Conference

Last year was my first visit to the Embarcadero Conference in São Paulo, Brazil and I loved it. So I am going back again this year. As an added treat I’m be joining Marco Canto, the Delphi product manager. We both … Continue reading

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New XE7 Android Features Skill Sprint

XE7 is full of new features everywhere, but there are some really nice ones specific to Android. Here is a replay of my Skill Sprint session on New Android Features. The new Android specific features in XE7 include: Google Mobile … Continue reading

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