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Writing an Android Twitter Client with Python

Article Source Linux Magazine
June 16, 2009, 6:25 am

There are many Android tutorials on the Internet and books in the bookstores showing how to write applications — I know, I’ve read many of them and have even been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to write a few myself. Up until this point, every Android application I have seen has been written in Java with a few of the more intrepid tutorials covering the topic of getting a “C” application to run on Android.

While writing applications in Java and the Android SDK is really pretty easy for a coder with an interest in learning the SDK, there is a bit of a learning curve in getting the tools setup, navigating the SDK and getting your application to run happily on the device. If you are looking to write an application for the Android Market, using the SDK is the way to go...



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