[Estimated Reading Time: 10 minutes] This is it. The home straight. The final part of my series on writing a camera app using Oxygene for Android. In this concluding part I shall look at making my application a well behaved Android citizen. As well as pointing out (and fixing) some mistakes I have made along the way, we will add a new capability.
[Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes] The fourth and final part in the not-as-short-as-I-thought-it-would be series on building a camera app for Android using Oxygene. In this penultimate instalment we will add the capability to actually take a picture. But that won’t take very long, so then we will spend a bit of time tidying up the application UI.
[Estimated Reading Time: 8 minutes] Not a Merchant Ivory production, but Part 3 in the Oxygene for Java camera app for Android series. So far we have seen that we can work directly with the Android platform manifest and layout files and how the Oxygene language is a first class citizen in the Java platform and just one way in which it simplifies and improves the business of writing Java code, in Pascal. Now it’s time to make the app do something useful.