This would have the text on Java language SE unto EE.
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Found this nice blog in Android weekly newsletter
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Recentaly Android L had been in news a lot. There are many posts on net which describes the features coming in. The one which I like the most is android runtime or ART. Originally android uses dalvik runtime which converts the instructions at the time of running the app which had been a major reason of android being slow. In ART app code gets converted into executable ones and for ever. After that there is no conversion of code while running the app. This results in approximately 30% faster execution, hence a fast device and memory saving too. What few people know is that this feature is present in current kitkat version also. Only that its not the default setting. Goto settings, developer options, default runtime; and select ART and reboot the device.
It will take a while in upgrading apps. After that you will notice a faster device. Please keep in mind that some apps might not work properly. If that’s a major issue you will need to revert back to dalvik runtime. At present I only had issue with one app which I can live with. Please also note that if you are not running kitkat you may have more issues or won’t have the option of ART which depends on the version of Android you are running.
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Look no further, moon+ reader pro is the best. What’s more is that currently you can get it for 50 percent off. So if you are looking for reader for your pdf and epub files grab it from Google play store.
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I am currently being able to write this post using keyboard that comes with Keepass2Android, which is smallest still typable keyboard on android. Other keyboards take up too much space.
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For android and Java programming look no further. You can also pay to get guided tutorials. Excellent app, free for expert coding.
For C, C++ programming on your tablet. Excellent source editor; write, save, compile. Its as easy as one two three. Unfortunately it better to pay and get rid of ads to reclaim screen estate. Along with that I use terminalide keyboard which itself is great app for programming but lacks smoothness of CPPDROID. This app also has nice tutorials and examples.
Other app worth mentioning are SAND ide, DroidEdit and SourceReader. Please look for them on Google play. Hope this helps. Thanks for stopping by n reading.
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