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  • Submitting an Application to the Amazon Mobile App Distribution Portal - Techotopia
    Figure 48 4 The Description screen initially requests the text in English but also provides the option to add translations to other languages In the absence of a translation to other languages the English version will be used in those territories The information required on this screen is as follows Short Description A short description up to 1200 characters in length This description appears when a user looks at your application s description on a mobile device Long Description The description of your application as it will appear on the Amazon App Store Web site This description can be up to 4000 characters in length Product Feature Bullets A list of bullet points that highlight the key features of your application The list must include between three and five concise points This information appears on the Amazon web site Keywords An optional set of comma separated keywords that will make your app easier to find when a user performs a search on the Amazon App Store Once this information has been provided in English click either on the Save and Add a Translation button to add descriptions for other languages or the Save button if no other translations are available Images and Multimedia In addition to providing well written and compelling descriptions of your application it is also vitally important that the application be accompanied by high quality images These images along with an optional promotional video are uploaded via the Images Multimedia screen Figure 48 5 This screen requests the following Small icon The icon that represents your application as 114x114px PNG image with transparency Large icon The icon that represents your application as 512x512px PNG image with transparency Screenshots Three to ten screenshots of your application running in either PNG or JPG format Screenshots may be 800 x 480px 1024 x 600px 1280 x 720px 1280 x 800px or 1920 x 1200px in dimension and in either portrait or landscape orientation Promotional Image An optional image that may be used by Amazon to promote your application The only stipulated requirement for this image is that it include the name of the application If provided this image must be a landscape PNG or JPG image with dimensions of 1024x500px Videos Up to five optional videos promoting your application Videos must be in MPEG 2 WMV MOV FLV AVI or H 264 MPEG 4 format at a minimum of 720px wide at 1200 kbps or higher Smaller videos may be uploaded using this screen Video files larger than 100Mb must be uploaded using FTP details of which can be found by following the provided link On Kindle Fire HD devices screenshots may be taken by simultaneously holding down the volume down and power controls on the side of the device and holding them for at least one second On releasing the buttons the screen will flash and a smaller version of the image taken will briefly appear to indicate that the screenshot has been taken The corresponding image file may

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  • Kindle Fire Development Essentials - Techotopia
    Toolbar Fragment Talk to the Activity Making the Activity Talk to the Text Fragment Testing the Application Creating and Managing Android Overflow Menus on the Kindle Fire The Overflow Menu Creating a Overflow Menu Displaying an Overflow Menu Responding to Menu Item Selections Creating Checkable Item Groups Creating the Example Project Modifying the Menu Description Implementing the onOptionsItemSelected Method Testing the Application An Overview of Android Intents An Overview of Intents Explicit Intents Returning Data from an Activity Implicit Intents Using Intent Filters Checking Intent Availability Android Explicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Explicit Intent Example Application Designing the User Interface Layout for ActivityA Creating the Second Activity Class Creating the User Interface for ActivityB Adding ActivityB to the Application Manifest File Creating the Intent Extracting Intent Data Launching ActivityB as a Sub Activity Returning Data from a Sub Activity Testing the Application Android Implicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Implicit Intent Example Project Designing the User Interface Creating the Implicit Intent Adding a Second Matching Activity Adding the Web View to the UI Obtaining the Intent URL Modifying the MyWebView Project Manifest File Installing the MyWebView Package on a Device Testing the Application Android Broadcast Intents and Broadcast Receivers An Overview of Broadcast Intents An Overview of Broadcast Receivers Obtaining Results from a Broadcast Sticky Broadcast Intents The Broadcast Intent Example Creating the Example Application Creating and Sending the Broadcast Intent Creating the Broadcast Receiver Configuring a Broadcast Receiver in the Manifest File Testing the Broadcast Example Listening for System Broadcasts A Basic Overview of Android Threads and Thread handlers An Overview of Threads The Application Main Thread Thread Handlers A Basic Threading Example Creating a New Thread Implementing a Thread Handler Passing a Message to the Handler An Overview of Android Started and Bound Services Started Services Intent Service Bound Service The Anatomy of a Service Controlling Destroyed Service Restart Options Declaring a Service in the Manifest File Starting a Service Running on System Startup Implementing an Android Started Service A Worked Example Creating the Example Project Creating the Service Class Adding the Service to the Manifest File Starting the Service Testing the IntentService Example Using the Service Class Creating the New Service Modifying the User Interface Running the Application Creating a New Thread for Service Tasks Android Local Bound Services A Worked Example Understanding Bound Services Bound Service Interaction Options A Local Bound Service Example Adding a Bound Service to the Project Implementing the Binder Binding the Client to the Service Completing the Example Testing the Application Android Remote Bound Services A Worked Example Client to Remote Service Communication Creating the Example Application Designing the User Interface Implementing the Remote Bound Service Configuring a Remote Service in the Manifest File Launching and Binding to the Remote Service Sending a Message to the Remote Service An Overview of Android SQLite Databases Understanding Database Tables Introducing Database Schema Columns and Data Types Database Rows Introducing Primary Keys What is SQLite Structured Query Language SQL Trying SQLite on

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  • Pages that link to "Kindle Fire Development Essentials" - Techotopia
    to Kindle Fire Development Essentials View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Main Page links File Kindle Fire Essentials png redirect page links An Overview and History of the Kindle Fire links Setting up a Kindle Fire Android Development Environment links Creating a Kindle Fire Android Virtual Device AVD links Creating an Example Kindle Fire Android Application links Testing Android Applications on a Physical Kindle Fire Device links An Overview of the Kindle Fire Android Architecture links Android Gesture and Pinch Recognition on the Kindle Fire links Introduction to Kindle Fire App Development Essentials links An Overview of the Kindle Fire links Creating and Managing Android Overflow Menus on the Kindle Fire links Implementing an Android Content Provider links Video Recording and Image Capture on the Kindle Fire using Camera Intents links Kindle Fire Audio Recording and Playback using MediaPlayer and MediaRecorder links Working with the Amazon Maps API on the Kindle Fire links A Kindle Fire Amazon Maps API Tutorial links Marking Android Map Locations using Amazon Map Overlays links An Overview of the Amazon In App Purchasing API links A Simple Amazon In App Purchasing Example Application links Integrating Ads with the Amazon Mobile Ads

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  • Kindle Fire Development Essentials - Techotopia
    Creating a Overflow Menu Displaying an Overflow Menu Responding to Menu Item Selections Creating Checkable Item Groups Creating the Example Project Modifying the Menu Description Implementing the onOptionsItemSelected Method Testing the Application An Overview of Android Intents An Overview of Intents Explicit Intents Returning Data from an Activity Implicit Intents Using Intent Filters Checking Intent Availability Android Explicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Explicit Intent Example Application Designing the User Interface Layout for ActivityA Creating the Second Activity Class Creating the User Interface for ActivityB Adding ActivityB to the Application Manifest File Creating the Intent Extracting Intent Data Launching ActivityB as a Sub Activity Returning Data from a Sub Activity Testing the Application Android Implicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Implicit Intent Example Project Designing the User Interface Creating the Implicit Intent Adding a Second Matching Activity Adding the Web View to the UI Obtaining the Intent URL Modifying the MyWebView Project Manifest File Installing the MyWebView Package on a Device Testing the Application Android Broadcast Intents and Broadcast Receivers An Overview of Broadcast Intents An Overview of Broadcast Receivers Obtaining Results from a Broadcast Sticky Broadcast Intents The Broadcast Intent Example Creating the Example Application Creating and Sending the Broadcast Intent Creating the Broadcast Receiver Configuring a Broadcast Receiver in the Manifest File Testing the Broadcast Example Listening for System Broadcasts A Basic Overview of Android Threads and Thread handlers An Overview of Threads The Application Main Thread Thread Handlers A Basic Threading Example Creating a New Thread Implementing a Thread Handler Passing a Message to the Handler An Overview of Android Started and Bound Services Started Services Intent Service Bound Service The Anatomy of a Service Controlling Destroyed Service Restart Options Declaring a Service in the Manifest File Starting a Service Running on System Startup Implementing an Android Started Service A Worked Example Creating the Example Project Creating the Service Class Adding the Service to the Manifest File Starting the Service Testing the IntentService Example Using the Service Class Creating the New Service Modifying the User Interface Running the Application Creating a New Thread for Service Tasks Android Local Bound Services A Worked Example Understanding Bound Services Bound Service Interaction Options A Local Bound Service Example Adding a Bound Service to the Project Implementing the Binder Binding the Client to the Service Completing the Example Testing the Application Android Remote Bound Services A Worked Example Client to Remote Service Communication Creating the Example Application Designing the User Interface Implementing the Remote Bound Service Configuring a Remote Service in the Manifest File Launching and Binding to the Remote Service Sending a Message to the Remote Service An Overview of Android SQLite Databases Understanding Database Tables Introducing Database Schema Columns and Data Types Database Rows Introducing Primary Keys What is SQLite Structured Query Language SQL Trying SQLite on an Android Virtual Device AVD Android SQLite Java Classes Cursor SQLiteDatabase SQLiteOpenHelper ContentValues An Android TableLayout and TableRow Tutorial The TableLayout and TableRow Layout Views Creating the Database Project Designing

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  • Information for "Kindle Fire Development Essentials" - Techotopia
    Page ID 2983 Page content language English en Page content model wikitext Indexing by robots Allowed Number of redirects to this page 2 Counted as a content page Yes Page protection Edit Allow all users infinite Move Allow all users infinite Edit history Page creator Neil Talk contribs Date of page creation 15 35 21 November 2011 Latest editor Neil Talk contribs Date of latest edit 18 42 1 February

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  • About Windows Server 2008 Essentials - Techotopia
    aspects of installing configuring and administering Windows Server 2008 systems Whether new to Microsoft s Windows Server operating systems or upgrading from Windows Server 2003 this on line book is designed to help the reader traverse the learning curve as rapidly as possible Topics covered in this publication include installation and upgrades networking configuration terminal services disk and partition management RAID configuration security BitLocker encryption remote desktop access print services

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  • Windows Server 2008 Editions and System Requirements - Techotopia
    AD FS Windows Server 2000 Windows 2000 Advanced Server Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition and Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition may all be upgraded to Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition The Datacenter edition represents the top end of the Windows Server 2008 product range and is targeted at mission critical enterprises requiring stability and high uptime levels Windows Server 2008 Datacenter edition is tied closely to the underlying hardware through the implementation of custom Hardware Abstraction Layers HAL As such it is currently only possible to obtain Datacenter edition as part of a hardware purchase As with other versions the Datacenter edition is available only in a 64 bit version and supports up to 2TB of RAM In addition this edition supports a minimum of 8 processors up to a maximum of 64 Upgrade paths to Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition are available from the Datacenter editions of Windows 2000 and 2003 Windows Web Server 2008 Windows Web Server 2008 is essentially a version of Windows Server 2008 designed primarily for the purpose of providing web services It includes Internet Information Services IIS 7 0 along with associated services such as Simple Mail Transfer Protocol SMTP and Telnet It is available in a 64 bit version only and supports up to 4 processors RAM is limited to 32GB Windows Web Server 2008 lacks many of the features present in other editions such as clustering BitLocker drive encryption multipath I O Windows Internet Naming Service WINS Removable Storage Management and SAN Management Windows Server 2008 Features Matrix google WIN28BOX google Now that we have covered in general terms the various different editions of Windows Server 2008 we can now look in a little more detail at a feature by feature comparison of the four different editions This is outlined in the following feature matrix Feature Enterprise Datacenter Standard Web Itanium ADFS Web Agent Yes Yes Yes No No Directory uIDM Yes Yes Yes No No Desktop Experience Yes Yes Yes Yes No Windows Clustering Yes Yes No No Yes Windows Server Backup Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Windows Network Load Balancing WNLB Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Simple TCP IP Services Yes Yes Yes No Yes SMTP Yes Yes Yes Yes No Subsystem for Unix Based Applications SUA Yes Yes Yes No Yes Telnet Client Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Telnet Server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Microsoft Message Queuing MSMQ Yes Yes Yes No Yes RPC Over HTTP Proxy Yes Yes Yes No Yes Windows Internet Naming Service WINS Yes Yes Yes No No Wireless Client Yes Yes Yes No No Windows System Resource Manager WSRM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Simple SAN Management Yes Yes Yes No No LPR Port Monitor Yes Yes Yes No No The Windows Foundation Components for WinFX Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes BITS Server Extensions Yes Yes Yes No Yes iSNS Server Service Yes Yes Yes Yes No BitLocker Drive Encryption Yes Yes Yes No Yes Multipath IO Yes

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  • Performing a Clean Windows Server 2008 Installation - Techotopia
    has already been purchased The evaluation period lasts for 90 days but may be extended twice up to a total of 270 days The Windows Server 2008 download is provided in the form of an ISO image which may burned to a DVD which may subsequently be used to perform the installation Starting the Installation Process Windows Server 2008 may be installed either by booting from the installation DVD or by logging into the previously installed operating system as an administrator and launching the Setup tool on the DVD typically this will autorun when the DVD is inserted into the drive The following figure shows the initial installation screen Select the appropriate language preferences and click Next to proceed with the installation process On the subsequent screen the installation may be started by clicking on the Install now button Alternatively the What To Know Before Installing Windows Server 2008 link will provide information on system requirements and advice about issues such as application and driver compatibility Clicking on Install now proceeds to the Product Key Activation screen shown in the following figure Windows Server 2008 Activation google WIN28BOX google As mentioned previously it is not necessary to enter a key at this point in order to run Windows Server 2008 Failure to enter an activation key simply means that the operating system will run in trial mode which can only be extended for a total of 270 days If you have an activation key enter it here Alternatively click on the Next button to proceed to the next stage of the installation If an activation key was not entered a warning dialog will appear stating that it may be necessary to re install Windows at a later date i e when the trail ends resulting in lost data In practice it is possible to perform the activation before the trial ends without the need to re install If presented with this dialog click No to proceed If an activation key was not entered the next screen will ask that the required Windows Server 2008 Edition be selected Select the desired edition check the box to confirm the selection and click Next to proceed If an activation key was entered the installer already knows which edition to install Note that Core versions of each edition are available The core installation is a minimal installation of the operating system with no GUI interface and only a subset of services available by default This configuration is intended for headless servers and situations where the smallest possible attack surface is required Read and agree assuming you do agree to the license terms and proceed to the next screen where the options to upgrade or perform a clean installation are provided If the installer was invoked by booting from the DVD or the host operating system is not suitable for upgrade only the clean installation option will be provided Select this option to proceed Disk and Partition Management The next screen provides an interface for

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