At least every quarter of a year, a new smartphone model is being released in the market that offers a more convincing set of features. To meet the increasing demand, improve the overall User Experience, and strengthen the security, mobile phone operating systems are regularly updated. Keeping track is made a lot easier using the right app builder software. Almost every year, we get a new version of Android and now, the latest Android 13 is in its beta phase. Every time there is an update, the developers are also required to take some action. This might require them to work with their ide software, do some wireless debugging or update permissions. In this video, Jim McKeeth will guide us through the latest Android changes in Delphi 11 and updates we can expect in the future.
What are the Android 11 and 12 Changes in Delphi 11?
The video will first introduce us to the current status of the operating system market share and how Android OS managed to surpass Windows over the past years. It also shows the popular Android-powered smartphones that are leading the market today. Any changes or updates made to the Android operating system will not just affect the end-users but is also a “Call to Action” for Android app developers. They need to take necessary actions to catch up with the latest version and also to make their app compatible.
How does the right app builder software help?
Each year the
targetSdkVersion requirement will advance. Within one year following each Android release, new apps and app updates will need to target the updated API or higher. This webinar allows us to see what has changed in these latest versions of Android and look at some best practices for Android development with tips for targeting the latest versions of the most popular operating system.
Now that Android 11 is shipping in almost all new phones today, Android 12 is starting to roll out and Android 13 is now in its beta phase. It also means that there will be some changes in IDE, especially in Delphi 11. Jim Mckeeth will break down all the Android changes in Delphi 11 and the possible updates in the future in support of the newer Android versions. We will also learn how to upgrade existing Android projects in Delphi and how to successfully update your Android tools. He will also demonstrate Wireless debugging, the new Runtime Permission Model, and other best practices you should know.
To learn more, feel free to watch the webinar below.