Binder ICP in Android is a backbone of Android internals. Its basically a kernel driver and a handful of components and its one of the biggest pieces that makes Android an Object-oriented Operating System. Binder IPC is used for inter-process communication. This is important for Android because it relies so heavily …
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I have previously posted getting-started tutorials for Python and Ruby, and next up is good old C. Many argue that if performance and control is what you’re after, then C is really the only way to go. I would say that knowing at least the basics of C is important as it gives a greater understanding of what is actually going on than other high level languages.
If you’re developing Android applications, you will inevitably make mistakes and cause crashes. Luckily, its usually dead simple to figure out what’s gone wrong by reading the stack trace. If you’re not comfortable with reading them, then I strongly suggest you take a few minutes and read on.
After being disappointed with Ubuntu 12.04 and not finding OpenSUSE 11.2 particularly satisfying either, I realized it was time to venture onward and try out something new. Arch Linux seemed like a promising adventure.So I jumped in with both feet to see what it feels like to think correctly
Python is one of the most popular languages out there these days. Its easy to learn and suitable for a lot of different purposes, from small and quick scripts to large massive projects. So, just like I did with Ruby before I will do with Python now to give you a nice and quick introduction.
Using MySQL in any .NET language might initially seem like a daunting task. Microsoft for sure wants you to use their database system instead. However, if you know what your are doing its really not much to it. Read on for a quick guide.