Finalized Honeycomb SDK released for Android 3.0 developers
The Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK has been finalized, with Google pushing out the polished version on the eve of the Motorola XOOM‘s retail debut. Accompanied by an updated set of developer tools – that includes more accurate previews of how final apps will look on-device – the new SDK has the finalized 3.0 APIs.
A list of 3.0 Honeycomb platform highlights are here, and there’s a breakdown of differences between APIs here. Meanwhile, details on how to download and get started with the 3.0 SDK – or how to check your existing apps for compatibility with the XOOM and other slates are here.
[via Android Community]
Posted on February 23, 2011, in Android, Information and tagged android, android 3.0 honeycomb, Android Honeycomb, developers, honeycomb, iPodRohan, Motorola XOOM, rohan sood, sdk, tablet. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.