XML architecture

by JRL » Thu, 16 Apr 2009 07:57:24 GMT


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 I am looking for resources concerning Android's use of XML - not how
to's, but technical articles or whitepapers concerning the XML
architecture in Android. Why were things designed the way they were,
what considerations were made - all specific to the XML part.

Can anyone point me to some good articles/websites/books/whitepapers/
videos ?

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