Recommendable OS environment for android application programming

by JY Kim » Tue, 14 Dec 2010 04:54:46 GMT


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 Hello.

I use 64 bit Windows and Linux(Fedora 13) on VMware.
I am familiar with both OS and wonder which is better for application
programming.
I am also going to try compiling device driver/kernel on Linux.
Currently I have only installed SDK only on Windows.
In this case which OS will be preferable?

Please answer.
Thanks.

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1. Feature request : Aggregate view of different calendars

Professionnals usually have an exchange account with outlook /
activesync.

Android will provide an easy access to google calendar.

Let's assume android will at some point provide both with push
technology (MS Activesync is implemented on the iphone, and google
should /*try to */ implement some push mail or calendar for its own
technology too.

The best use would be to have both on a single aggregate view. One
single app that would show at the same time
- exchange calendar
- google calendar

with the option when creating a new meeting / appointment to select if
it's a google or exchange event.

That way users could keep private their private life.. which doesn't
need to be sync'd on the company servers.. and could toggle which
calendars they want to see.. (no need to see business events when one
is on holiday).

Any comments / enhancements ?

Don't know how to get this idea to the right people.... ;)

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Does anyone know how to fix this problem?

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