Android Developers’ site gets redesign


The folks at Android have introduced a redesign for the Android Developers’ site. The new design is extremely simple and exists to help developers “build beautiful, powerful, successful apps.

Three prominent tabs at the top of the site take you to Android’s design guidelines page, resources, including APIs and SDK tools, for developing Android apps, and a page with information about distribution, monetization, promotion, etc.

The new site should help new Android developers handle the three most important tasks in application development — design, develop, and distribute — with ease.

More than these useful tabs, an Android 4.0-like search bar and a menu/context button adds a nice little touch that makes us feel right at home.

It makes me want to open Eclipse right now, so I say kudos to Google. Head to the source link if you want to see it for yourself. [Android Developers via Android Developers Blog]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I always wanted to build my own android app, but the only idea for an app I can think of is a game. But I have no idea how to go about making that sort of game….anyone here know a good tutorial on making a 2d sidescroller? I think I need to use a physics engine at some point and that is gonna kill me.

  2. Umm, title?

  3. its about time they updated the look. the old look sometimes made me get lost on navigation.

    also, title says ‘gests’..

  4. I wish other sites would implement the menu and search button like the new Android Dev website does!

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