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Embedded Android Workshop at Android Open 2011

The first Android Open Conference took place about 10 days ago. Karim Yaghmour of OperSys published the presentation slides he used during his Android presentations.

See Embedded Android Workshop presentation slides below.

Those 159 slides cover the following:

  1. Android Basics
  2. Android History
  3. Android Ecosystem
  4. Legal Framework for Android
  5. Platform and Hardware requirements
  6. Development Tools
  7. Concepts and Internals:
    1. Android Concepts
    2. Framework Intro
    3. Native Development
    4. Overall Architecture
    5. System startup
    6. Linux Kernel
    7. Hardware Support
    8. Native User-Space
    9. Dalvik
    10. JNI
    11. System Server
    12. Calling on Services
    13. Activity Manager
    14. Binder
    15. Stock AOSP Apps
  8. Android Open Source Projects
    1. Tools and location
    2. Content
    3. Building
    4. Build system
    5. Adding new applications
    6. Images
    7. Using adb
  9. System Server
    1. Services run by System Server
    2. Observing the System Server
    3. Calling on system services
    4. Inside a few system services
    5. Creating your own system service
  10. Hardware Abstraction Layer
  11. Android Framework
    1. Location and components
    2. Android
    3. Customization
  12. Custom Toolchains and Dev Kits
    1. Rationale
    2. SDK generation
    3. NDK generation
    4. Creating a cross-dev toolchain
  13. Compatibility Test Suite
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Categories: Android, Linux Tags: Android, Linux, aosp, cross-compilation, kernel, ndk, opersys, sdk, training, tutorial
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