Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Developer view : iOS View controller LifeCycle from Android Activity LifeCycle




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  1. Android is an operating system such as mobile devices like smart phones and tablet computers.Android is a Linux base mobile application which is providing very fastest services .This Android Incredible features get good popularity In market.Android has a large community of developers writing applications that extend the functionality of the devices.We are also providing good logic to develop more In this field.
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  2. This stuff is down t earth, hats off buds out there.
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  3. Nice comparison. Not seen this before but was hoping someone would do it. The other major difference between iOS and Android is Android works on a per activity basis and iOS has the AppDelegate :- many application level life cycle events are handled there on iOS.

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  4. Great blog you people have maintained there, I totally appreciate the work.
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  5. Android is not an operating system it is just an appliction on which our made application runs . OS used is linux .

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    1. You have to rethink your OS concept (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operating_system), an OS is the underlying platform on which the user apps are built.

      And BTW Linux is just the kernel, not the whole OS, maybe you mean GNU/Linux: Linux + GNU tools (bash, gcc...), in which case Android uses it own set of system tools which are not part of the GNU Tools.

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  6. Nice comparison Of life cycle between android and ios

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