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On April 13, 2014, in General, by LuCuS

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Android App Dev 101My newest ebook is finally available online. You can get it atĀ https://sellfy.com/p/Q4Lg/. It’s currently only available in PDF format. I’m still working on converting it to MOBI and EPUB formats. Once I’m finished converting it, the ebook will be available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble for the Kindle, Nook, and other e-readers. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!

 

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Downloading and Installing Java, Eclipse, and the Android SDK
Chapter 2: Configuring Eclipse and Creating Your First Android App
Chapter 3: Creating a Layout and Adding Some Code
Chapter 4: Testing Your App with the Android Emulator
Chapter 5: Monetizing your Android App with Google AdMob
Chapter 6: Running Your Android App on Cellphones and Tablets
Chapter 7: Publishing Your Android App to the Google Play Store
Chapter 8: (Bonus) Google Glass and Windows 7
Chapter 9: (Bonus) Computer Vision with OpenCV and Google Glass

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On February 1, 2014, in General, by LuCuS

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On January 13, 2014, in General, by LuCuS

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Python LogoRecently I was working on a project for the Raspberry Pi that grew a little too big for a single Pi to handle. Instead of moving the app to a system that contains more resources, I thought I would divide up the work load and have individual tasks ran on multiple Raspberry Pi’s instead of one. Since I already have a RPi cluster, I thought this would be a great opportunity to put it to work. Even though there are plenty of different ways to do distributed computing, I chose to go the RPC route. Since I had a really good grasp of what needed to be done and what could be offloaded to other Pi’s for processing, I chose not to use any of the available 3rd party frameworks that are out there on the web. Instead, I chose to roll my own module using the XML RPC libraries that come packaged with Python. Since my project doesn’t require any extra dependencies, it makes it easier to get up & running on the different Pi’s in my cluster. Because I went thru the (easy) work of writing the RPC app, I thought I would share a simpler version of it with all of you in case you find yourself needing to do something similar.

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