Join Lee Brimelow for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating multiresolution graphics, part of Developing Applications for Amazon Kindle Devices.
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So, in the last movie, I gave you an overview of how to approach multi-screen …development for Kindle and for Android in general. …So, now we're actually going to put it into practice. …And in this move, I'm going to show you how to create different size graphics for …different pixel densities. because remember, we have those three …devices that we're targeting. So, I'm going to go into my Layout …folder. And I'm going to go to the Main Menu …screen. And let's go back and show it in Kindle …Fire HD 7-inch. Now, when I was developing the …application, I was using the 7-inch device as my target because that's the, …the device that I actually own. So now, to actually correct it and to …also support those other devices, I need to figure out what I have to do to both …the graphics and the layout in order to make it consistent across all those …devices. So, let's take a look at what this …actually looks like on the 8.9 device. And you can see that everything is …essentially gotten smaller. Remember that the pixel density of the …
The course also covers multiscreen development and testing with the Kindle Emulator, as well as actual deployment to the Kindle store.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Preparing for Development
2. Integrating In-App Purchasing
3. Using the GameCircle API
4. Using the Amazon Maps API
5. Multiscreen Development
6. Preparing to Publish
Targeting other devices6m 51s
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