On Jan 13, 2012 12:21 AM, "rupert THURNER" <rupert.thurner(a)gmail.com>
as I was asked last time and I had no good answer to it: what are the
let one find the the beta version on market?
It is not possible to download a beta from the Market.
However, thankfully on Android you can download apps not on the market if
you choose to. There are links to use (.apk) in earlier emails to this
list, just search the archives.
On Jan 13, 2012 12:59 AM, "Brion Vibber" <bvibber(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 3:31 AM, Tomasz
Finc <tfinc(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
>>> On Tue,
Jan 10, 2012 at 5:11 PM, Brion Vibber <bvibber(a)wikimedia.org
was reading up on Android 3 & 4's 'action bar' (sorta replaces the
older menu styles) and got inspired to make some mockups for a layout for
the app that might fit in better on Android 3 (Honeycomb) tablets and
Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) phones.
>>> Neat. I'm liking that were
starting to look closer to what Holo Android
users are going to expect
actually a couple nice screenshots of an SDK sample program that
shows what might be another good way to change the layout:
>> That's a sample photo-gallery type
app that has, in tablet layout, a
left column where you select individual items and then the rest of the
screen is the photo view. On the actionbar, the first thing after the icon
are some navigation selectors where you choose between various categories
of things to show in the items list.
>> We could have a similar layout where
the navigation options are search,
saved pages, history, and nearby -- then in tablet mode you can keep the
list portions open so you can easily get back to them.
>> In small-screen mode, these could be
two separate screens: one with the
navigation selectors and the lists, and another with the article view and
minimal controls to get you back to the navigation.
>> -- brion
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