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Automatically Scaling Android Apps for Multiple Screens

Source: Vanteon
The wide variety of Android devices in the marketplace makes it extremely difficult to write apps that scale smoothly on many screen sizes. This white paper examines the tools provided by the Android software development kit (SDK), and presents a simple solution to allow a single layout to automatically scale to any screen size without distortion.


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