Snapdragon Lab: Developing AllJoyn-Enabled Applications

Join us for a brief introduction on developing AllJoyn-enabled applications for Android using Java or the Android NDK. We’ll discuss common errors and how to address them, as well as how to effectively navigate the documentation on Participants are welcome to bring their own applications for a personal debugging session to troubleshoot issues.

Publish Date: Aug 1, 2011

Length: 27:33

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