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Created by: Marcello Scippa on 07-07-2010 02:46:36 PM
If I wanted to get started prior to your SDK, can I utilize the standard android SDK?

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Vivek Yadav on 07-07-2010 02:47:24 PM
Yes, this SDK is available at http://developer.android.com/sdk

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Bert Parayno on 08-07-2010 04:21:17 PM
Do you intend to keep pace with the Android release cycle?

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Bert Parayno on 08-07-2010 04:23:28 PM
Is Cisco going to contribute to the Android OpenSource community?

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Vivek Yadav on 12-07-2010 11:16:17 PM
Do you intend to keep pace with the Android release cycle?

 
 A. We will release on Android Froyo 2.2. We are committed to keeping up with the Android releases to enable
new features and functionality. We intend to line up Android ongoing releases
with our broader Cisco system releases to ensure system test, interoperability
and compatibility with other Cisco products. This is yet another reason why
Cisco Cius is a solution designed for business.

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Vivek Yadav on 12-07-2010 11:23:39 PM
Is Cisco going to contribute to the Android OpenSource community?

 
. We will be participating members of the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) and intend to contribute to the community.
 

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Jerry Lucas on 14-07-2010 09:41:22 AM
Do you intend to keep pace with the Android release cycle?

 
 A. We will release on Android Froyo 2.2. We are committed to keeping up with the Android releases to enable
new features and functionality. We intend to line up Android ongoing releases
with our broader Cisco system releases to ensure system test, interoperability
and compatibility with other Cisco products. This is yet another reason why
Cisco Cius is a solution designed for business.


 
Bert, I am hearing from Cisco people they have the Cisco Cius SDK already. When will this be posted to teh CDN community?

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Vivek Yadav on 15-07-2010 03:56:26 PM
Do you intend to keep pace with the Android release cycle?

 
 A. We will release on Android Froyo 2.2. We are committed to keeping up with the Android releases to enable
new features and functionality. We intend to line up Android ongoing releases
with our broader Cisco system releases to ensure system test, interoperability
and compatibility with other Cisco products. This is yet another reason why
Cisco Cius is a solution designed for business.


 
Bert, I am hearing from Cisco people they have the Cisco Cius SDK already. When will this be posted to teh CDN community?

Nope, this is not true.  Cisco SDKv1 will be released by due time frame as posted on CDN link.  Meantime pls use Android SDK 2.2 release.

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Jay Kapadia on 21-07-2010 06:51:56 PM
Can we download the CIUS skin from some where for emulator based development on Android?

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Richard Tywoniak on 21-07-2010 07:16:49 PM
Can we download the CIUS skin from some where for emulator based development on Android?


you will be able to when available - which is scheduled for sept 30

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Larry Michalewicz on 30-07-2010 01:25:53 AM


Can we download the CIUS skin from some where for emulator based development on Android?



you will be able to when available - which is scheduled for sept 30

 
You can also get started now by creating a custom skin with the same basic dimensions as CIUS.  The nice thing about Android is that many visual elements are described via a layout mechanism and then rendered by the Android platform itself in a way that makes sense based on device screen size and orientation.

Subject: RE: Android SDK development?
Replied by: Roberto Andrade on 01-09-2010 03:35:10 PM
if anybody would be interested in an unofficial skin of the Cius for the vanilla Android SDK (no Cisco-specific functionality available), I just went ahead and created one with some graphics from the releases available: Cisco Cius Unofficial Skin for Google Android Emulator.
 
Enjoy and happy Cius deployment.
 
Roberto
 




Can we download the CIUS skin from some where for emulator based development on Android?



you will be able to when available - which is scheduled for sept 30


 
You can also get started now by creating a custom skin with the same basic dimensions as CIUS.  The nice thing about Android is that many visual elements are described via a layout mechanism and then rendered by the Android platform itself in a way that makes sense based on device screen size and orientation.

 
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