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What is the Preview SDK?The Android 3.0 Preview SDK is an early look at the upcoming version of Android 3.0, for developers only.The Preview SDK includes: * An early Android 3.0 system image for use in the Android emulator * An Android 3.0 library with non-final APIs * A new WXGA emulator skin for an extra large Android Virtual Device * New documentation for Android 3.0, including a complete API reference, new developer guides, and an API differences report between Android 3.0 and 2.3.Be aware that: * The APIs in the Preview SDK are not final. Some APIs may change in behavior or availability when the final SDK is made available. * You cannot publish an application that's built against the preview SDK—you can only run an application built against the Preview SDK on the Android emulator. * The documentation on developer.android.com does not include the Android 3.0 documentation—to read the API reference and developer guides for Android 3.0, you must install the Android 3.0 preview documentation from the AVD and SDK Manager.
What can I do with the preview?The Preview SDK is intended for testing existing applications on the new platform and developing new applications with new Android 3.0 APIs.If you have an existing Android application, you don't have to do anything. Andoid applications are always forward-compatible. If your application is a good citizen of the Android APIs, your app should work fine on devices running Android 3.0 without any additional work. However, in order to ensure proper performance and provide users a better experience when running your application on an Android 3.0 tablet, we recommend that you perform the following:Test your application on Android 3.0Simply install the Android 3.0 preview in your Android SDK, create an AVD using the Android 3.0 system image, install your application, and run some tests.As mentioned above, your application should perform as expected. You might, however, discover that your activity layouts are less than ideal on a large screen or some other aspects of your application don't behave the way you expect.
avevo letto l'articolo su Android Dev Site, ma non mi pare di leggere riferimenti alle google apis. Cosa vorresti farmi intendere?
Boh io non riesco proprio ad usarlo sto AVD 3.0. Manco ho trovato il tasto MENU! xD(Non ho però letto in modo approfondito la doc)
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