Currently I have an app which works on Android 1.6 and above, works on QVGA screens upwards. I'd rather not have to rewrite a separate application for Honeycomb and I can't find much help anywhere. Is there an easy way for me to adapt it to work on Android 3.0+ with a proper tablet interface rather than just magnifying my Android-phone interface. I've noticed there is something called fragments, but they seem to involve a major rewrite? Thanks!
preguntado el 27 de agosto de 11 a las 16:08
As you say, it's all about Fragments. To make a nice app that makes full use of a large screen and of course a small screen the layouts will be different. Fragments help to break up you UI and make it easier to have larger screens use more pieces of your UI (fragments).
Generally it isn't a big change moving from Activities and Views to using Fragments.