Recently we have huge moments in Java oriented area in Szczecin. W had JDK7 launch party … and now we (as a Szczecin Java User Group) are organizing all day long Android workshops. More information you can found on our mailing list and registration page.
I’m sure that when you trays automated dependency management and application building/deploying you will never want to abandon this kind of comfort that it gives. The same situation is with dependency injection; when you will get it ideas. In “normal” desktop, web, or server side project’s integrating with such tools like maven and guice isn’t that complicated like in Android projects.
Android tooling is very consistent and the ADT plug-in isn’t integrated with maven. This isn’t a problem when application is relatively small, or when you don’t want to use continuous integration tools like Hudson. But when you enter Android world from “enterprise” web application like I do, you surely would like to use CI, DI and lots more of cool stuff that was available before.
In this post I’ll present simple Android application that will have Maven and Guice support.