Fragmentation is a serious issue for Android developers. In this chapter, we’ll look at some tips on how to achieve certain tasks and still be backward compatible with older versions.
Since the early beginnings of Android, the whole system has had a status bar at the top of the screen. In Android Honeycomb, the status bar was moved to the bottom of the screen.
Applications such as games or image viewers need the full attention of the user, and most of them take the whole screen to display themselves. For instance, in the default Gallery application, when you click on an image, it’s shown full-screen without any other content.
Imagine you need to provide this ...