In this chapter, we've delved into many important areas and techniques used when presenting the user with lots of information or content. It's important to think through your interfaces carefully before you start building them, but also try not to take up too much time before you put fingers to the keyboard and start coding. Sometimes having a simple user interface up and running can tell you far more than your diagrams and mock-ups ever will about how users will work with the screen.

We've completed an example of displaying recipes to the user with the WebView class, demonstrating how easy it is to use HTML on the Android platform. We've also looked at the native alternative to an HTML view by building an online music store using a RelativeLayout ...

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