One of the easiest ways to make your application blend in better with the Honeycomb UI is to enable the action bar, introduced in Chapter 26. What makes it "easy" is that most of the basic functionality of the action bar is backward compatible—the Honeycomb settings will not cause the application to crash on earlier versions of Android.
The sample project shown in this chapter is
Menus/ActionBar, which extends the
Menus/Inflation project shown in a previous chapter.
By default, your Android application will not use the action bar. In fact, it will not even be displayed on the screen. If you want the action bar to appear on the screen, you need to include
android:targetSdkVersion="11" in your ...