It's time to get back to our most beloved topic, graphics programming. In Chapter 3, we defined two interfaces called
Pixmap. Now, we're going to implement them based on what you learned in Chapter 4. However, there's one thing we have yet to consider: how to handle different screen sizes and resolutions.
Android has supported different screen resolutions since version 1.6. It can handle resolutions ranging from 240×320 pixels to a full HDTV resolution of 1920×1080. In the last chapter, we discussed the effect of different screen resolutions and physical screen sizes. For instance, drawing with absolute coordinates and sizes given in ...