Weekly readings #1

This is the first of a series of posts just to share interesting things I’ve read during the week related to Software Development, not exclusively about mobile.

In this post on ADMag, David Ramel explains how a couple of studies found that mobile apps are failing to provide the user proper information about how and what personal data might be collected and how it would be used:



Peter Bright comment on this post a security hole discovered on WebKit, the open source engine used on the native Android browser. Basically it allows malicious websites to inject JavaScript code into other websites.



Really interesting report about the status of the Android platform, fragmentation, devices and version statistics and good tips for the Android developers.



A nice article about good practices and tips on Android testing.



And finally some advices about code reviews.



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