Android Studio. To write an app you are going to need to download and install Android Studio. Included in the download are the Software Development Kit, with all the Android libraries and bits that you need to develop an app; and the Android emulator, so that you can initially test you app on your PC without needing to install it on a real device. The longterm intention is for Android Studio to replace Eclipse as the primary IDE for Android development.
That doesn't necessarily mean it's for everyone. For example, if you need to make use of the Native Development Kit for apps like games (hint: if you need it, you probably already know you need it), Eclipse is mandatory. The Code Sample Browser in Android Studio helps you find Android code samples based on the currently highlighted symbol in your project. In your code, highlight a variable, type, or method.
Rightclick to display the context menu. Sep 13, 2013 How to Write Android Apps (Even If You Arent A Programmer) September 13, 2013 by Bryan Wilde Mobile application development is the hottest thing in the programming world right now. Want to know how to write Google Android apps? Most Android applications are written in Java a relatively easy to learn, friendly language for new developers. Aside from the possibility some money, you could actually contribute to the Android community.
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