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HOW TO BUILD AN ANDRIOD APP VERY EASILY ON YOUR OWN

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    Welcome to Android application
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    I will teach →_→ you how to build your
    first Android app. You’ll learn how to
    create an Android project and run a
    debuggable version of the app. You'll also
    learn some fundamentals of Android app
    design, including how to build a simple
    user interface and handle user input.
    Before you start this class, be sure you
    have your development environment set
    up. You need to:
    1. Download the Android SDK.
    2. Install the ADT plugin for Eclipse (if you’ll
    use the Eclipse IDE).
    3. Download the latest SDK tools and
    platforms using the SDK Manager.
    If you haven't already done these tasks,
    start by downloading the Android SDK
    and following the install steps. Once
    you've finished the setup, you're ready to
    begin to learn....
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    i am interested ...But do you have a tutorial Video that you can help me with ??

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    push on boss

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    interested
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    can we see 1 of the andriod app u created?
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    Very interested! Go on.
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    I no know anyone! ;crying;

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    oga help us creat something like jwp first

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    i am interested i use python

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    An Android project contains all the files
    that comprise the source code for your
    Android app. The Android SDK tools make
    it easy to start a new Android project with
    a set of default project directories and
    files.
    This lesson shows how to create a new
    project either using Eclipse (with the ADT
    plugin) or using the SDK tools from a
    command line.
    Note: You should already have the
    Android SDK installed, and if you're using
    Eclipse, you should also have the ADT
    plugin installed (version 21.0.0 or higher).
    If you don't have these, follow the guide
    to Installing the Android SDK before you
    start this lesson.
    Create a Project with Eclipse
    1. Click New in the toolbar.
    2. In the window that appears, open
    the Android folder, select Android
    Application Project, and click Next .

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    The New Android App Project
    wizard in Eclipse.
    3. Fill in the form that appears:
    Application Name is the app
    name that appears to users.
    For this project, use "My First
    App."
    Project Name is the name of
    your project directory and the
    name visible in Eclipse.
    Package Name is the package
    namespace for your app
    (following the same rules as
    packages in the Java
    programming language). Your
    package name must be unique
    across all packages installed
    on the Android system. For
    this reason, it's generally best
    if you use a name that begins
    with the reverse domain name
    of your organization or
    publisher entity. For this
    project, you can use
    something like
    "com.example.myfirstapp."
    However, you cannot publish
    your app on Google Play using
    the "com.example"
    namespace.
    Minimum Required SDK is the
    lowest version of Android that
    your app supports, indicated
    using the API level . To support
    as many devices as possible,
    you should set this to the
    lowest version available that
    allows your app to provide its
    core feature set. If any feature
    of your app is possible only on
    newer versions of Android and
    it's not critical to the app's
    core feature set, you can
    enable the feature only when
    running on the versions that
    support it (as discussed in
    Supporting Different Platform
    Versions
    ). Leave this set to the default
    value for this project.
    Target SDK indicates the
    highest version of Android
    (also using the API level) with
    which you have tested with
    your application.
    As new versions of Android
    become available, you should
    test your app on the new
    version and update this value
    to match the latest API level in
    order to take advantage of
    new platform features.
    Compile With is the platform
    version against which you will
    compile your app. By default,
    this is set to the latest version
    of Android available in your
    SDK. (It should be Android 4.1
    or greater; if you don't have
    such a version available, you
    must install one using the SDK
    Manager). You can still build
    your app to support older
    versions, but setting the build
    target to the latest version
    allows you to enable new
    features and optimize your
    app for a great user
    experience on the latest
    devices.
    Theme specifies the Android UI
    style to apply for your app.
    You can leave this alone.
    Click Next .
    4. On the next screen to configure the
    project, leave the default selections
    and click Next.
    5. The next screen can help you
    create a launcher icon for your
    app.
    You can customize an icon in
    several ways and the tool
    generates an icon for all screen
    densities. Before you publish your
    app, you should be sure your icon
    meets the specifications defined in
    the Iconography design guide.
    Click Next .
    6. Now you can select an activity
    template from which to begin
    building your app.
    For this project, select
    BlankActivity and click Next .
    7. Leave all the details for the activity
    in their default state and click
    Finish .
    Your Android project is now set up with
    some default files and you’re ready to
    begin building the app.

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    ehe? continue na!
    nice so far...btw

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    oya now...fire on with the tutorial...

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    @choclin, nice one bros, but if you are to copy/paste another website work at least do them a little respect and post a backlink to their site. here is the site the tutorial is on.
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