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Creating an app for Android doesn't require a full-blown integrated development environment. There are several simple, easy-to-learn and easy-to-use tools that make programming Android apps a breeze. Michael Lehman introduces MIT App Inventor 2, Basic4android, and a few other entry-level development environments to build your own app. He'll show how to test apps on an Android emulator or directly on your phone or tablet, and demonstrate tools for building hybrid apps that run on Android, Windows Phone, and iOS devices, as well as straight on the web. Start building your first app with these simple tools today.
Hello, I'm Michael Lehman. And welcome to Simple Android Development Tools. In this course, you're going to learn how you can build an android app. Anything from a productivity app to a game and more. You'll learn how to use easy to learn, and easy to use development tools. Like MIT app inventor two, and basic for Android. You'll be able to run your apps on an Android emulator or your Android phone or Android tablet. And you'll also learn how to use hybrid app building tools that will allow you to build a brand promoting app that runs not only on Android but iOS, Windows Phone, and on the Web.
So roll up your sleeves, and let's get started learning how easy it is to build an Android app using the Simple Android Development Tools.
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