Android Studio includes a number of tools for monitoring resource usage at runtime. See how to monitor memory usage and capture reports.
- [Instructor] Android Studio has tools … that let you monitor resource usage, … while the application is running on a device. … These are all packaged … into something called the Android Profiler. … To demo this, I've created a simple application … that I've called Memory Eater. … It builds up a whole bunch of objects in memory, … so you can then monitor the application … and actually get complete memory dumps. … To use this, I'll clone the application from GitHub, … I'll click on that copy button, … then I'll close the browser … and return to the Android Studio welcome screen. … And I'll click get from version control, … and I'll paste in that URL and clone the project. … In this application, I have a mutable list … where I can add as many objects as I want. … There are two buttons named, eat button and release button. … When I click on the eat button, … it starts a process, … where it just keeps on adding items to that list. … And when I click on the release memory button, … it clears the items out of the list …
- Installing Android Studio on macOS and Windows
- Creating your first project
- Creating virtual devices for testing
- Version control with GitHub
- Customizing the Android Studio interface
- Managing dependencies
- Generating and editing Kotlin code
- Refactoring and inspecting code
- Using templates
- Analyzing and debugging code
- Managing bitmap and vector images
Skill Level Beginner
What you should know1m 47s
1. Getting Started
2. Get Ready to Develop Apps
3. Use Software Version Control
Clone a GitHub repository3m 35s
4. Explore the User Interface
5. Manage Project Builds and Dependencies
6. Create and Edit Code Files
7. Analyze and Debug Your Code
8. Manage Image Files
Create vector image assets3m 50s
Next steps1m 11s
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