Learn how to select components when starting Android Studio for the first time.
- [Narrator] The first time you open Android Studio, … you'll see a dialogue asking if you want … to import existing settings. … If you have settings from a previous installation, … you might see them displayed here, … but if this is an absolutely fresh version … of Android Studio, you'll instead see this display. … I'll click "Okay," saying I don't want to import settings, … and I'll go into a wizard that will walk me through … downloading the Android software development kit, … the SDK, and helping me set up my development environment. … On the next screen, I'm asked what kind … of setup I want, and I'll choose custom … and click "Next." … On this screen I'm asked … where the JDK is that I want to use. … Android Studio includes a copy of open JDK, … and its Java 8. … This screen shows the location of those files. … I recommend accepting this and clicking "Next." … Now you're asked whether you want … a dark or light UI theme, … and I'll accept the default. … And here, you're asked what you want to download. …
- 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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