In this video, Doug Winnie reviews Android Studio and outlines what the IDE provides you as a programmer to more easily and reliably code, build, test, and package your Android apps.
- [Instructor] If we look at the major parts…of the Android developer tools and resources,…we can start with the IDE,…or integrated development environment, Android Studio.…You can think of Android Studio as a program,…but it really is more than that.…It's a collection of software that works together…to help you program, test, distribute,…and collaborate on how you build your Android apps.…When you install Android Studio, there is the tool itself.…Android Studio allows you to visually build…the layout of your app…and write the code that defines how your app works.…There is also the Android emulator…and the device deployment tool…that can push a device to physical hardware.…
Android Studio allows developers to do the following.…You can visually layout and design the interface of your app…directly in Android Studio.…Using the design tools,…you can select things like buttons, textboxes,…and other controls, and add them to the screen,…and customize how they look,…and how your code will work with them.…You'll create all the code for your app…
- Installing Android Studio
- Coding in Java and XML
- Getting a head start with starter templates
- Working with emulators
- Creating a project, variable, and toast
- Connecting XML widgets to code
- Adding images
- Adding game logic with conditional statements and operators
- Changing the data or design
Skill Level Beginner
1. Android Basics
Test your setup2m 56s
3. The Major Parts
4. Make an App
5. Tinkering with Your App
Next steps1m 4s
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