Configure Eclipse And The Android Developer Tools In Android Sdk
Configuring Eclipse and the Android Developer Tools
I'm recording this video series using the latest version of the Android SDK as of the time of recording: Android 4.2, Jelly Bean. Jelly Bean is the same nickname as was used for Android 4.1, but the developer toolkit has been changed in a number of ways. Most importantly, the SDK now includes a customized version of Eclipse. So instead of downloading Eclipse from eclipse.org, as you might have done in the past, you might now want to use the bundled version, which is all set up and will get you up and running very quickly.
That's the version that I'll be using in this course and to follow along most effectively, I recommend using it yourself. To download the free developer tools go to the website developer.android.com/sdk. This page shows a link to download the SDK for your operating system. I'm working on Mac OS X, so I could click and download the SDK from here. You can find versions of the SDK for other operating systems from this link: Download for Other Platforms.
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