Android projects have a specific structure, with a consistent set of directory and file names. The structure will vary depending on whether a project is created from the command line or using Android Studio. We focus on the Studio structure, on the project window on the left side of the screen. Get to that project window either by clicking on the tab or by pressing Alt+1 on Windows or Command+1 on Mac. You can also get to these windows by moving the cursor over the icon in the lower left corner.
- [Instructor] Android projects have a specific structure…with a set of directory and file names that are…always the same.…The structure will vary depending on whether a project…is created from the command line or using Android Studio.…I'm going to focus on the structure created and maintained…in Studio.…I'm working with a project named Project Structure,…that's a part of the exercise files.…You can either open this project or you can work…with the project that you created in the previous chapter.…I'll be working in the project window over here.…
You can get to the project window in a couple…of different ways.…You can click on the tab on the left, you can hold down…the alt key on Windows or command on Mac and press one,…and that will open and close that project window,…you can hover the mouse over the lower left corner…and choose project from there, or you can go to…the menu and choose view, tool windows, project.…The project window, by default, shows a scope named Android.…As I mentioned earlier, this does not reflect the actual…
- Installing Android Studio
- Creating your first Android Studio project
- Managing profile files, including Gradle scripts and support libraries
- Defining screens with activities
- Implementing designs in XML layouts