Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing the Android SDK, part of Up and Running with Java Applications (2012).
Now we are going to port our application to Android.…Go to developer.android.com/sdk/installing.html.…Now step one here is to install Eclipse, and you have already done that.…So go to step two, and you can click the link to go to the SDK download page.…I go into Command+Click or Ctrl+Click it so that that I open it in a new tab.…Here I'm going to click to download the version of the SDK that's appropriate…for my operating system.…And then I will go back to the steps to installing the Android plug-in.…
In Step 3 there is a link that says, Installing the ADT Plugin.…I'm going to click that link and scroll down to Downloading the ADT Plugin,…to where I see a URL.…This I'm going to need to type into Eclipse.…I'm going to select it and copy it and then before I go to Eclipse, I'm going to go to Finder.…And now I'm going to take that folder that was just downloaded--…you may have to unzip it of course--and just drag it into your Documents folder.…And then I'm going to go to Eclipse.…
Go to Help > Install New Software and in the Work with field, paste, using…
- Working with Eclipse
- Using MySQL database drivers
- Displaying data from a database as XML
- Loading XML data from the web
- Displaying data based on user input
- Publishing a desktop application
- Understanding applets
- Building the layout
- Viewing the app on an Android device
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring Development Environments
2. Building Dynamic Web Applications
3. Creating a Desktop App
Publishing a desktop app3m 30s
4. Making Applets
5. Writing Android Applications
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