Join Lee Brimelow for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up the Mac development environment, part of Developing Applications for Amazon Kindle Devices.
Okay, so the next step is to make sure that you have your Android development …environment properly set up to do Kindle development. …Now I'm assuming a lot of you may already have the Android SDK and the ADT …Developer tools but I'm going to go through this as if we're starting from …scratch. So I'm at developer.android.com I'm …going to click on Get The SDK. OK, now one of the things I have to give …credit to is Google has really improved the workflow.…
It used to be that you used to have to get all these different tools and …download a clips and plug them all together. …Well now there's just a single SDK download called the ADT Bundle and that …includes all of the tools that you need to do Android development. …And you can see it should automatically detect your operating system. …Now there are some system requirements. Now since we're on Mac, you almost …definitely have the JDK installed. And if you want to check just going to go …over to the command line and say javac - version.…
And you can see it there. So as long as javac actually returns …
The course also covers multiscreen development and testing with the Kindle Emulator, as well as actual deployment to the Kindle store.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Preparing for Development
2. Integrating In-App Purchasing
3. Using the GameCircle API
4. Using the Amazon Maps API
5. Multiscreen Development
6. Preparing to Publish
Targeting other devices6m 51s
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