Join Albert Lo for an in-depth discussion in this video Test your ProductMenu dialog, part of Android App Development: In-App Purchasing.
- [Instructor] Okay, now we have made all of our changes…to the main activity, and we're ready to…test out our changes.…I'm going to go up to the menu and do gradle clean,…and once the gradle clean is finished,…I'm going to press play to do a gradle build.…I'm going to select a virtual device.…I'm going to minimize my Android Studio here…so we can see the emulator.…Okay, now we have our app running.…I'm going to open the side nav drawer,…select my album, and then we select Google Photos,…and now we see that instead of opening the crop screen,…we have redirected the user to our product menu,…and we will fill this out some more in later videos.…
- Setting up an existing app for In-app Billing
- Working with the Gradle build system
- Registering a keystore
- Defining and accessing Gradle build configuration parameters from code
- Setting up a payments merchant account
- Setting up IAB test accounts
- Publishing the APK to Google Play alpha
- Defining managed products and subscription products
- Implementing In-app Billing
- Testing in-app purchases
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 07/20/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: UI setup for in-app billing, adding public key, publishing your APK to Google Play alpha, and implementing in-app billing.
Android App Development: RESTful Web Serviceswith David Gassner2h 49m Intermediate
1. UI Setup for In-App Billing
2. Understanding the Gradle Build System
3. Setting Up for In-App Billing
4. Defining In-App Products
5. Implement In-App Billing
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