In this video, Doug Winnie reviews the steps required to verify that your Android Studio installation is configured correctly to create a new project, build the project, launch the Android Emulator, and deploy an empty app to the emulator successfully.
- With Android Studio installed…it's a good idea to test everything with an empty project…and confirm that everything is set up correctly.…To do this launch Android Studio.…You'll see the welcome screen.…And from here click Start a new Android Studio Project.…Since we're only testing a blank project…we can accept the defaults for many of these settings.…We can keep the default project name and location.…We can also keep the default form factors and SDK API level.…Keep the default empty activity selected.…
Keep the default settings for the activity…and then click finish.…Android Studio will then create a basic project for you…and begin assembling the various parts in the background.…You might get an indicator that's asking…for access to the firewall.…Go ahead and click access.…Setting up a new project might take a little bit of time.…You'll get a notification at the bottom…that the build was completed…and is currently indexing the project.…When all the processes are finished…we can now test and build our app.…
Go to the build menu…
- Installing Android Studio
- Coding in Java and XML
- Getting a head start with starter templates
- Working with emulators
- Creating a project, variable, and toast
- Connecting XML widgets to code
- Adding images
- Adding game logic with conditional statements and operators
- Changing the data or design
Skill Level Beginner
1. Android Basics
Test your setup2m 56s
3. The Major Parts
4. Make an App
5. Tinkering with Your App
Next steps1m 4s
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