Learn how to create the code associated with the specific variations of the app.
- [Instructor] In your project outline on the left,…click the drop down at the very top that says Android…and select Project.…You should see now that when you look into…the app and source folders,…there is a new paid folder next to main.…So under Simple Astronomy POD, App, Source,…you now have paid.…This is where all of our newly created files…for the paid flavor have been going.…
Right click this paid folder to add a new directory.…Name it Java.…Right click the Java folder and add a new package,…and use the application ID for the paid flavor,…which is com.sample.simpleastronomypod.paid.…Now, right click that package…and add a new Java class called PictureActivity.…
Okay to create the class.…Navigate into the main directory…to the original picture activity,…and highlight everything except the package name at the top.…So from line two all the way to the bottom.…Control + C to copy.…Go to your newly created picture activity class.…
Select everything except for the top line…referencing the package.…And Control + V to paste the code…
- Exploring the distribution options
- Cleaning up your code
- Building a signed APK file
- Configuring build types and variants
- Distributing through Google Play
- Adding app graphics
- Setting pricing
- Publishing the app in Google Play
- Submitting an app to Amazon
- Tracking app use in Google Play and Amazon
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Know Your Distribution Options
2. Package an App for Distribution
3. Distribute through the Google Play Store
4. Distribute through Amazon
5. Track an App's Usage
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