In this video, Emmanuel Henri creates a new device in Android studio to run simulations.
- [Instructor] Now let's set up an Android device…in a simulator if we need to test our application…in Android.…The first thing you need to do is to make sure…that Android Studio is running.…If you don't have it running, please start it.…Once you have it running, you need to open a project,…so if you don't have one, like I have one created here,…you can create a new project and pause this video…and go through the steps of creating a new project.…Once you have that created, let's open a project.…If, when you set up a new project,…it requires you to install, for example,…SDKs or build tools or things that are missing,…go ahead and do all that before you get to this part.…
Once you have that installed, you can go ahead…and click on AVD Manager, here,…and we'll create a virtual device.…As you can see, I have two devices already created.…We'll create a third one,…so Create Virtual Device here, so click on that.…Then select the device.…In this case, I'll select the Pixel 2 XL,…which is the phone that I currently use,…
- Programming with Dart
- Setting up the Flutter SDK
- Setting up app simulators
- Using Flutter for iOS
- Using Flutter for Android
- Using widgets and material components
- Adding interactivity, routing, and navigation
- Reading and writing with Dart IO
- Creating HTTP requests
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Introduction and Setup
2. UI Building
3. Use Device and SDK APIs
4. Build and Release
Resources to release to iOS1m 54s
Next steps1m 5s
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