Tackling an entire project may seem daunting, but the best way to approach this problem is by breaking the task down into smaller chunks. In this video, see how to develop a high-level overview of your app in code by creating a series of temporary icons.
the first thing that we're going to do is build a scorekeeper … to keep track of how many questions … the user got right and how many they got wrong. … Now, in order to do this, we're going to place … our code at the end of our column, … so, our column has a number of children, … it's got a couple of expanded widgets, … one which is for the question, … into the starting file to tell you … this is where your code for your scorekeeper should go. … TODOs are really helpful because when you're working … on a large project, the first thing you probably want to do … is to break it down into smaller, … more manageable, bite-sized chunks, … and then you're going to tackle each of those one by one … until your final project gets built. … So, it's really easy to break down … a large project into a series of TODOs, … and in Android Studio, in order to create a TODO, … it's as simple as simply writing a comment, … so our two forward slashes, … and then we write the word TODO and then we add a colon, …
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