Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating an Android emulator, part of Learning Simple Android Development Tools.
…So you've installed Basic4android, including the JDK and the Android…SDK, and you've watched us building a small Hello World application.…So before we can begin to build our own applications, we first of all have to…go ahead and build an Android virtual device,…aka an emulator, in which to run our apps.…If you're going to run your apps on an…actual device, you don't have to go through this step.…But, to follow along, we'll begin by going to…the Windows Explorer and we'll go to the C drive.…
And we created an Android directory.…And if we double click in the Android…directory and double click inside the Android SDK directory…inside that, you'll see down here, about three quarters…of the way down the screen, the AVD Manager.…So we'll go ahead and run that.…Double click on that.…And…then we'll click New.…We'll give our AVD the name Emulator.…In terms of device, we're going to go ahead…and scroll down here and pick one of these…sort of older models that will allow us to…fit everything that we want to fit on the screen.…
- Understanding the elements of an Android app, such as controls, sensors, effectors, and storage
- Exploring MIT App Inventor 2
- Getting started with Basic4android
- Building simple apps
- Testing apps on Android emulators and devices
- Sharing apps
- Creating hybrid apps with Appy Pie, Make Me Droid, and AppMakr
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Android Development
2. MIT App Inventor 2
4. Web-App-Creation Tools
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