Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video Android emulator setup for Mac, part of Developing Cordova Apps with Visual Studio Code and Typescript.
- [Instructor] Next, let's talk about setting up your Mac…to target Android as well…and thereby, by extension, Cordova for Android.…By far the easiest way to do this is…to install Android Studio.…At this point, you should have Android Studio installed,…so let's go ahead and launch it.…Now, the first time you launch Android Studio,…it may prompt you to download the latest SDKs,…it might even prompt you to go ahead…and set up an emulator.…Feel free to go ahead and do that.…The thing about Android, and frankly all softwares,…is that they update all the time.…
At the time of recording this course,…the latest API level available is 26.…I'll be showing you level 25 throughout this course.…So, at this point, go ahead and click this Configure button…and choose SDK Manager.…And ensure that you have Android 8.0…and 7.1.1 Nougat installed.…As I mentioned, I'll be using 7.1.1 Nougat,…API level 25.…I installed everything with defaults,…but let me go ahead and click this…Show Package Details checkbox as well,…so you can see exactly what I have installed…
- Setting up your environment
- Adding the browser platform
- Adding and debugging the Android and iOS platforms
- Interacting with Native using plugins
- Why use plugins?
- Using TypeScript with Cordova
- Converting your code to TypeScript
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Environment
2. Going Multiplatform
Add the browser platform3m 7s
3. Interacting with Native Using Plugins
4. Using TypeScript with Cordova
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