Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video Android emulator setup for Windows, part of Developing Cordova Apps with Visual Studio Code and Typescript.
- [Instructor] Next let's go ahead…and setup the Android SDKs…and the Android emulator we need on this machine.…So you should have already installed things…like Android Studio, et cetera,…and if you've installed Android Studio,…you should have a program available called SDK Manager.…Go ahead and launch that.…Once SDK Manager loads it should present to you…with a user interface similar to this.…Now obviously it is fetching information from the internet,…so you may see newer versions when you're watching…this course versus when I recorded this course.…
You want to make sure that you target newish versions…of Android that you are intending to develop on.…For me, I went ahead and installed Android 7.1.1,…API 25 and 8.0.0 API 26.…These were the latest versions available…when I was recording this course.…Make sure that you check the versions you want to install,…like this, and you click on install button,…and make sure that you wait for…the installation to successfully finish.…
I'm not going to install version six…because I don't need it, but remember I already have…
- 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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