Saving as an Android application


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Saving as an Android application

In our previous movies about sharing the work that you've created in Processing, we've talked about uploading your sketches by pasting them into an online processing development environment, like OpenProcessing, or saving them as a desktop application for Windows, Mac or Linux PCs, or saving them as JavaScript files, so you can embed them in your own web pages. The one final option that we have at the moment is to save it as an Android application, more specifically as the components necessary to build an Android application.

Now, this is actually some very cool stuff and if you have worked with Android apps, this will make your life extremely easy. Here's all that we need to do. Now I'm going to open up this sketch again. It's currently saved as 14_04. But if you just remember how this one works, it brings up a box of blue boxes that move around. If we want to save this is an Android application, we got just a couple of things we need to do. Probably the fi...

Saving as an Android application
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Saving as an Android application provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Barton Poulson as part of the Interactive Data Visualization with Processing

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