Thursday, 28 November 2013

How to Set up an Android Development Environment

The Android mobile operating system has seen a tremendous increase in adoption by mobile phone manufactures. This has had the effect of creating a large user base of Android followers. Naturally, with the increase in the popularity of Android devices, the desire for quality application intensifies. Android is based on the Java development language and any beginner-level Java developer can jump right in and start developing applications.

The purpose of this guide is to outline in detail the steps necessary to set up the initial development environment for creating Android applications. The guide will address the installation of the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) and the initial set-up necessary for allowing Android OS emulation. The intended audience for this guide is beginner-level developers with basic knowledge of Integrated Development Environments (IDE). With a little dedication and hard work, you can start making Android applications very soon.

Tabrez Shaikh


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