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Android Studio is the Android development IDE that is officially supported and recommended by Google. Android Studio comes bundled with the Android SDK Manager, which is a tool to download the Android SDK components required to start developing apps. Installing Android Studio and Android SDK tools:...
Set up Android Studio Start by setting up Android Studio and then open it. Now, you're ready to make your first Android App! Note: this guide is based on Android Studio 2.2, but the process on other versions is mainly the same. Configure Your Project Basic Configuration You can start a new ...
This is a minimalist Hello World example that uses only the most basic Android tools. Requirements and assumptions Oracle JDK 1.7 or later Android SDK Tools (just the command line tools) This example assumes Linux. You may have to adjust the syntax for your own platform. Setting up the And...
Android Apps are written in Java. The Android SDK tools compile the code, data and resource files into an APK (Android package). Generally, one APK file contains all the content of the app. Each app runs on its own virtual machine(VM) so that app can run isolated from other apps. Android system wor...
TL;DR It basically allows us to simulate real devices and test our apps without a real device. According to Android Developer Documentation, an Android Virtual Device (AVD) definition lets you define the characteristics of an Android Phone, Tablet, Android Wear, or Android TV device that you w...

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