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Creating and Configuring a New Android Project (Cont’d) 5. On the Add an activity to Mobile screen, you are able to select what type of Activity you want to add to your application from a few common options. You are also free to choose Add No Activity . For this example, keep the Blank Activity option selected, as shown in the figure on the next slide. Choose Next .
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Creating and Configuring a New Android Project (Cont’d) 6. The Customize the Activity screen allows you to provide an Activity Name . Name the Activity MyFirstAndroidAppActivity . You will notice the Layout Name , Title , and Menu Resource Name fields change as you edit the Activity Name field. You are now ready to create your application. Finally, click the Finish button to create the application.
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Creating and Configuring a New Android Project (Cont’d) 7. Android Studio may take a short while to build your project. Once it is complete, your first application will display with your layout file open and ready for editing. See the next slide that shows a figure of what you should see.
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Understanding the Android Symbolic View and the Traditional Project View When you created your first application in Android Studio, your project was opened in the Android project view. The project hierarchy represented in the Android project view is only a symbolic representation of file and directory names, and not their actual filesystem location. This Android view is the default view for managing your projects with Android Studio. If you prefer to view the actual filesystem location of your project files and directories, you may choose to switch from the Android view to the traditional Project view. You can do so by clicking on the Android view drop-down, and selecting the Project view The figure on the next slide details the difference between the two views.
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