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com.google.android.gms.appindexing ) Google App Invites ( com.google.android.gms.appinvite ) Google Play Game Services ( com.google.android.gms.games ) Google Fit ( com.google.android.gms.fitness ) Exploring the Core Android Tools Android Studio Where you spend most of your time developing your apps Provides wizards for creating, debugging, and deploying Android apps Several buttons available on the toolbar for performing helpful actions
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8/20/2016 18 Android Studio Launch the Android Virtual Device Manager Launch the Android SDK Manager Launch the Android Device Monitor Android Studio (Cont’d)
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8/20/2016 19 Android SDK and AVD Managers The first Android toolbar icon launches the Android Virtual Device Manager. The second Android toolbar icon launches the Android SDK Manager. Android SDK and AVD Managers (Cont’d)
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8/20/2016 20 Android SDK and AVD Managers (Cont’d) Android SDK and AVD Managers (Cont’d)
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8/20/2016 21 Android Emulator Helpful tool used for designing and developing Android applications Runs on your computer Behaves like a real device Load Android applications into the emulator to test and debug them Generic device, not tied to any one specific configuration Valuable, but should not be used as a replacement for testing on actual target devices Android Emulator (Cont’d)
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8/20/2016 22 Android Emulator (Cont’d) Exploring the Android Sample Applications Demo applications are not provided as part of the Android SDK by default. Android Studio provides a dialog for importing the sample applications—from GitHub—as a project. Android Studio sample applications code categories to investigate: Getting started Background Input Media Connectivity Notification Wearable
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8/20/2016 23 Chapter 2 Summary We have learned how to install and configure the tools for Android development. JDK, SDK, ADT Bundle We have explored many of the tools provided with the Android SDK. We have reviewed the Android SDK License Agreement. We have learned about important SDK packages. We have perused the sample applications provided with the SDK. References and More Information Google’s Android Developers Guide: Android SDK download site: Android SDK License Agreement: The Java Platform, Standard Edition: JetBrains: Android Developer Tools: The Eclipse Project:
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