Android Tools's Full Profile
Using the right tools can make an Android developer's life so much easier. At Google I/O in 2013, a new Android IDE was announced named Android Studio. Currently available as a beta release, we will see how to get started and learn some helpful features that make it powerful and fun to use. Then we will take a look at a 3rd party emulator called Genymotion that is much faster and more responsive than the default Android emulator. And lastly, every developer should be using some sort of version control, even on small projects. We will show you how to set up and make changes to an Android project on GitHub.
- Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
- Size: Massive Open Online Course
- Instructor: Ben Jakuben
- Cost: $25 Per Course
- Institution: Treehouse
- Topics: Computer Science
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