Android is an operating system developed by Google for mobile devices.
The operating system is used on many different devices, including tablets, smartphones and televisions.
Android can run on a large number of devices regardless of brand and model and is capable of adapting to the hardware requirements of each device.
To develop mobile applications for Android, the Java programming language is usually used, but currently there are tools that facilitate development by offering more functionalities and efficiency.
Android Studio is the integrated development environment (HERE) official for Android application development. It offers more features that improve our productivity when creating Android applications.
Android Studio was announced on 16 May 2013 at the Google I conference / Or as an official IDE for Android application development.
Started your early access preview from version 0.1 in may 2013. The first stable version built was released in December 2014, from version 1.0.
From the 7 May 2019, Kotlin is Google's preferred language for Android application development. Besides this, Android Studio supports other programming languages.
Android Studio, Installation, Emulators, Git, Plugins y Tips
Learn how to install and configure a development environment for android. Repositorio Github, Bitbucket, Butterknife, Java.
Who is this course for?
- Ideal for those who want to start developing native Android Apps.
- People with doubts about how to start developing on Android correctly.
- Android programmers not sure if they are doing it right.
- Programmers of other languages who want to learn a new platform.
- A computer with an Internet connection (the course is developed in Windows but all the things shown here are multiplatform).
- Basic knowledge of what a development environment is(desirable).
- Minimal developer experience in some other language(desirable).
What you will learn
- Install and configure a complete development environment for Apps with Android Studio.
- Know tools for a faster and cleaner development with the help of plugins and shortcuts.
- Test applications on emulators with different characteristics.
- Know the structure of an android project.
- Ability to resolve errors in development with Android Studio's own tools.
- Implement version control (git) in your projects to work as a team.
This course is available for free without the need for any coupon, through the "FREE" option.
We recommend that you first read the differences between a free and a paid course to avoid misunderstandings:
- Online video content
- Online video content
- Certificate of completion
- Instructor Questions and Answers
- Direct message to the instructor
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