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I'm recenly doing some research on mobile multi-platform game framework and since I've been playint with the cocos2d engie for a bit of time I think the cocos2d-x might be a great choice so planned to build the enviroment for both iphone and android under macos. The whole process is far more tough than I ever thought(not to mention I am using a Hackintosh without internet connection). But, I finally get it done, so I'd like to write all the stuffs down and share it with all those who wanna do the same ...
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We are new to mobile development, and our first apps will be for Android devices. We develop on Linux and Windows, and we don't have a Mac. We are evaluating available languages and development tools, and we don't want to rule out the iPhone for no good reason. My own experience with the cross-browser Java GWT language and tools has been positive, and we went Googling for something similar (cross-mobile) for Android and iPhone development. The most promising language we found was Lua (language), which ...
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hi..... i want to make simple game on Android. but i dont know the approach to start. so any 1 can help me from where i should start? and which particular API (package) thanks Learn Java for a start then download SDK and go through the sample apps - learn from it and think about it for a while. Is it still worth it, can you do it ? If you're still with me, then start coding. Good luck! firstly do you have you hands on the android SDK? If yes you can try out this simple demo ...
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I have read the sticky in this forum (http://www.anddev.org/other-coding-problems-f5/so-you-are-new-to-android-t4357.html) about starting out development on Android, and that led me to the Android Developers website (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html) which advised me to install Eclipse, download the SDK starter package, adding my SDK components and instaling ADT plugin for Eclipse. That seemed to go ok, but then when working through the 'Hello Android' application on the Android Developers ...
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There are many ways to develop for Android and because of all the options it is sometimes a little daunting getting your environment setup. I found myself bouncing from web page to web page, not really sure if I had the right tools and if they were setup correctly. I wanted to document the process that worked for me. Goal: Step by step instructions to install and configure your Android development environment for Windows. Environment/tools: Here is the setup I have chosen to use. * Windows (I'm using ...
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Hi there, I grabbed some information from Google for you, about installing the Android SDK for Eclipse. After downloading the SDK, unpack the .zip archive to a suitable location on your machine. Install a custom plugin called Android Development Tools (ADT), which adds integrated support for Android projects and tools. The ADT plugin includes a variety of powerful extensions that make creating, running, and debugging Android applications faster and easier. To download and install the ADT plugin, set up an ...
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I just installed Indigo and tried my first ("Hello World") app, there is no option to run it as Android app. Thanks did you followed the tut on www.developer.android.com? Download and install SDK: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Download and install ADT plugin for eclipse: http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html
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Hello everyone, I am really interested in becoming an Android developer. Only problem is I'm not sure where to start. I want to develop any kind of apps and hopefully make some profit out of it. I do not have much programming experience (Just Python and that is it). I just started reading "Thinking in Java" by Bruce Eckel. I am still a high school student going into senior year. I will be taking AP Computer Science which hopefully will help me. If anyone can give me some opinions and some guidance (what to ...
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Android Developement without Eclipse! For those who find eclipse a beast to work with, I'm writing this article on how I develop android apps with just a text editor. This article applies to developing in the Windows OS. First you need a good text editor. I recomend TextPad, http://www.textpad.com/. Then you'll need to download the android SDK from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html. Here is instructions on installing the android SDK, http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing.html, just leave ...
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I am an Android app developer. What types of tools, processes, and workflows do you use for developing and deploying android apps in an agile manner? This link would be very useful for you.. link: developer.android.com/resources/tutorials Online pharmacy guide = Silagra your already a android developer but you dont know what you need? o.0 that makes sense Sorry, I should've clarified my question a bit more. I've only just started Android development, and I had taken a look at the information on Android's ...
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