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    • Android SDK How to make it work?
      • Doncho Minkov
      • Telerik Mobile Development Course
      • mobiledevcourse.telerik.com
      • Technical Trainer
      http://www.minkov.it
    • Table of Contents
      • The Android SDK
      • Installation of Android SDK
        • Eclipse
        • Android SDK
        • Android ADT
      • Installation of PhoneGap
      • "Hello PhoneGap" project
    • The Android SDK
    • The Android SDK
      • Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes
          • An operating system
          • Middleware
          • Key applications
      • The Android SDK provides necessary tools and APIs to develop applications
        • Using Java programming language
    • Installation of Android SDK How to start Android development?
    • Steps for Installing Android SDK
      • Installing Eclipse IDE
      • Install Android SDK
      • Install the ADT plugin for eclipse
      • Add components needed for development
    • Eclipse
      • What is Eclipse?
        • A multi-language software development environment comprising
        • An integrated development environment (IDE)
        • Mostly written in Java
      • Eclipse is used to develop applications
        • In Java, C, C++, Perl, PHP, Python, R, etc.
        • For Android (using Java)
      • Download at http:// bit.ly/EclipseClassic
    • Android SDK
      • For the Android SDK to be installed
        • The machine should have at least jdk 1.6
          • Version 1.7 is also ok
        • Then download the installer file from
          • http:// developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
    • Android SDK (2)
      • * There is a known bug during installation of the SDK
        • The installer cannot locate the jdk
          • Just click the "Back" button and then "Next"
          • It should work
    • The Android SDK Manager
      • After the installation of Android SDK
        • Some components should be installed
          • Packages for Android versions: 2.1, 2.2, 3.2, etc.
          • Some other tools like a couple of Google APIs
      • Start the Android SDK Manager and wait for fetching of packages
        • This may take a while
        • Took me two / thirds of a day for all packages
    • Installation of ADT Plugin
      • Use the Update Manager feature of Eclipse
        • To install the latest revision of ADT on your development computer
      • How to download it?
        • Start Eclipse, then select Help > Install New Software -> Add, in the top-right corner
        • In the Add Repository
          • Enter "ADT Plugin" for the Name
          • Copy for location https ://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse /
    • Installation of ADT Plugin
      • In the Available Software dialog
        • Select the checkbox next to Developer Tools and click Next
        • In the next window, you'll see a list of the tools to be downloaded
          • Click Next
        • Read and accept the license agreements
        • Then click Finish
      • Restart Eclipse
    • Installation of Android SDK Live Demo
    • Android Virtual Device How to Create a AVD?
    • Android Virtual Device
      • To create virtual device
        • Open Eclipse -> Window -> ADV Manager
          • Open the Android Virtual Device manager
        • Add new device
          • With the Android OS version needed
      • Why need AVD?
        • To test your app before deployment to a phone
        • To test on different versions of Android OS
        • To find and correct simple mistakes
    • AVD Manager - Example
      • Create new AVD
    • AVD Manager - Example
      • Give it some name
        • Better add the OS version
      • Add SD card sieze
      • Select OS version
      • You are done!
    • New PhoneGap Project Two ways of creating
    • PhoneGap Project
      • How to create a PhoneGap Project?
        • Create an android project
          • File -> New -> Android Project
        • In the root directory of the project, create two new directories
        • /libs and /assets/www
        • Copy phonegap.js from your PhoneGap download earlier to /assets/www
        • Create an index.html file in /assets/www
        • Copy phonegap.jar from your PhoneGap download earlier to /libs
    • New PhoneGap Project
      • Copy xml folder from your PhoneGap download to /res
      • Set the build path of the phonegap.jar
        • Right click on the /libs folder
        • Go to Build Paths/ -> Configure Build Paths.
        • In the Libraries tab, add phonegap-1.0.0.jar to the Project
    • New PhoneGap Project (2)
      • Make a few adjustments to the project's main Java file
        • Change the class's extend from Activity to DroidGap
        • Replace the setContentView() line with super.loadUrl("file:///android_asset/www/index.html") ;
      • Add import com.phonegap.*
      • Remove import android.app.Activity
    • New PhoneGap Project (3)
      • Right click on AndroidManifest.xml and select Open With > Text Editor
        • You should edit the xml
          • By adding new elements
          • By editing existing elements
        • You can see how the final AndroidManifest.xml file should look like
          • http:// phonegap.com/assets/guide/manifest.jpg
    • New PhoneGap Project - Alternative Way
      • This is not so pleasing, right?
        • Hopefully there is an easier way
          • Using MDS AppLaud PhoneGap Eclipse Plugin
      • How to install it?
        • Open Eclipse
        • Go to Help -> Install New Software -> Click Add
          • Like with the ADT plugin
        • For location type: https:// svn.codespot.com/a/eclipselabs.org/mobile-web-development-with-phonegap/tags/r1.2/download
    • New PhoneGap Project – Alternative Way (2)
      • After the plugin is installed and ready to go
        • A PhoneGap icon should be displayed in the toolbar
        • After than the creation of new project is straight-forward
      • With AppLaud plugin you can select to include jQuery or Sencha
    • New PhoneGap Project Live Demo
    • Hello World PhoneGap
    • Hello World PhoneGap
      • Lets make our "Hello World, PhoneGap!" application
        • Till now we have an empty PhoneGap project
        • All we need to do is to edit the index.html file
          • Created by us
          • Located in /assets/www
          • This is the Entry point of our Application
    • Hello World PhoneGap – Example
      • Hello World, PhoneGap!
        • Open the index.html and copy the following
      • <!Doctype html>
      • <html>
      • <head>
      • <title> First PhoneGap Application </title>
      • <head>
      • <body>
      • <h1>Hello PhoneGap</h1>
      • </body>
      • </html>
      • Go to Build -> Run as Android Application
        • The emulator should start
        • And the app run!
    • Hello World PhoneGap Live Demo
    • Android SDK and PhoneGap