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Slides from the "Getting Started with Android" Session given at SoCalCodeCamp (Cal State Fullerton) on January 29th 2011.

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    Getting Started with Android Getting Started with Android Presentation Transcript

    • Getting started with Android
      • Discuss what Android is
      • Available developer resources
      • Overview of Setting up the dev environment
      • Writing your first Android App
    • Prerequisites
      • Some development experience
      • Java experience is a plus but not needed to become a successful android developer
      • (VB, C#, Actionscript, etc)
    • Developing for Android is free
      • All of the tools needed and information on how to use them is FREE! http://developer.android.com
      • IDE (Eclipse version 3.5 Galileo)
      • Documentation
      • Sample code
      • Discussion forums
    • Android Developer Site
      • Developer Guide
      • Reference
      • Resources
      • Videos
      • Blog
      • SDK
    • Tools of the trade
      • Android SDK
      • Eclipse
      • Android Development Tools (ADT) Plugin
    • Tools of the trade
      • Android SDK
      • Eclipse
      • Android Development Tools (ADT) Plugin
    • Setting up
      • Download and setup the Eclipse IDE
            • (Java EE, Classic)
      • Download and unzip the Android SDK
            • c:android
      • Install the ADT plug-in in Eclipse
    • Create a project
      • Start Eclipse
      • Configure Eclipse to point to Android SDK
      • Create a new Android Project
            • For more information visit http://developer.android.com/sdk
    • Point Eclipse to Android SDK
      • Eclipse > Preferences (Window > Preferences) Tip: this needs to be done every time you create a new workspace
    • Point Eclipse to Android SDK
    • Create a project
      • Windows
            • File > New > Project
      • Mac
            • File > New > Project
            • Android Project
    • Create a project
    • Potential Alternatives
    • Recommendation
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    • Thank You Josh Dobbs http://joshdobbs.com [email_address]