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Android Basic Course
© 2012 University of Science – HCM City.
M.Sc. Bui Tan Loc
btloc@fit.hcmus.edu.vn
Department of Softw...
Android Basic Course
© 2012 University of Science – HCM City.
Pre-requirements
• Module 2: Getting started with Android De...
Android Basic Course
© 2012 University of Science – HCM City.
Hello World Application tutorial
• Do the Hello World Applic...
Android Basic Course
© 2012 University of Science – HCM City.
More requirements
• Create at least 3 emulators correspondin...
Android Basic Course
© 2012 University of Science – HCM City.
Questions or Discussions
• After completing this tutorial, a...
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Android Development 1: Hello World

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Android Development 1: Hello World

  1. 1. Android Basic Course © 2012 University of Science – HCM City. M.Sc. Bui Tan Loc btloc@fit.hcmus.edu.vn Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Information Technology, University of Science – Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam Lab 1: Hello world application
  2. 2. Android Basic Course © 2012 University of Science – HCM City. Pre-requirements • Module 2: Getting started with Android Development
  3. 3. Android Basic Course © 2012 University of Science – HCM City. Hello World Application tutorial • Do the Hello World Application tutorial: • http://developer.android.com/resources/tutorials/hello-world.html
  4. 4. Android Basic Course © 2012 University of Science – HCM City. More requirements • Create at least 3 emulators corresponding different SDK versions. • Run the application on the above emulators. • Use DMMS tools to emulate voice calls, SMS messages, and GPS functionalities. • Use DMMS tools to copy some files from your computer to your emulator and vice versa, then delete these files on your emulator.
  5. 5. Android Basic Course © 2012 University of Science – HCM City. Questions or Discussions • After completing this tutorial, answer the following questions: • What is the meaning of the “setContentView(R.layout.main)” statement? • Should you edit the “R.java” file by hand?

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