IDEs: Installing Eclipse
(+Android Development
Tools plugin)
Eclipse – less bugs, particularly popular for
Java developmen...
Installing Android on Eclipse
consists of:
0) Download and unzip SDK
1) Download Eclipse
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/...
Don't forget on Linux you need to
install IA32 library as well.
(sudo apt-get install ia32-libs).
Downloading and Installing the SDK:
You can download the latest version of the SDK
for your development platform from the ...
<Help> <Install New Software>➪
Installing the ADT Plug-in
Press <Add>.
Put the following
name and
Location:
https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
<Select All>
and <Next>
Read and then Accept
the terms of the
license agreement,
and click <Next> and
then <Finish>.
If you have any security
warnings, click OK.
Continue
installation
and
restart Eclipse
When complete, you’ll have to restart Eclipse and
update the ADT preferences:
1) Restart and select
<Window> ➪ <Preference...
There are likely to be frequent updates to the ADT plug-
in.
To update your plug-in, you simply:
Updating the Plug-in
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Android tutorials2 intall_ide_eclipse_adt

  1. 1. IDEs: Installing Eclipse (+Android Development Tools plugin) Eclipse – less bugs, particularly popular for Java development. Installing Eclipse+ADT a bit more challenging.
  2. 2. Installing Android on Eclipse consists of: 0) Download and unzip SDK 1) Download Eclipse http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ 2) Unzip Eclipse into a new folder. 3) When that’s done, run the Eclipse executable. 4) When it starts for the first time, create a new workspace for your Android development. 5) Need to install ADT plugin which simplifies your Android development by integrating the developer tools.
  3. 3. Don't forget on Linux you need to install IA32 library as well. (sudo apt-get install ia32-libs).
  4. 4. Downloading and Installing the SDK: You can download the latest version of the SDK for your development platform from the Android development home page at: http://code.google.com/android/download.html Install it by unzipping the SDK into a new folder. (Take note of this location, as you’ll need it later.) The examples and step-by-step instructions provided are targeted at developers using Eclipse with the Android Developer Tool (ADT) plug-in.
  5. 5. <Help> <Install New Software>➪ Installing the ADT Plug-in
  6. 6. Press <Add>. Put the following name and Location: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
  7. 7. <Select All> and <Next>
  8. 8. Read and then Accept the terms of the license agreement, and click <Next> and then <Finish>.
  9. 9. If you have any security warnings, click OK. Continue installation and restart Eclipse
  10. 10. When complete, you’ll have to restart Eclipse and update the ADT preferences: 1) Restart and select <Window> ➪ <Preferences> (or <Eclipse> <Preferences>➪ for the Mac OS). 2) Select <Android> from the left panel. 3) Click <Browse> and navigate to the folder into which you unzipped the Android SDK, then click <Apply> and <OK>
  11. 11. There are likely to be frequent updates to the ADT plug- in. To update your plug-in, you simply: Updating the Plug-in

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