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Old 01-06-2011, 02:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Get Started with Android application development using Linux and Android SDK

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The purpose of this article is to get a reader started with an Android application development using an open source Android SDK on a Linux system. The main focus of the following lines will be concentrated on installation of Java based Eclipse IDE, Android SDK and Android Developer Tool (ADT) a special Eclipse plug-in on Ubuntu and Fedora Linux systems. The installation instructions will be followed by a simple Hello Android program example to test an entire installation. Since the combination of Eclipse and Android SDK provides a powerful Android Virtual Device emulator, a reader does not need to own any Android device to get started with the Android application development.



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