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Android Application Programming with OpenCV 3 by Joseph Howse

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Setting up a development environment

We are going to install various components of a development environment separately and configure them to work together. Broadly, this task has the following two stages:

  1. Set up a general-purpose Android development environment.
  2. Set up OpenCV for use in this environment. We may use a prepackaged, preconfigured version of OpenCV, or alternatively, we may configure and build OpenCV from source.

Let's start by looking at the setup steps for a general-purpose Android development environment. We will not delve into very much detail here because good instructions are available at the given links and, as an Android or Java developer, you have probably been through similar steps before.

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If you already have an Android ...

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