All the code in this book and the download bundle will work in your favorite Android IDE. However, I found the latest version of Android Studio exceptionally friendly to use and the code was written and tested in it as well.
If you don't currently use Android Studio, I encourage you to give it a try. Here is a quick overview of how to get up and running quickly. This guide includes steps to install the Java JDK in case you are completely new to Android development.
If you already have your preferred development environment ready to go then jump straight to Chapter 2, Tappy Defender – First Step.
The first thing we need to do is prepare your PC to develop for Android using Java. Fortunately, this is made ...