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Android NDK Beginner's Guide - Second Edition by Sylvain Ratabouil

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Time for action – creating a native Android project

Eclipse provides a wizard to help us set up our project:

  1. Launch Eclipse. In the main menu, go to File | New | Project….
  2. Then, in the opened New project wizard, go to Android | Android Application Project and click on Next.
  3. In the next screen, enter project properties as follows and click on Next again:
    Time for action – creating a native Android project
  4. Click on Next twice, leaving default options, to go to the Create activity wizard screen. Select Blank activity with Fragment and click on Next.
  5. Finally, in the Blank Activity screen, enter activity properties as follows:
  6. Click on Finish to validate. After a few seconds, the wizard disappears and the project ...

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