In the first part of the chapter, we have seen how to use Android command-line tools. But developing with Notepad or VI is not really attractive. Coding should be fun! And to make it so, we need our preferred IDE to perform boring or unpractical tasks. So let's see now how to create an Android project using Eclipse.
Eclipse views and perspectives
Several times in this book, I have asked you to look at an Eclipse View like the Package Explorer View, the Debug View, and so on. Usually, most of them are already visible, but sometimes they are not. In that case, open them through main menu: Window | Show View | Other….
Views in Eclipse are grouped in perspectives, which basically store your workspace ...