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Android Studio Application Development by Belén Cruz Zapata

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Chapter 8. Debugging

The debugging environment is one of the most important features of an IDE. Using a debugging tool allows you to easily optimize your application and improve its performance. Do you want to use one of these debug tools while programming in Android Studio? Android Studio includes the Dalvik Debug Monitor Server (DDMS) debugging tool.

In this chapter we will start by learning about the run and debug options and how to emulate our application in one of the Android virtual devices we learned to create in the previous chapter. We will learn about the debugger tab, the console tab, and the LogCat tab in depth. We will also learn how to use breakpoints using the debugger and how to run our application stopping in those breakpoints. ...

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