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Android Studio IDE Quick Reference: A Pocket Guide to Android Studio Development by Ted Hagos

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© Ted Hagos 2019
Ted HagosAndroid Studio IDE Quick Referencehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4953-6_2

2. Quick How-Tos

Ted Hagos1 
(1)
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
 
What this chapter covers:
  • Creating a project

  • Creating an activity

  • Creating a class and an interface

  • Generating code for method overrides

  • Running a project

In this chapter, you’ll take a look at some of the basic activities in Android project development, such as creating a project, activities, classes, interfaces, methods, and how to run an app. A lot of these elements can be managed manually (by hand) without much difficulty, but Android Studio has some nifty capabilities that can help you with these tasks. Android Studio can make these tasks quicker and more accurate. For ...

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