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3. Android Studio

Ted Hagos1 , Mario Zechner2, J. F. DiMarzio3 and Robert Green4
Makati, Philippines
Graz, Steiermark, Austria
Kissimmee, FL, USA
Portland, OR, USA
In the previous chapter, we built a simple app by creating a project, opened it in the main editor window, and ran it in an emulator. In this chapter, we’ll take a closer look at the parts of Android Studio where we’ll spend most of our time. We’ll look at the following:
  • Working with files in Android Studio

  • Parts of the main editor

  • Editing layout files

  • The Project tool window


From the opening dialog of Android Studio, you ...

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