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Cardboard VR Projects for Android by Matt Schoen, Jonathan Linowes

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The Android project structure

The root directory of your Android project contains various files and subdirectories. Or, should I say, the root folder of your Android project contains various files and subfolders. Ha ha. We'll use the words "folder" and "directory" interchangeably throughout this book, just as Android Studio also seems to do (actually, there is a difference, as discussed at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29454427/new-directory-vs-new-folder-in-android-studio).

As shown in the Android hierarchy, in the following sample Cardboard project, the root directory contains an app/ subdirectory, which, in turn, contains the following subdirectories:

  • app/manifests/: This contains the AndroidManifest.xml manifest file that specifies the ...

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