Initializing a Git repository

We have installed Android Studio and introduced ourselves to some important SDK tools. We also learned how to deal with emulated devices that will run our code. It is time to start working on our project. We will develop a small application for notes and todos. This is a tool that everybody needs. We will give it a name--Journaler and it will be an application capable of creating notes and todos with reminders that will be synced to our backend.

First step in development is initializing a Git repository. Git will be our code versioning system. It is up to you to decide if you will use GitHub, BitBucket, or something else for a remote Git instance. Create your remote repository and keep its URL ready, along with ...

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