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Mastering Android Studio 3 by Kyle Mew

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Workspace structure

The overall structure of Android Studio is not dissimilar to other IDEs. There are windows for editing text and screen components, others for navigating project structures, and others still for monitoring and debugging. The IDE is highly flexible and can be configured to suit many specific needs and preferences. A typical layout might look like this:

A typical workspace layout

Although these windows can be arranged in any way we please, generally speaking, in the previous screenshot, the four panes might have the following functions:

  1. Navigating a project, module, or library
  2. Editing text and designing layouts
  3. Defining component ...

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