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Google I/O 2015 Extended Pampanga Android Workshop

Google I/O 2015 Extended Pampanga Android Workshop

Slides used in my Android workshop at Google I/O 2015 Extended Pampanga

Jomar Tigcal

July 04, 2015

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  1. Jomar Tigcal • GDG Philippines Community Manager • Android Developer

    • Have personal Android apps on Google Play Store
  2. Google Developers Group (GDG) Philippines is a group of enthusiastic

    Filipino developers interested to collaborate and learn more about new technologies. http://www.gdgph.org [email protected] GDG Philippines @gdgphilippines
  3. Android is Everywhere • Phones • Tablets • Smartwatches (Android

    Wear) • Televisions (Android TV) Cars (Android Auto) • even Google Glass • and other devices
  4. How to be an Android Developer Go to Settings >>

    About and Tap the Build Number seven times. Image Source: http://www.greenbot.com/article/2457986/how-to-enable-developer-options-on-your-android-phone-or-tablet.html
  5. Powerful development framework • SDK provided by Google • Android

    Developer Tools • Android Emulator for testing • Free to download and use • Great documentation
  6. Android Studio Android Studio IDE Android SDK tools Android 5.0

    (Lollipop) Platform Android 5.0 emulator system image with Google APIs
  7. System Requirements • JDK (Java Development Kit) 6+ • 2

    GB RAM minimum, 4 GB RAM recommended • 400 MB hard disk space • At least 1 GB for Android SDK, emulator system images, and caches
  8. Getting Started • Download Android Studio at http://developer. android.com/sdk/index.html •

    Open the SDK Manager • Download the SDK packages • Create Android Virtual Devices (AVDs)
  9. Setup Android Studio (Mac OS X) • Launch the .dmg

    file and drag and drop Android Studio into the Applications folder. Open Android Studio and follow the setup wizard to install any necessary SDK tools. • To access the Android SDK tools from the command line, navigate to /Users/Library/Android/sdk/
  10. Setup Android Studio (Windows) • Launch the .exe file and

    follow the setup wizard to install Android Studio and any necessary SDK tools. • To access the Android SDK tools from the command line, navigate to the location where they are installed, e.g. \Users\\sdk\
  11. Setup Android Studio (Linux) • Unpack the downloaded Android Studio

    ZIP file into your preferred location. • To launch Android Studio, navigate to the android-studio/bin/ directory in a terminal and execute studio.sh. • Follow the setup wizard to install the SDK and any necessary SDK tools.
  12. Publishing Your Apps • Google Play Developer Console: https://play. google.com/apps/publish/

    • $25 one-time registration fee • Resource: http://developer.android. com/distribute/googleplay/publish/index.html
  13. Udacity-Google Android Courses • Android Development for Beginners: http: //udacity.com/course/ud837

    • Developing Android Apps: http://udacity. com/course/ud853 • … and more at https://www.udacity. com/google