English | 2.5 Hours | Video: 720p | 428 MB
Want to develop Android apps? You need Android Studio—the IDE designed by Google specifically for Android app development. This course is fully revised for 2018, covering all the essential features in the latest stable iteration of Android Studio (v3.1) and critical resources such as Intel HAXM. Instructor David Gassner introduces the Android Studio interface, helps you set up your environment and your first project, and provides handy shortcuts for writing and debugging code. Learn how to add version control by integrating Android Studio with GitHub, and monitor CPU and memory usage. David also shows how to manage project dependencies, use templates, generate graphics and other resources, and switch back and forth between the two supported programming languages, Java and Kotlin.
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