Points to note before Developing your Android App

Android programming is based on Java programming language so if you have basic understanding on Java programming then it will be a fun to learn Android application development.

Android Studio is an easy to use (and free) app developing environment. .Building Android applications requires a deep knowledge of programming and design. Developers need to keep code flexible and account for a variety of user scenarios.

 Note the following points while developing your First Android app

  • Ideation (coming up with your app concept)
  • Drawing a wireframe
  • Choosing your IDE and setting it up
  • To Learn the basics of Java
  • Creating your images
  • Building the layout
  • Writing the code
  • Implementing more advanced functionality
  • Adding some extra polish
  • Publishing your app

Step by Step process of installing Android Studio,Click Here

Requirements to Develop your Android App

  • SDK (Software Development Kit),
  • An IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like Android Studio or Eclipse, the Java Software Development Kit (JDK) and
  • Virtual device to test on.

Android SDK Packages

In Android SDK Manager, select the following items and then click Install packages:

  • Tools/Android SDK Tools
  • Tools/Android SDK Build-tools
  • Tools/Android SDK Platform-tools
  • Android API (currently recommended: API 19)
  • Extras/Google Repository
  • Extras/Android Support Repository

Fun Fact: The first sketches of the Android robot were truly frightening. The logo went through many more iterations and rounds of feedback before finally landing on the famous Android robot.

Develope your own Android app