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Starts @ 20th May, 2023- 10:00 AM
Please make sure you have a device with more than 4 GB of RAM (preferably 8 GB) before getting started with the tutorial.
Let's start with the basics of Android development. Android development is the process of creating applications that run on the Android operating system. Android is an open-source platform, which means that developers can freely access and modify the code to create their applications. Android applications are typically written in Java, Kotlin, or C++ using the Android SDK (Software Development Kit).
To develop Android applications, you will need to install Android Studio, which is the official Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Android development. Android Studio provides a comprehensive set of tools for building Android applications, including a code editor, a visual layout editor, and a debugger.
In this guide, we will walk you through the process of installing Android Studio and setting up your development environment. We will cover the installation process for Windows, macOS, and Linux, and provide step-by-step instructions for configuring Android Studio to work with your Android device or emulator. By the end of this guide, you will have a fully functional Android development environment and be ready to start building your own Android applications.
Sure, here are the steps to install Android Studio on Windows:
Go to the official Android Studio download page at https://developer.android.com/studio.
Click on the "Download Android Studio" button.
Choose the "Windows" operating system option and click on the "Download" button.
Once the download is complete, run the Android Studio installer by double-clicking on the downloaded file.
In the Setup Wizard, select the components you want to install. The default options should be sufficient for most users, but you can customize the installation if you prefer.
Choose the installation location for Android Studio. The default location is usually fine, but you can choose a different location if you prefer.
Choose the Start Menu folder for Android Studio. The default folder name is "Android Studio," but you can choose a different name if you prefer.
Choose whether or not you want to create desktop shortcuts for Android Studio and click on the "Install" button.
Wait for the installation process to complete. This may take several minutes depending on your system's performance.
Once the installation is complete, click on the "Finish" button to close the Setup Wizard. Congratulations! You have successfully installed Android Studio on your Windows machine.
Here are the step-by-step instructions to set up Android Studio on Windows:
Android Studio requires Android SDK to build and run apps.
Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a command-line tool that allows you to communicate with your Android device from your computer.
That's it! You have successfully set up Android Studio on your Windows computer and configured AVD, SDK Manager, and Android Platform Tools containing ADB.