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2010\10\28@142053 by Mark E. Skeels

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Does anyone have experience concerning Android development they would be willing to share/comment upon?

   * What tools do you use?
   * For what platform/OS version?
   * Do you do the development on a PC?
   * How did you get started with it?


Mark Skeels
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Competition Electronics, Inc.
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2010\10\28@143244 by M.L.

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On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 2:20 PM, Mark E. Skeels
<spam_OUTmskeelsTakeThisOuTspamcompetitionelectronics.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have experience concerning Android development they would be
> willing to share/comment upon?
>
>    * What tools do you use?
>    * For what platform/OS version?
>    * Do you do the development on a PC?
>    * How did you get started with it?

4. I followed a tutorial much like this one (but not this one)
http://developer.android.com/guide/tutorials/hello-world.html

1. I used Eclipse

2. Whatever the latest Android version is

3. Yes (Windows XP), though I think you can do it on other platforms
just as easily.

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Martin K.

2010\10\29@014448 by PICdude

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Yep.  Eclipse/Java with Android SDK on Win XP.  The Android SDK comes  with an emulator.  Here's one decent tutorial...  http://www.vogella.de/articles/Android/article.html .  Why does no one  agree with me that this guy looks like Adam Sandler?

Cheers,
-Neil.



Quoting "Mark E. Skeels" <.....mskeelsKILLspamspam@spam@competitionelectronics.com>:

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2010\10\29@140749 by Herbert Graf

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On Thu, 2010-10-28 at 22:44 -0700, PICdude wrote:
> Yep.  Eclipse/Java with Android SDK on Win XP.  The Android SDK comes  
> with an emulator.  Here's one decent tutorial...  
> http://www.vogella.de/articles/Android/article.html .  Why does no one  
> agree with me that this guy looks like Adam Sandler?
>
> Cheers,
> -Neil.

I don't know about others, but the resemblance is startling to me.

TTYL


'[TECH] ANDROID'
2010\11\01@041426 by Moreira, Luis A
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Hi,
He does look like Adam Sandler a bit.
The main question here is, as anybody tried the Android tool set and
wrote a program that is actually running on an Android phone? Their
experiences with the all process of writing it, downloading it to the
phone and running it would be appreciated.

Best Regards
            Luis
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2010\11\01@080735 by Roel Adriaans

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Op 1-11-2010 9:14, Moreira, Luis A schreef:
> The main question here is, as anybody tried the Android tool set and
> wrote a program that is actually running on an Android phone? Their
> experiences with the all process of writing it, downloading it to the
> phone and running it would be appreciated.

Wrote my own simple program to change the call forwarding status.
Program only has a few buttons.
I used the Hack a day tutorial:
http://hackaday.com/2010/07/15/android-dev-101-%E2%80%93-part-1hello-world/

Writing the program: First Hello world is pretty simple. When you dive into
your program it gets a bit harder. But, if you get the Activities, Services, Broadcast receivers,
Content providers and intents, it not harder then writing a random java program with
a gui.

The eclipse development platform with emulator works great. Eclipse is a feature-rich IDE.
The emulator is bit heavy, but with a fairly modern computer is shoudn't give you much
problems.

You can upload an APK package to your phone via USB and you can install it.
To do that you need an file explorer, like Astro file manager.

If you have a webserver on your development pc you can download it over
http and install it.

Roel Adriaans

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