How to create your first Android Application with Android Studio

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Please Note that the latest version of Android Studio as for today  is 2.13. The tutorial are using android studio 1.2.
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Launch Android Studio and Click Start a New Android Studio Project.

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Configure your New Project application name. The project will automatically create you package name.
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Select Target Android Devices. You should select API 10 or Android 2.33 as about 99.5% of the devices that are active on Google play are using this version.

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Add an Activity to your mobile apps. Activity is similar to form in Visual .Net development. You can choose Blank Activity, Blank activity with fragment, full screen activity, Google Admob Activity, Google Map Activity, Login Activity and ect. Select Blank activity for our example.

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Customize the activity name. Let’s use the default setting and click next.
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Please wait while Android Studio create and configure project for your.

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Android Studio will create several folder and files for your. The most important file is MainActivity.java. This main files will convert into dalvik executable and run your application.

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Click Run app icon to test your first android app in the emulator. If you want to test it on your android handphone connect it with USB.
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Congratulation, your first hello world android apps.

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  4. Yeah, it sounds quite easy explained in that fashion, but, according to my experience with Studio, it's not that simple. To get this clear, now I talk about experience to non-devs, who barely have experience in backend, frontend, web-design, you name it. I've tried to get through this soft when I had been asked to create an application for the one of local restaurants, but have to gave it up after times of wandering with plugin features... Lucky me that I've found this platform in order to make beautiful restaurants mobile apps https://www.restauranthill.com/mobile-apps/ easily. It's more like WordPress, but in better structured way, with all these easy-to-understand edit tools and plugins. So, I got a ready to go app in like ten minutes))

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