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  • Building Your First Android App? Here’s What You Need To Know

Building Your First Android App? Here’s What You Need To Know

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By atul 657 days ago

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Building Your First Android App? Here’s What You Need To Know


Android development
is one of the most lucrative career options right now. If you’re building your first app, you might have a number of questions on how to go about it. We’ve presented a few tips below to help you out.

Learn Java and XML
Java is the most basic building block of the Android platform. So unless you learn Java, you’re going to have a hard time getting any apps off the ground. XML is used to describe data. You also need to know XML to understand Android concepts and app design. But it’s a language that you can learn as you’re building your app rather than beforehand. Once you learn Java and XML, you need to figure out how to connect the two using Android principles.

Get familiar with IDEs
IDEs, or Integrated Development can compile and run your code with just a click of a button, as opposed to apps that require you to write code to compile and then write additional code to run them. As a beginner, it is best to work on IDEs. Android Studio is one IDE that you can use.

Ask for help online

You can’t build an app in one night at this stage. You’ll probably have to work on it for at least two months. But when you hit a tight spot, don’t hesitate to ask experts for help. There are plenty of forums where you can do this.

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