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I’ve watched many beginning developers learn the bare minimum about their IDE, and then… stop. Just enough to edit, compile, and run. This is not enough. No matter what language you code in, and no matter what IDE you use, you spend a lot of your day using the tool. So it’s worth investing the […]
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Getting Started with Android Studio – from an Eclipse ADT user’s perspective

Introduction I you have seen my previous post you will know that I’m migrating from Eclipse to Android Studio as part of a routine update onLearning Tree’s course on  Developing Android Applications. As discussed there:  it is going to be, like it or not the official Android Development tool. As a seasoned Android developer, I’ve been […]
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