Points to note before Developing your Android App
Android programming is based on Java programming language so if you have basic understanding on Java programming then it will be a fun to learn Android application development.
Android Studio is an easy to use (and free) app developing environment. .Building Android applications requires a deep knowledge of programming and design. Developers need to keep code flexible and account for a variety of user scenarios.
Note the following points while developing your First Android app
- Ideation (coming up with your app concept)
- Drawing a wireframe
- Choosing your IDE and setting it up
- To Learn the basics of Java
- Creating your images
- Building the layout
- Writing the code
- Implementing more advanced functionality
- Adding some extra polish
- Publishing your app
Step by Step process of installing Android Studio,Click Here
Requirements to Develop your Android App
- SDK (Software Development Kit),
- An IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like Android Studio or Eclipse, the Java Software Development Kit (JDK) and
- Virtual device to test on.
Android SDK Packages
In Android SDK Manager, select the following items and then click Install packages:
- Tools/Android SDK Tools
- Tools/Android SDK Build-tools
- Tools/Android SDK Platform-tools
- Android API (currently recommended: API 19)
- Extras/Google Repository
- Extras/Android Support Repository
Fun Fact: The first sketches of the Android robot were truly frightening. The logo went through many more iterations and rounds of feedback before finally landing on the famous Android robot.