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LogCat Window is the place where various messages can be printed when an application runs. Suppose, you are running your application and the program crashes,… Read More
Android is an operating system which is built basically for Mobile phones. It is based on the Linux Kernel and other open-source software and is… Read More
Android Studio is the official integrated development environment (IDE) for Android application development. In this article, some of the most imp shortcuts are explained in… Read More
In android development, we need an android device to run the application. So, developers of Android Studio provide an option to install android virtual device… Read More
Android Studio is the official IDE (Integrated Development Environment) developed by the JetBrains community which is freely provided by Google for android app development. After… Read More
Android Studio is the official IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for Android app development and it is based on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software. Android Studio provides… Read More
Gradle is a build system (open source) that is used to automate building, testing, deployment, etc. “build.gradle” are scripts where one can automate the tasks.… Read More
The res/values folder is used to store the values for the resources that are used in many Android projects to include features of color, styles,… Read More
After successfully Setting up an Android project, all of the default files are created with default code in them. Let us look at this default… Read More
It is very important to know about the basics of Android Studio’s file structure. In this article, some important files/folders, and their significance is explained… Read More
After successfully installing the Android studio and opening it for the first time, a number of options appear as shown in the below images. Below… Read More
Every project in Android includes a Manifest XML file, which is AndroidManifest.xml, located in the root directory of its project hierarchy. The manifest file is… Read More

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