Introduction to the Android World
Understanding the Building Environment for Android
Getting Familiar with Activity
Introduction to Intents
Understanding various Notifications
How To Install Android Studio In Your System?
Any developer out there, would dream to develop or build an Android application on his own. If you are a noob or an experienced developer, you might want to start off with the basics. The first step towards this is choosing the right IDE to work on. This article on how to install Android Studio will guide your way through.
The process of installing Android Studio involves 3 steps, namely:
The very first thing you have to do if you are going to work on any technology is, master any programming language. Java is one of the easiest languages and the JDK libraries are required to run any program.
So, install Java JDK files. As our main focus is on how to install Android Studio, let’s move forward with the installation process.
Install Android Studio
Once you install Java on your system, Google search for Android Studio download. Something like, what you see in the image would appear,
Click on the link and you’ll be directed to another page where you can download Android Studio
And once you click on the ‘Download Android Studio’ button, the IDE starts to download and you can sit back and relax. After this, you can add a shortcut to Android Studio on your desktop. You can just right-click on the application and select Run as administrator.
Click on Next and you will see the installation beginning. Once you do this, you’ll be directed to this page that is the welcome page of Android Studio.
Once you get this page, click on start a new Android Studio project. After you do this, you have to choose on which type of project you want to create. You can always go for an empty project because you can add or customize whatever you create.
Give your project a name and you’re good to go!
You can either select Kotlin or Java for coding. As Kotlin is also a preferred programming language for Android Development, Kotlin is also on the list.
Now that you’ve learned this, you’ll find it easy to write a simple program.