Android and Netbeans

by ntuple » Tue, 05 May 2009 02:05:22 GMT

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 Has anyone gotten Android to work on Netbeans ? I'm using the
nbandroid plugin which works fine but I can't get to the next step of
defining the Android Platform.

Whether I point to the Android folder or the platforms subfolder or
the 1.1 or 1.5 underneath, Netbeans refuses to recognize any of these
as platform folders  Grrrr !

This is on Kubunto 9.04 so it maybe that the Android Unix distro isn't
recognized but it's really frustrating because I prefer to work in

Without a workaround it seems the only choice is to use Eclipse to
develop Android apps.



Android and Netbeans

by ayush » Tue, 05 May 2009 13:24:53 GMT

 i tried the same thing a few months ago. i managed to get the plugin
installed and open up a new android project in netbeans. however the
build kept failing. if i remember rightly, one of the forums mentioned
that the netbeans plugin is unable to maintain the file which
is why the build failed. it might work if you are willing to make the
effort to create and maintain the file manually.
in my case, i (reluctantly) switched over to eclipse. but trust me -
eclipse is pretty decent once u get used to it. the built in XML
editors are useful when u need to define the layouts and resources
using XML.


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Android and Netbeans

by Vinay H V » Fri, 29 May 2009 17:59:51 GMT

 I got it working.

Android works fine in NetBeans. Just follow steps in 

Use NetBeans 6.5 ml version.
and Use android-sdk-windows-1.0_r2 for Android Platform

Vinay H V


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