android on windows OS

by Prashant » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 16:47:53 GMT


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 hi , i am new to android , i want to know whether we can develop
android application on windows OS?
can we create android source file on windowsOS?

thanks in advance,
Prashant.

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android on windows OS

by Sunit Katkar » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 17:23:32 GMT


 What exactly do you mean by "whether we can develop android application on
windows OS" ?
The SDK is in java and you can install Eclipse IDE with the Android Plugin
on your Windows computer and develop Android applications.
There is a Emulator provided with the SDK which lets you run and debug the
applications you develop.

You can refer to my site mentioned below and build your first Android
example application.

Sunit Katkar
 http://sunitkatkar.blogspot.com/ - Android OS Tutorials 








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android on windows OS

by Amir Noble » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 17:34:05 GMT


 Similar question: can u use c# ide to write java apps I was thinking of 
using c# Ide mobile to try to write apps




What exactly do you mean by "whether we can develop android application on 
windows OS" ?
The SDK is in java and you can install Eclipse IDE with the Android Plugin 
on your Windows computer and develop Android applications.
There is a Emulator provided with the SDK which lets you run and debug the 
applications you develop.

You can refer to my site mentioned below and build your first Android 
example application.

Sunit Katkar
 http://sunitkatkar.blogspot.com/ - Android OS Tutorials 



- Sunit Katkar


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android on windows OS

by Sunit Katkar » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 17:41:28 GMT


 I am not aware of this yet. However, using Eclipse IDE with the Android
Plugin makes it very easy to develop apps for Android. It takes away the
hassle of setting up and starting the emulator yourself and many more
things. It truly lets you focus on what you want to do - build apps!
And Eclipse is free, the SDK is free, the plugin is free and it all works :)
so why worry about something else to develop apps.

- Sunit
 http://sunitkatkar.blogspot.com/ - Android OS Tutorials 









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android on windows OS

by parani kumar » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 07:51:27 GMT


 Hi Sunit,

The link is dead.

 http://sunitkatkar.blogspot.com/ 

It is not loading.









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parani

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android on windows OS

by Android dev » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 15:57:43 GMT


 The link is working fine for me









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android on windows OS

by Sunit Katkar » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 16:46:45 GMT


 Its up. I just checked. Its hosted on the popular blogger site. So if they
had problems when you accessed it, then you might have found it dead.
Here is the direct link to the tutorial  http://www.vidyut.com/sunit/android/ 

Happy coding :)

- Sunit Katkar
 http://sunitkatkar.blogspot.com/ - Android OS Tutorials 










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android on windows OS

by parani kumar » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 09:47:38 GMT


 Hi Sunit,

Thanks for the response and the link is working for me as well.

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