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Installing the Android SDK on OS X

Android is becoming more and popular amongst developers, the purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to install the Android SDK on your Mac – for this tutorial, I am running OS X and will be installing it in the Eclipse IDE (don't worry, we'll walk through all the steps, including obtaining the IDE).

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Build an ASCII Art Editor: Interface Setup

This tutorial series on Creating a Simple ASCII Art Editor is in four parts:
Building the User InterfaceImage Export and User ConfigurationASCII Picture Database Creation and QueryingSaving and Deleting ASCII PicturesBy the end of this tutorial series, the user will be able to enter text characters to draw their ASCII artwork, save the art to a database, or even export their creation as an image file. The user will also be able to choose to display settings that determine the text and background colors for the ASCII art canvas.
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Getting Started with XML Layouts in Android SDK

This tutorial will teach you the fundamentals of building Android interface layouts with XML. Read on!

When you're getting started with developing Android apps using Eclipse and the ADT plugin, Eclipse's powerful graphical layout editor is a great place to start visually designing your user interface. However, this "what you see is what you get" approach has its limitations, and at some point you'll need to switch to XML.

One of the major benefits of declaring your UI in XML is the ability to keep the UI and the behavior of your app separate, giving you the freedom to tweak your app's presentation without disrupting its underlying functionality.

In this article, I'll show you how to design a basic XML layout from scratch, including defining the root element, specifying height and width parameters, and adding some basic UI elements. Finally, I'll use this basic layout to demonstrate some advanced XML options, such as allocating different amounts of space …

Android Sample Apps

The Android SDK includes many sample apps that can help you learn Android by inspecting how different APIs are used to build a mobile application. These sample apps are available for download through the Android SDK Manager. Learn how to easily create Eclipse projects around these sample apps, compile them, and use them in your own projects.

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