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Android App development is not just about learning the code syntax. There are a whole lot of tools and Android app development software that you need to get familiar with.This article will help you to get started.

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Android App Development

Where to Start ?

Android App Development


“Where to start android app development?”

This is a question that every budding developer has faced in the beginning of their journey.

App development is not just about learning the code syntax.

There are a whole lot of tools & Android app development software that you need to get familiar with.


 Android SDK( Software Development Kit)

The SDK comprises of a collection of tools that helps you

in android app development.

The IDE is a part of the SDK

There are two important IDE for Android, viz., Eclipse and

Android Studio.


It is the default IDE for Android, which allows you to work

with Java and XML files.

Android Studio: 

Android Studio is a good alternative to Eclipse,though it can’t be

used for every need that you may have, currently.


Some Great Resources for you to Start Learning the Basics.

Android Developer Hub

Android developer hub is Android’s official developer website. You can get access to awesome tools & downloads, a never ending list of library items, code samples, training and everything related to Android here.


This is an 8-week online class to learn android app development. The course is taught by Google engineers,

which helps you to learn some of the

core concepts better.



You can get a lot of tips, tutorials, and expert advice from

experienced Android developers in Codementor.

The site will also allow you to sign up and receive

email updates.

Android Weekly

This is your ultimate source to get free subscription to

weekly newsletters and content rich articles, tutorials,

videos, and more.


Android Debug Bridge

The ADB is a command line tool that allows you to communicate with a plugged-in Android device.

Here are some helpful resources.

Vogella:This will start right from the basics and takes you through the working of the ADB and the different scopes of using it.

ADB User Guide: This resource comes as Google’s official documentation and gives you a detailed idea about using the tool.


Android Developer Guidelines

Google gives you a great number of tutorials and guides, so that you can understand how to program your apps.

Some sections are:

Google services, where you get features like map & locations, sign-in services etc.

API Guides, where you can read about adding tons of functionalities, such as basic animation and connecting to the web.

Sample Codes, for adding various functions.


Android Design Guidelines

Google has it’s own set of design guidelines for it’s developers.

Here, you can read the instructions and tips related to different topics on creating application interfaces such as animation, usability, layout, style etc.

Google has also come up with a new design metaphor, Material Design, which will add innovation and the possibilities of technology & science into it.



Git is a version control system that can be directly integrated into the Android IDE. You can manage old and new project versions with the help of Git, and use it as a backup tool.

Two of the most popular Git repository services are 

GitHub and BitBucket.

Vogella, Bitbucket Tutorials, and

GitHub Guides contain a lot of guides and tutorials for people who want to get trained in the area.



Android App Development, Where to start ?