First look about Android Studio 1.0.5 running with Fedora distro.

Google just announced Android Studio, an integrated development environment for building apps.

This IDE is based on IntelliJ IDEA and works as a WYSIWYG for creating android applications.

You can get this IDE from here.

It’s working under OS platforms: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

I used under Fedora and this is my short tutorial about this IDE.

The Android Studio has two folders : bin and sdk.

Content of the bin folder has this files and folders:

Content of the SDK folder has this files and folders:

To run the IDE just need to start from bin folder the studio.sh .

You will see the splash of the Android Studio:

android_studio_splash

After that will see the IDE.

I don’t tell you all of the features of this IDE.

This will take time and this is just one short tutorial.

Most of this it’s like in the old Eclipse IDE.

I will try to show you something new and also to show how to update the IDE.

First if will see something like this :

android_studio_001

If it not update then you need to update the Android Studio.

android_studio_002

Go to Menu -> Help -> Check for Update…

android_studio_003

After that will need to press button : Update and Restart.

android_studio_004

You will see this:

android_studio_005

This will update your IDE.

First you need to update your android using this tool: SDK MAnager.

android_studio_006

Select your android sdk to build your application.

android_studio_007

To start your first project just go to menu File -> New Project …

android_studio_008

You will see the next window and will need to fill with your project settings.

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I will show you how to make it but into another tutorial.

See you later…

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