Responding to Button Clicks: Practical Android Development Part 6

Now that we've learned how to add buttons to layouts (in the previous tutorial), it's time to see how to make stuff happen when a button is clicked. If you're familiar with Swing, SWT or any other Swi....

Buttons and Linear Layouts: Practical Android Development Part 5

In this tutorial we'll add a button to our basic app, using the linear layout viewgroup to arrange our components. The button won't do anything just yet though -- we'll leave that for the next tutoria....

The Edit Text View: Practical Android Development Part 4

It's time to customise the basic hello world Android Java program by adding an EditText view, which allows you to edit text. In this tutorial we'll also begin to look at how to lay out user interface....

A Basic “(Hello World)” Program: Practical Android Development Part 3

In this video we'll create a basic hello world program with Android. In fact, we'll hardly have to do anything to get a basic Android program up and running, since the Android Eclipse plugin will do m....

Creating an Emulator: Practical Android Development Part 2

Once you've installed everything you need to develop an Android application, you'll want to figure out how to actually run the code you're going to write. One option is to plug in your phone or pad an....

Setup and Installation: Practical Android Development Part 1

Welcome to the first video in a full course on Android development in Java. I'll be releasing a handful of free videos from the complete course - enough to get you started - and you can find the compl....