Android Development Tutorials 5: XML made EASY & Introduce Java

Android Tutorial & Lessons 5: XML made EASY & Introduce Java

What's up my peepz? (who says peepz anymore?) This lesson will get you up and running, and even if you are an absolute beginner, you can do it. Please subscribe and thumbs up the video and you will be a pro in no time

In this lesson you will learn:
-XML, the Easy way, using the Graphical Layout
-Accessing Properties Tab (and other tabs) in Eclipse
-Making a Button
-Introduction to the id reference in Java
-New XML functions
-Introduction/Review of how the Manifest calls the Java activity which calls the XML layout
-Create a new XML layout
-HOMEWORK: create 3 different icons and place them in the appropriate folders ( create one icon 150x150px for the high density folder, one 75x75 for medium, and one 35x35 for the low density folder)

This video is the 5 in a web series that I am creating to help you learn Android programming so you can create apps and eventually how to learn to write games for android phones. I want to explain things in a way that everyone can understand, even if you have no experience with Java, XML, C, OpenGL, or as a matter of fact, any other programming language.

If you do have a lot of experience with programming, these first videos will be really slow for you, but my goal is to get everyone sprinting, but for now we have learn to crawl.

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