This video demonstrates how the Intel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager combined with an Intel processor with the Intel-VT feature can dramatically improve performance of Android Virtual Devices or AVDs supplied by the Android SDK.
In this video we’ll be exploring various ways of coding OnClickListeners for Buttons in Android. This video series is for beginners to Android development and at even Java programming and is intended to demonstrate a variety of ways to accomplish the same coding goal. This can help alleviate confusion for developers that have seen things coded different ways in various tutorials.
In this video we’ll be setting up VisualSVN Server and configuring Eclipse to use the Subversive SVN plugin for source control using a Subversion server on our Windows 10 development machine. We’ll also give a basic lesson on using SVN for source control. Topics include committing and reverting changes and traversing the revision history to update your working copy to any given revision. Again, our focus here is Android development using Eclipse, so we’ll be using an Android project for our demonstration.
VisualSVN Server can be found here: https://www.visualsvn.com/server/download/
Licencing information for VisualSVN Server can be found here: https://www.visualsvn.com/server/licensing/
You can visit our previous video for instructions on setting up Eclipse on Windows 10 for Android development using the Android SDK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47yY1uCTU0M
Common ADT / SDK installation problem – after installing the ADT Plugin, Eclipse shows it installed but doesn’t show any of the ADT options. Solution – eclipse must be run as administrator when installing new software. plugins installed while not run as admin will need to be uninstalled and reinstalled. Details about this issue can be found on StackOverflow.com here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3723450/android-adt-plugin-doesnt-show-up-in-eclipse