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  1. AndroidEd

    AndroidEd Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    1. I have Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers
    2. Windows 7
    3. 2.0.1 API downloaded
    4. Preferences in Eclipse to the SDK file has been set.
    5. I can't make an android project/whatever it's called.
     

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    wige Well-Known Member

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    When you go to the new Project Wizard, is there a folder "Android"? If so, what happens when you select "Android Project"?
     
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    AndroidEd Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    There wasn't any Android folder. But I fixed it for now, thanks for the response though.
    Do you recommend an tutorials on using eclipse/coding for android?
     
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    AndroidEd Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks, but I noticed something. While I am in the project, on the left side where all the elements are, I don't have ProjectName.Java ?
    Any thoughts?
     
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    I don't believe you would have ProjectName.java, in the Package View the root item should just be PackageName, which refers to a folder in your workspace. With Android, projects don't necessarily have one entry point the way a standard project does through main(). In an Android app, any class that extends Activity can be an entry point into your app, given an appropriate Intent.
     

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