Sunday, September 11, 2011

EXCLUSIVE FOR Followers : Eclipse With Inbuilt ADT Plugin

Why bothering to install ADT plugin to eclipse ? Here we Introduce Eclipse IDE with inbuilt Android ADT plugin.  Download Part 01 & Part 02 and extract both. Then You are done !

Link to Part one -
Link to Part two -

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Now you can get the latest Eclipse version with the very latest Android Development Toolkit.

Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
Version: Indigo Service Release 1
Build id: 20110916-0149

Android Development Toolkit
Version: 16.0.1.v201112150204-238534

Download From Here:
Part 01
Part 02
Part 03

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Start Android Development - Eclipse & ADT Plugin

First of all We need Eclipse IDE to develop android applications. Though the other Java IDEs such as NetBeans and  IntelliJ IDEA do support android SDK they don't give much support as Eclipse do. So the first choice for the android development is Eclipse.  Eclipse is a free and open source software. You can freely download it from Eclipse download section.

What is the Best Eclipse Version for Android ?

Some android developers recommend eclipse Galileo for android development. But for me Indigo also looks better. I have Eclipse Indigo installed in my Ubuntu OS. It works fine for me. But when you selecting the package make sure that you CPU speed is compatible for long run with out freezing your screen. So I recommend Eclipse IDE for Java Developers. Its small in size and also great with speed.

Android Development Toolkit a.k.a ADT Plugin
Android Development Toolkit is your bridge between Android SDK and Eclipse IDE. We need to add ADT plugin to Eclipse. There are simple instructions to add this plugin to the IDE.

Check the Video Tutorial. It will tip you on this process.
N.B. It is better to have latest versions of Java JDK, Android SDK, and Eclipse IDE.

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