Ever wonder how those great Android apps are made?
It must be time consuming and full of tedious hours of testing and tweaking right?
Using an Android xml editor is the secret:
No editor is perfect and ones that are easy to make to help develop android apps are possibly some of the most bug-filled editors ever. This is where actual programming skills are required to make a fully functional Android application using an Android xml editor. It is not easy but most certainly not impossible, even for average computer user.
There is a slight learning curve to the making and using an Android xml editor with Eclipse. Learning the curve can be done at EPCC, the local community college, or UTEP in less than a semester. The beginner user should be familiar with common coding and basic xml. This new way to program applications for smart phones is changing the landscape and allowing many new “techies” to join the fun.
Android Xml Editor
The process of making an Android app has been simplified with new ways to make xml editors. The process of making the game now comes down to making the editor for the game first using Eclipse or other software used to generate xml editors. Once an Android xml editor has been made creating the application becomes practical.
What an editor does is allow techies to design games (and other applications) much like using other GUI’s. The interface on Excel and other Microsoft Office programs are what a good editor looks likes. Programming then become a very automatic process where the programming actually points and clicks while the editor generates the code.
Written By Richard Nelson
Adapted from Original on examiner.com: Android XML Editor
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