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The Android platform provides easy and tight integration between Android applications and Google Maps . The well established Google Maps API is used under the hood in order to bring the power of Google Maps to your Android applications.
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Android Location API - Tutorial Copyright © 2010 , 2011, 2012 Lars Vogel Android Location API This tutorial describes the usage of the Android Location API. It is based on Eclipse 3.7, Java 1.6 and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The following assumes that you have already basic knowledge in Android development.
PDT Developer Builds To install PDT developer builds, open "Help -> Install New Software" in Eclipse and enter following URL: http://download.eclipse.org/tools/pdt/updates/nightly (if you use Eclipse Juno) or http://download.eclipse.org/tools/pdt/updates/3.2-nightly (if you use Eclipse Kepler dev. builds)
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Note : Version 1 of the Google Maps Android API as been officially deprecated as of December 3rd, 2012. This means that from March 18th, 2013 you will no longer be able to request an API key for this version. No new features will be added to Google Maps Android API v1. However, apps using v1 will continue to work on devices. Existing and new developers are encouraged to use Google Maps Android API v2 .
Executables will have an .apk extension (apk – android package)
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Introduction This tutorial is a starting point for developing Android apps. It will explain the very basics of the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) and how to use it with Eclipse.
Copyright © 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Lars Vogel Eclipse Java IDE This tutorial describes the usage of Eclipse as a Java IDE. It describes the installation of Eclipse, the creation of Java programs and tips for using Eclipse.
Eclipse and the ADT plugin provide GUIs and wizards to create all three types of projects (Android project, Library project, and Test project): An Android project contains all of the files and resources that are needed to build a project into an .apk file for installation. You need to create an Android project for any application that you want to eventually install on a device. You can also designate an Android project as a library project, which allows it to be shared with other projects that depend on it.
Today at Google I/O we announced that Android 2.2 is right around the corner.