Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Tips to import sample Android projects to Eclipse

I am a newbie to Eclipse and Android applications development. I installed the Eclipse yesterday and tried to take a look at the Android sample to start with. I had problems to import sample project into Eclipse. Google is always the one I first tried. I found this article: How to import sample Android projects to Eclipse. It is helpful to me. I think it will also be helpful to others.
Here is the tips: Simply create project from existing source (then use "Browse" to select sample shipped with SDK).

12 comments:

Manjunath said...
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Manjunath said...

Hi i am also newbie to android development but could not find any good sample projects that cover basic API's, please point me to some good resource if you have any idea my email id is feedback@nospam.ceveni.nospam.com

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Vivek Satasia said...

ya i also want to know how to import sample applications give n on android official site....

Peter said...

For the r06 Android ADT plug-in to Eclipse, simply go:

File > New Android Project.
Then in the following dialog, click on Create Project from existing sample.

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Hai Le said...

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