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28 http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-qNyWIFtfFQo/UhQJnBJR3WI/AAAAAAAAAmQ/Mo3QLzk4ypQ/s1600/logo.JPG On Google I/O 2013, Google has launched new IDE based on IntelliJ IDEA, called Android Studio. I'm really interested in Android Studio, given that I usually...
17 http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-qNyWIFtfFQo/UhQJnBJR3WI/AAAAAAAAAmQ/Mo3QLzk4ypQ/s1600/logo.JPG One thing that's actually annoying for some developers that trying to migrate to Android Studio, is when they want to referring an external libraries (for ...
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1 The difference is that appcompat-v7 will cover many more support libraries (for example: ActionBar compat). But your minimum version of App will be 7. So I recommend you to use appcompat-v7 than support-v4. Because there're not so many users that ...
1 That's why if I'm using windows 7 (or above), I will not install some development-related programs to C partition. But another, it will be much more flexible to edit and something like that. By the way, you do a good job to solve your problems by ...