Introduction to building Android apps.
Building apps had never been this easier. In the past few years, new software is coming with no-code app-building features. Where we can build the applications by GUI (dragging and dropping) the software generates the code by itself.
Few popular no-code app builders are:
- Google app sheet
- Appy Pie
- Build Fire
When it comes to the traditional way of building apps by coding the commonly used languages are:
Android studio is the widely used IDE for android app development
it supports all the languages required. We can build apps for every
device that runs on android like TV, WearOS, etc.
Features of the android studio:
- Multiple devices Emulator
- Connects to firebases
- Realtime view
- GUI and coding for XML
- Multiple language support
- Automated testing.
Downloading & Installing android studio:
Make sure you download the latest version and check your system requirements before downloading.
If you are planning to start a career as an app developer here’s where you can get started. This is a free course on basics in app development using kotlin by developer groups.
Link to course: https://developer.android.com/courses/android-basics-kotlin/course
This course covers everything you require to build an android application
Hope you find this blog helpful.