Android Getting Started edit

Getting started with Android

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VersionAPI LevelVersion CodeRelease Date
11BASE@Sep 23, 2008
1.12BASE_1_1@Feb 09, 2009
1.53CUPCAKE@Apr 27, 2009
1.64DONUT@Sep 15, 2009
25ECLAIR@Oct 26, 2009
26ECLAIR_0_1@Dec 03, 2009
2.17ECLAIR_MR1@Jan 12, 2010
2.28FROYO@May 20, 2010
2.39GINGERBREAD@Dec 06, 2010
2.310GINGERBREAD_MR1@Feb 09, 2011
311HONEYCOMB@Feb 22, 2011
3.112HONEYCOMB_MR1@May 10, 2011
3.213HONEYCOMB_MR2@Jul 15, 2011
414ICE_CREAM_SANDWICH@Oct 18, 2011
415ICE_CREAM_SANDWICH_MR1@Dec 16, 2011
4.116JELLY_BEAN@Jul 09, 2012
4.217JELLY_BEAN_MR1@Nov 13, 2012
4.318JELLY_BEAN_MR2@Jul 24, 2013
4.419KITKAT@Oct 31, 2013
4.420KITKAT_WATCH@Jun 25, 2014
521LOLLIPOP@Nov 12, 2014
5.122LOLLIPOP_MR1@Mar 09, 2015
623M (Marshmallow)@Oct 05, 2015
724N (Nougat)@Aug 22, 2016
7.125N_MR1 (Nougat MR1)@Oct 04, 2016
826O (Developer Preview 4)@Jul 24, 2017

Remarks

If you want to learn more about the Android Gradle Plugin setting check out the android-gradle Documentation.

If you are interested in alternative emulators, you could look at Genymotion. It provides a free plan and requires smaller amount of RAM.

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Table Of Contents
1 Getting Started
39 ACRA
64 Menu
112 Loader
119 Xposed
132 Colors
135 Fresco
140 AdMob
147 Button
156 Vk SDK
170 XMPP
176 OpenCV
200 FileIO
203 Moshi
217 Paint
231 AIDL
241 JCodec
243 Okio
255 Looper
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