1 Android Mobile App Building Tutorial Seidenberg-CSIS, Pace University This mobile app building tutorial is for high school and college students to participate in Mobile App Development Contest Workshop. This tutorial includes: Introduction of mobile app building and development; Introduction of Android and Java; Installing Android; Basic Concepts of Android. A. Background 1. Mobile App and Computer Applications Mobile apps run on mobile phones or smartphones, while computer applications run on computers such as desktop or laptop. The biggest difference between them is the resource. Smartphones have limited resource compared with computers. For example, mobile devices take more much time than desktops do the same calculating operation. As a result, a mobile app always only has one or several specific functions. Designing a mobile app with unique function is the goal every mobile developer seeks to achieve. What kind of function your mobile app offers is the first and most important issue you should figure out. Another difference between mobile app and computer application is the Interface. The interface means interaction between electronic devices and users, normally we call it user interface (UI). The aim of UI design for mobile app can be separated into two parts, which are convenience and beauty. The UI of mobile app is extremely important. Because the mobile device itself is hand-held, most of the user interface come from touching. Current smartphones only have a big touch screen with few buttons. Using these limited resources to achieve different kinds of requirements for users is a challenge problem of designing a mobile app. The other aim of UI design for mobile apps is beauty. How does one define beauty? It is a matter of preference. For example, text is legible at every size, icons are precise and lucid, and adornments are subtle and appropriate. Designing a mobile app with great UI is also an important issue for developers. 2. Programming Language --- Android and Java
2 Programming language can be considered as the language which computers use, such as the language which human beings use. Why do we need language? To express our minds! Similarly, programming language is also used to express our minds, but the object used is the computer. Programming language needs grammar to make computers understand what we want to do, just like our natural language. Furthermore, computers are not smart as human beings and may misunderstand sentences. Java is one kind of programming language; it may be the most widely used one. Android is based on Java, like poetry is the creation of natural language. Developing Android apps have to use Java, but thankfully we don t have to learn every aspect of Java. We only need to concentrate on the Android part of Java. Android has already provided many functions, namely application programming interface (API), to make it convenient for developing Android app. Furthermore, thanks to the Internet, we always can find a solution using Google and Android developer documents ( ). Android provides a rich application framework that allows you to build innovative apps for Android devices in Java language. We will introduce some basic knowledge of Android API after installing Android into your computer.
3 B. Installing Android 1. Installing Java The Android software development kit (SDK) can work on any operating system, such as Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Before starting our installing Android and coding programs, we need to install Java. All the Android development tools require Java, and programs will be using the Java language. From the latest version of Android Developer website, we suggest that Java 7 or 8 is the best choice. We recommend getting the Java runtime environment (JRE) 8 from For Windows users, there are two kinds of versions offered, which are 32-bit and 64-bit. You can choose the 32-bit download to use with a 32-bit browser, and choose the 64-bit download to use with a 64-bit browser. For ios / Mac OS users, there is only one choice, which needs Mac OS X version and above. For Linux users, there are four choices, and you can download one of them based on the kind of your operating system. It is not enough to just have a JRE, and you need the full development kit. We recommend downloading a Java Development Kit (JDK) 8 from html. To verify you have the right version, go to your shell window or terminal and type in java version. As shown in Figure 1, the result should be something similar. Figure 1. To Verify the Version of Java 2. Installing Integrate Development Environment A Java development environment is recommended to make Android programming more easily. There are many optional Integrate Development Environments (IDE).We only introduce the two most widely used ones, which are Android Studio, provided by Google, and Eclipse, provided by The Eclipse Foundation. Android Studio is the official IDE for Android application development. You can download it from After downloading and
4 installing Android Studio, you can see a similar screen, as shown in Figure 2, when you open it. Figure 2. The Blank Interface of Android Studio 3. Installing Android SDK The Android SDK includes a comprehensive set of development tools. These tools include a debugger, libraries, a handset emulator, documentation, sample code, and tutorials. Using the IDE installed in our computer, we can download and install Android SDK conveniently. In Android Studio, on the top of the screen, select the Tools menu, then Android, and then SDK Manager (Tools -> Android -> SDK Manager), as shown in Figure 3. Then we can see the interface of Android SDK Manager, similar to Figure 4.
5 Figure 3. The Android SDK Manager in Android Studio Figure 4. The Details of Android SDK Manager in Android Studio
6 We need to install Android SDK Tools, Android SDK Platform-tools, at least one Android SDK Build-tools, and at least one Android API, as shown in Figure 5. The application programming interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software application. The Android (API 21) is the newest version of Android SDK. We suggest installing Documentation for Android SDK, SDK Platform, ARM EABI v7a System Image and Google APIs. The documentation for Android SDK can help us to solve programming problems. The ARM EABI v7a system image is a virtual mobile operating system image running on virtual device. 4. Creating An Android Application After installing the Android SDK, we can create our first Android Application On the top left corner of the Android Studio, select File, and then New Project (File -> New Project). You will see the Create New Project dialog. In the first step of creating a new Android application, you can type in the application name, such as My Application, as shown in Figure 5. You can type in company domain, such as edu.pace.csis.example.com. Furthermore, you can choose a directory to store your Android project. Figure 5. The First Step of Creating an Android Application in Android Studio In the second step of creating a new Android application, you can choose which kind of device your application will run on. You can choose more than one device, such as Phone and Tablet, TV, and Wear. In this Android application, we only select Phone and Tablet, as shown in Figure 6.
7 Figure 6. The Second Step of Creating an Android Application in Android Studio In the third step of creating a new Android application, you can add an activity to your Android application. You have many choices, such as blank activity, blank activity with fragment, fullscreen activity, goolge maps activity, login activity, navigation drawer activity, setting activity, and tabbed activity, as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. The Third Step of Creating an Android Application in Android Studio.
8 In the last step of creating a new Android application, you can change the name of the activity added in third step, as shown in Figure 8. Then click finish, you will see the interface of Android Studio similar to Figure 9. Figure 8. The Last Step of Creating an Android Application in Android Studio. Figure 9. The Interface of Android Studio with a New Android Project.
9 5. Android Virtual Device After creating the first Android application, we need to create an Android virtual device to run it. First, on the top of the interface, select Tools, then Android, and then AVD Manager (Tools -> Android -> AVD Manager). The AVD Manager is similar to Figure 10. Figure 10. The Android Virtual Device Manager in Android Studio. Click Create a virtual device, the interface will be similar to Figure 11. Choose Phone in the category list, and Nexus S as the device. Then click Next. Figure 11. The First Step of Creating an Android Virtual Device in Android Studio. In the second step of creating an AVD in Android Studio, you can choose the version of Android SDK which you want to use, as shown in Figure 12. Then click Next.
10 Figure 12. The Second Step of Creating an Android Virtual Device in Android Studio. In the last step of creating an AVD in Android Studio, you can change the name of the AVD you want to create, as shown in Figure 13. Then click Finish. Figure 13. The Last Step of Creating an Android Virtual Device in Android Studio.
11 The AVD is created as shown in Figure 14. Then click the green arrow on the right side to start this virtual device. After waiting a while, the virtual device is started, as shown in Figure 15. Figure 14. A new Virtual Device in AVD Manager in Android Studio Figure 15. The Android Virtual Device in Android Studio.
12 Then, run your Android application on this virtual device. Select the application we created before, and then click the green arrow to run it. At last, the Android application runs on the virtual device, as shown in Figure 16. Figure 16. The Android Application Running on the Android Virtual Device in Android Studio. C. Basic Concepts 1. App Components App components are the essential building blocks of an Android app. Each component is a different point through which the system can enter your app. Not all components are actual entry points for the user and some depend on each other, but each one exists as its own entity and plays a specific role each one is a unique building block that helps define your app's overall behavior. Here are the four types of app components: Activities An activity represents a single screen with a user interface. For example, an app might have one activity that shows a list of new s, another activity to compose an , and another activity for reading s. Although the activities work together to form a cohesive user experience in the app, each one is independent of the others. As such, a different app can start any one of these activities (if the app allows it). For example, a camera app can start the activity in the app that
13 composes new mail, in order for the user to share a picture. You can find more information about activities at: Services A service is a component that runs in the background to perform long-running operations or to perform work for remote processes. A service does not provide a user interface. For example, a service might play music in the background while the user is in a different app, or it might fetch data over the network without blocking user interaction with an activity. Another component, such as an activity, can start the service and let it run or bind to it in order to interact with it. You can find more information about content provider at: Content providers A content provider manages a shared set of app data. You can store the data in the file system, a SQLite database, on the web, or any other persistent storage location your app can access. Through the content provider, other apps can query or even modify the data (if the content provider allows it). For example, the Android system provides a content provider that manages the user's contact information. As such, any app with the proper permissions can query part of the content provider (such as ContactsContract.Data) to read and write information about a particular person. Content providers are also useful for reading and writing data that is private to your app and not shared. For example, the Note Pad sample app uses a content provider to save notes. You can find more information about content provider at: Intents An intent is a mechanism for describing a specific action, such as pick a photo, phone home, or open the pod bay doors. In Android, just about everything goes through intents, so you have plenty of opportunities to replace or reuse components. For example, there is an intent for send an . If your application needs to send mail, you can invoke that intent. Or if you re writing a new application, you can register an activity to handle that intent and replace the standard mail program. The next time somebody tries to send an , they ll get the option to use your program instead of the standard one. You can find more information about intents at: A unique aspect of the Android system design is that any app can start another app s component. For example, if you want the user to capture a photo with the device camera, there's probably another app that does that and your app can use it, instead of
14 developing an activity to capture a photo yourself. You don't need to incorporate or even link to the code from the camera app. Instead, you can simply start the activity in the camera app that captures a photo. When complete, the photo is even returned to your app so you can use it. To the user, it seems as if the camera is actually a part of your app. When the system starts a component, it starts the process for that app (if it's not already running) and instantiates the classes needed for the component. For example, if your app starts the activity in the camera app that captures a photo, that activity runs in the process that belongs to the camera app, not in your app's process. Therefore, unlike apps on most other systems, Android apps don't have a single entry point (there's no main() function, for example). Because the system runs each app in a separate process with file permissions that restrict access to other apps, your app cannot directly activate a component from another app. The Android system, however, can. So, to activate a component in another app, you must deliver a message to the system that specifies your intent to start a particular component. The system then activates the component for you. Intents can be used to activated activities and services, but content provider is activated when targeted by a request from a ContentResolver. There are separate methods for activating each type of component: You can start an activity (or give it something new to do) by passing an Intent to startactivity() or startactivityforresult() (when you want the activity to return a result). You can start a service (or give new instructions to an ongoing service) by passing an Intent to startservice(). Or you can bind to the service by passing an Intent to bindservice(). You can perform a query to a content provider by calling query() on a ContentResolver. 2. App Resources You should always externalize resources such as images and strings from your application code, so that you can maintain them independently. You should place each type of resource in a specific subdirectory of your project's res/ directory, as shown in Figure 17. drawable/ file contains bitmap files, such as png, jpg and gif. layout/ contains XML files that define a user interface layout. menu/ contains XML files that define application menus.
15 vaules/ contains XML files that contain simple values, such as strings, integers, and colors. Figure 17. The File Hierarchy for a Simple Project
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