Android IDE and SDK: A Compiled List

Android Studio is the official IDE provided by Google. It is the most used IDE to develop native app. Android Studio is based on IntelliJ and requires developer to write app in Java language.

But Android Studio is not the only available option and app can be written in different languages such as Javascript, C# and HTML. There are many alternatives which are worth using because they offer many good features such as cross-platform and familiar programming languages.
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How to Surround Selected Codes with Quote or Brace in Android Studio

By default, when you highlight a word or a phrase then press quote, the highlighted words are replaced by quotes. That’s how Android Studio works. There are 2 solutions to insert quotes or braces. Continue reading “How to Surround Selected Codes with Quote or Brace in Android Studio”

How to Add OpenCV to Android Studio the Easy Way

OpenCV is the most common used solution when it comes to detecting faces, identify objects, classifying human actions in videos, tracking camera and objects movements, extracting 3D models of objects, creating panorama and 360-degree photos, finding similar images, removing red eyes, following eye movements, and many more. Recent OpenCV has supported Android, which makes the process of developing camera and video apps easier. There are many tutorials about importing OpenCV to Android Studio. I will introduce the 2 easiest ways to complete this task.  Continue reading “How to Add OpenCV to Android Studio the Easy Way”