I would hope your university has an online search engine where you might be able to pull up some scholarly articles. If not, that's unfortunate.
Wikipedia has a good list of academic databases:
Secondly, if you want to upload the APK, then you need to first create an account on Google Play, and then you can upload the APKs. Remember they do no test the APK; unless there is a potential threat. You have to make sure that your application is good enough to be uploaded to the users over the Google play network.
You can read from millions of thousands of articles from third-party or indie developers about Android programming. Which one is best, that is your own choice. Google it.
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To date, I've only used Eclipse for Android development. I'm trying to get my feet wet with Android Studio but I find it hard to navigate, counterintuitive, and it creates a ridiculously deep folder structure for projects. Given that it is the go-forward IDE for Android development, I know I must suffer through it. Maybe in time...
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Please androidstudio expert chat with me
I have dig problem with my android studio
I am use as offlline
It's compiled and run app one or two times
But after that it's stop process and build successful
But not update emulators app which is already installed
I need to restart the emulator for run and check my app
Again please help me
I've posed a question in the quick answers, but wanted to see if anyone else has been having issues with Android Studio builds when multiple library projects are created.
The IDE seems to find dependencies just fine (and the project builds fine when using Eclipse), but the Gradle build fails as it doesn't seem to be able to locate the R file generated from a dependant library module.
i wanna make an android app for ppl who can't hear . can anybody make a tuto on how to record a speech then turn it to a text that we can read ?
Plz help anyone who hv an idea or can help with a tutorial with code plz comment me or send me message.