Android Studio and git

Android Studio and git

You can clone a git repository to Android Studio. Click the third option Check out project from Version Control and then select Git Now specify the repository, choose the directory you want to clone repository and click Clone. You can click Test if you want to test the connection to the repository If it a private repository you need to specify the username and the password. Click Log In Enable Version Control click VCS > Enable Version Control Integration. Now Select Git and click OK If Version Control tab is…

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Visual Studio Code – Few tips, HTML preview & live preview

Visual Studio Code – Few tips, HTML preview & live preview

Tips: When you create a new file in Visual Studio code, you should save the file. When you do that, VS Code will enable code suggestion, autocomplete the code and more. If you move the mouse over an HTML tag, a pop-up window will appear with information about this tag. beautifying the code with Ctrl + Shift + I for Linux and for Windows Shift + Alt + F Preview HTML Go to View > Extensions Type open-in-browser. Click Install Now by clicking Ctrl + Alt + O you can…

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Android Studio – ERROR: No toolchains found in the NDK toolchains folder for ABI with prefix: mipsel-linux-android

Android Studio – ERROR: No toolchains found in the NDK toolchains folder for ABI with prefix: mipsel-linux-android

If you have the error “ERROR: No toolchains found in the NDK toolchains folder for ABI with prefix: mipsel-linux-android” then here is away to fix it. Go to File > Project Structure and click at the left panel Project Replace the settings you have with those at the picture below Click OK. This solution fix this error for me. Good Luck !!! THE END!!! Android Studio – TODO and FIXME comments Android Studio – Logcat Android Studio – Create and run a Virtual Device Android Studio – ERROR: No toolchains…

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Android Studio – TODO and FIXME comments

Android Studio – TODO and FIXME comments

Android Studio gives you the opportunity to mark parks of your code for future reference, possible mistakes, to do list. You can use them like this: //FIXME fix this error//TODO update this You can see the TODO and FIXME list by clicking at the bottom toolbar, TODO Now you can see the list If you click to the list item, the appropriate file will open and scroll to the TODO/FIXME comment. THE END!!! Android Studio – Logcat Android Studio – Create and run a Virtual Device Android Studio – Create…

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Android Studio – Logcat

Android Studio – Logcat

You can log the process of an Android app with logging. Logging is the process of creating a log file. A log file is a record of events that happen on the system such as warnings, notification, errors and other custom messages. When you run an Android app from the Android Studio, you can see all log messages/events with Logcat. You can find it at the toolbar at the bottom of the screen. You can choose the device, the application and the type of the events that you want to…

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