You want to write games, I want to write games, we all want to write games. It doesn’t matter if you want to use Cocos2d/3d, Sprite Kit, Unity or some other gaming library, you will need the NDK all set and ready.
Whether it be for scripting or because you have a GUI bias. This is an exercise worth going through. We are going to build a Lollipop AVD to emulate my HTC One (m8.) Let’s get started.
It’s time to do some Android App development and Eclipse drives me up the wall. So I am going to document how to do this my way. The CLI way. I plan on using Lollipop, so SDK API 21 will be our target build and our IDE, vim. That’s my go to bad-boy editor. When we are done we should be about to build a default android app, on a remote POSIX server, like any real BOSS.
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