Developing In Other IDEs

The recommended way to develop an Android application is to use Eclipse with the ADT plugin. The ADT plugin provides editing, building, debugging, and .apk packaging and signing functionality integrated right into the IDE.

However, if you'd rather develop your application in another IDE, such as IntelliJ, or in a basic editor, such as Emacs, you can do that instead. The SDK includes all the tools you need to set up an Android project, build it, debug it and then package it for distribution. This document is your guide to using these tools.

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