We have now covered the basics of the Android manifest file, but there are many other settings configurable within the Android manifest file using different tag blocks, not to mention attributes within each tag we already discussed.
Some other features you can configure within the Android manifest file include
■ Setting application-wide themes as <application> tag attributes
■ Configuring instrumentation using the <instrumentation> tag
■ Aliasing activities using the <activity-alias> tag
■ Creating intent filters using the <intent-filter> tag
■ Creating broadcast receivers using the <receiver> tag
For more detailed descriptions of each tag and attribute available in the Android SDK (and there are many), please review the Android SDK reference.
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