Developers have several choices when it comes to integrated development environments (IDEs). Many developers choose the popular and freely available Eclipse IDE to design and develop Android applications. Eclipse is the most popular IDE for Android development, and there is an Android plug-in available for facilitating Android development. Android applications can be developed on the following operating systems:
■ Windows XP (32-bit) or Vista (32-bit or 64-bit)
■ Linux (tested on Linux Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, Hardy Heron)
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