► Designing a typical Android application
► Using the application context
► Working with activities, intents, and dialogs
► Logging application information
Every platform technology uses different terminology to describe its application components. The three most important classes on the Android platform are Context, Activity, and Intent. While there are other, more advanced, components developers can implement, these three components form the building blocks for each and every Android application. In this hour, we focus on understanding how Android applications are put together. We also take a look at some handy utility classes that can help developers debug applications.
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