These 6 videos will show you everything from getting eclipse, and a free program called jetboy. The last two show how to debug and publish to the Android market.
How best to learn this series:
Get 2 computers side by side. Run these videos on one and repeat everything on the other.
Note: If you like this series, please consider purchasing "Steampunk Speed Limit", "Back Seat Driver", or any of my free apps on the Android Market. All money is donated to http://www.wikiSPEEDia.org
About this lecture.
You want to send your buddy an App for XMAS? Want to create the next money making game? Well this is the only place on the Internet with videos showing you how to do it. What took me 3 months to figure out you will have working by tonight.
Have fun. Ask questions. Nothing is too stupid.
1. Get an account here:
These people can answer your questions.
2. Do every single step on these videos. If you get stuck, email me.
3. Go here and follow the directions. These videos will do the same...
this is bad
Videos spend too much time dealing with Eclipse usability. I find Android Studio does not get in the way.. Recommend "Learn Android Programming From Scratch - Beta"
First of all the course is called 'Write and Publish an app for your Android Smartphone' - he did neither. He copied a sample application and basically said go to android.com and you can publish it. He spent the majority of the 4 lectures showing how to install and set-up eclipse. If someone (as I was) was just looking to find out how to publish an app it wastes a lot of your time.
A bit of explanation would be better
This course doesn't teach you how to make an android app. It only teaches you how to setup the environment for android development and how to publish it. However, this course's materials are a little outdated, considering that Google converted Android Market to Google Play. But still a worth while enrollment to learn how Android app development can start and finish.