Allright, so I know it's been awhile since I posted any content here. I've been really busy trying to create my apps to which I have made a bit of headway on. Android development is easy but debugging is worse.
Over the past week, I've learned a few things.
1.) How to load your app onto an android device. (specifically google nexus)
2.) How to debug an application.
To do the first, you must first update everything. I found the following link to be very helpful.
This actually takes longer than you would hope. It's very useful though as it provides proper QA.
The second is to doublecheck your android sdk path with that of what is in your "Environment variables" and your eclipse IDE.
I can very much tell you that the above will take awhile because of the updates and then tracing your path.
I'm going to leave this post with a few things.
1.)Allocate more time than normal to debug your application. The code will always work but when you're application shuts down unexpectedly on startup, you'll be fighting time to get that app started.
2.) Plan your APP.
Develop an organizational structure of each screen and each function.
Map it out.
Write down the listeners that are associated with each class as this will help you identify other things you can incorporate into your app.
As a newbie to android developer, mapping really helps a lot.