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Shivangi Panwar
05-05-2016, 04:55 AM
What items are important in every Android project?

05-05-2016, 04:58 AM
These are the essential items that are present each time an Android project is created:
– AndroidManifest.xml
– build.xml
– bin/
– src/
– res/
– assets/

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12-21-2016, 10:24 PM
1. AndroidManifest.xml
2. build.xml
3. bin/
4. src/
5. res/
6. assets/

02-17-2017, 01:41 AM
Hello, I have used Android many times and what folder I access much is AndroidManifest.xml, Java and assets.


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07-06-2017, 01:58 AM
androidManifest.xml : this is the most upfront part of the Android application and supports GUI(Graphical UserInterface). actually, xml is both human and machine-readable language so it is best intended for which platform it is being developed.

Build.xml: this item has the scope from developer to the user interface and plays an important role when developer compiles it and the builder automatically structures for Android application.

bin: where ex-files and important boot files for specified application are located.

Src: this is also called main part of Android project src stands for source files where basic java files, main methods, and metadata of application are stored.

res: where layouts of application, values of application and drawable icon launcher with different dpi reside.

assets: where different sources of media, external and inter-libraries etc. reside