New Android SDK (v0.9_r1) released + Screenshots of new UI

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Postby tum0rc0re » Tue Aug 19, 2008 3:52 pm

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tum0rc0re wrote:So, now all can develop really cool programs using WYSIWYG-editor :)


I'd love to test it, but my Laptop crashed :(


it's pity :(
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Postby res » Tue Aug 19, 2008 5:29 pm

Finally ;)
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Postby ninor » Tue Aug 19, 2008 11:37 pm

tum0rc0re wrote:So, now all can develop really cool programs using WYSIWYG-editor :)


Not yet... :(
It's only a preview of the layout.

But... if you want a WYSIWYG editor, there's this nice little thing: DroidDraw
(available online, and downloadable executables as well)

:D :D :D
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Postby Xav » Wed Aug 20, 2008 1:50 am

ninor wrote:
tum0rc0re wrote:So, now all can develop really cool programs using WYSIWYG-editor :)


Not yet... :(
It's only a preview of the layout.


Well it's a preview of the editor.

Go into Eclipse, in the menu Window > Show View > Other
Then choose Outline and Properties.

The Outline view will allow you to add/remove/move views/layouts, while the Properties view allows you to edit any attribute of the views/layouts.

Sure, it's not as good as full drag and drop support but it's a first step, and we figured you'd like to have it :)
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Postby tum0rc0re » Wed Aug 20, 2008 3:29 am

ninor wrote:But... if you want a WYSIWYG editor, there's this nice little thing: DroidDraw
(available online, and downloadable executables as well)


I know this tool, it doesn't like me :( Unfortunately, it isn't comfortable for me.

Xav wrote:Go into Eclipse, in the menu Window > Show View > Other
Then choose Outline and Properties.

The Outline view will allow you to add/remove/move views/layouts, while the Properties view allows you to edit any attribute of the views/layouts.


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Postby ninor » Wed Aug 20, 2008 9:27 am

Xav wrote:
ninor wrote:
tum0rc0re wrote:So, now all can develop really cool programs using WYSIWYG-editor :)


Not yet... :(
It's only a preview of the layout.


Well it's a preview of the editor.

Go into Eclipse, in the menu Window > Show View > Other
Then choose Outline and Properties.

The Outline view will allow you to add/remove/move views/layouts, while the Properties view allows you to edit any attribute of the views/layouts.

Sure, it's not as good as full drag and drop support but it's a first step, and we figured you'd like to have it :)


Oh, great! I tried but I couldn't figure that out.
I'm going to compose something right now!

Thanks Xav :D
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Postby jailani » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:36 am

Good. Let us use the new SDK.

Thanks

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