- I had OpenJDK pre-installed so I continued using it.
- Installed Android Studio using these set of commands:
$sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make
$sudo apt-get update
$sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make
//Note: ubuntu-make is the new name for ubuntu-developer-tools-center
- Installed Android Debug Bridge (adb)
$sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb
- Installed Sqlite3
$sudo apt-get install sqlite3
Then I launched the installed Android Studio and followed the steps for installing the SDK and accompanying software... This took a while.
We're going to build the "Sunshine" app in this course and I'll be only talking the highlights (which are meant to remove obstructions/induce motivation and to be taken along with the class videos, links to which I've provided in my previous post).
Sunshine is basically: https://github.com/udacity/Sunshine
and the branches are named and made chapter-wise.
UPDATE: All of the course code for Sunshine can be found here, on the Udacity GitHub page. This is the second version of the Sunshine codebase for the course and . A change log can be found here.