Opened Android Studio, you see should a screen that looks like..
The Android Studio welcome screen contains an option for you to open existing projects that you might have already created in Android It also presents options for opening a project from VCS, and importing projects from other IDEs, such as Eclipse.
- Click the Start a New Android Studio Project option from the Android Studio welcome screen. You should now see the Create New Project screen , which enables you to configure some of the basic options
- The next screen allows you to select the form factor on which your application will run . For the purposes of this book, you exclusively use Phone and Tablet. The version of Android is Android N (or Nougat, depending on the version of the SDK you downloaded. As of the writing of this book, the name was officially announced as Nougat, but the SDK was still labeled N).
- The other options on this screen allow you to create applications that run on Android Wear, Android Auto, and the elusive Google Glass. If you are feeling adventurous after reading this book, feel free to try some of these other application form factor options. For now, make sure to select Phone and Tablet and Android N and click Next to continue.The next screen is the Add an Activity to Mobile screen, as shown in This screen is a helper that adds commonly used features to your project at the time the project is created.
The next screen is the Add an Activity to Mobile screen.This screen is a helper that adds commonly used features to your project at the time the project is created