Seneca's Android Programming Klub, APK for short, was formed in the fall of 2011. It is a loosely knit group of Seneca staff, faculty and students interested in learning how to write programs for the Android platform. APK is also the file format for Android install packages.
Currently we meet every Wednesday at 5:10pm in room
We started a new project named "Andora". The purpose is to develop a live CD/USB based on Fedora Linux that contains all current Eclipse/Android tools needed to develop Android apps.
Step by step tutorials to help get you up and running. As well as video tutorials from sources like YouTube to assist even the most perplexed of individuals.
- YouTube user Android Pre-K
- YouTube user Marakana Tech TV
- YouTube user Google Developers
No longer will you need to search aimlessly for the important files.
- Installable ISOs of Android for x86 systems as well as live disc.
- Official Android SDK
- Eclipse Indigo
These apps are great for getting the job done, right from your android device.
- Android Development Basics
- PaderSyncSSH Trial Version
- Rom Manager (requires rooted device)
- Speed Test
Members of the Android Programmers Klub who help contribute to the APK wiki may add themselves to the Contributors list.
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