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Greenhorn
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Is it possible to develop android application in netbeans? I want to develop android app in netbeans platform rather than installing android studio.
 
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I haven't tried this, but you may take a look on the following link

https://borwell.com/2015/09/07/simple-android-app-in-netbeans/
 
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I suspect that yes, this it is totally possible to develop an Android app using NetBeans or any other editor.
However in doing so you do need to know how to run all the commands that Android Studio and/or MS Visual Studio run to create the app.
There are many things which these IDEs do/have such as:
  • Downloading dependencies
  • Creating the APK file(s)
  • Debugging interactively
  • Integration with the Android Virtual Device (AVD) for testing in the emulator
  • Publishing of the APK to your physical Android device

  • A few months ago a community member and I tried to get their Android app which they created using Eclipse working and we ran into one challenge after another starting with acquiring the correct dependencies/support libraries.
     
    It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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