Directory for drawable objects (such as images) for high-density (hdpi) screens. Other drawable directories contain images/assets for other screen densities.
Directory for files for screen layouts of an application.
Directory for other various files that contain a collection of resources/values, such as string and color definitions.
This file describes the fundamental characteristics of the application and defines each component of an Application. You will learn more this file as you read more posts.
Now we can build and run(Right click on Project in Eclipse and select “Run As > Android Application”) our application, it says “Hello World.” nothing exciting, but it is important that we understand how to create an Android application.
To run our application we need to first create an Android Virtual Device (AVD). An AVD is a device configuration for the Android emulator to run and test android powered applications on a Desktop.
In Eclipse click on Window > Android Virtual Device Manager.
Fig: 2. The AVD Manager.
To create an AVD(Android Virtual Device):
In the Android Virtual Device Manager window, click New.
Fill in the details for the AVD. Give it a name, a platform target, an SD card size, and a skin (HVGA is default).
Click Create AVD.
Select the new AVD from the Android Virtual Device Manager window and click Start.
After it starts up we can able to run our application on it.