Howdy Kids...S/W to create apps?

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    I am looking for some software to create applications for the Droid phones.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    Welcome to the forums.. i have no idea how to devolp apps but just wanted to welcome you..
     
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    Thanks Justin!
     
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    I would suggest Eclipse. Learn it, love it...
     
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    Thanks to all of you for your info...much appreciated...!
     
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    There are several flavors of Eclipse. I read one article saying the Reports (Galileo) version is the one to get. Yet, I see one for mobile programming... Hence my confusion and am not sure if this will help you, Sagebrush:icon_eek:
     
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    I use:

    Eclipse SDK

    Version: 3.5.2

    but that motodev looks interesting...
     
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    Welcome aboard Sagebrush! I relocated this thread to the android app developer section where you might get more feedback. Good luck!
     
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    Used the MOTODEV for 5 minutes and I recommend it. Much easier to setup than the eclipse path.

    I'm going to use it for my next project to fully test it out. dancedroid
     
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    MOTODEV = Eclipse with some Motorola extras
     
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    Motodev, hands down comes across as a bit easier to grasp than Eclipse. Just my opinion, obviously.