tutorial offline installs sites and good open es,
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Posted 10 January 2012 - 09:21 AM
Linux offline install preferred (or if windows where linux download is impossible to get hold of)
Eclipse C++ IDE
ADT plugin for eclipse
Examples of a 3d development written with only C++ and
OpenGL ES tutorials (not Jayway team blog – gets stuck when I try to scroll up/down)
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Posted 12 January 2012 - 05:10 PM
- If you can't figure out to install a Linux distro, then I won't be able to offer much help. Maybe look at Mint or Ubuntu?
- The current JDK is only online, as far as I know.
- For Eclipse, all you need to do is download the zip file and unzip into a working directory if on Windows. If you use either of the above distros, you can access them through your respository, or by download like the Windows version.
- Eclipse is Eclipse, and can be used with multiple languages with the proper configuration.
- You can get the Android SDK and ADT in zip files from the official site and place the files in a working directory, and place the ADT plug-in into the plug-in folder for Eclipse.
- Above goes the same for the Android NDK, although I personally recommend you use Java unless you actually need C++ (such as porting significant code directly from earlier C++ projects)
I looked up the Jayway blog you mentioned (here), and it uses Java with OpenGL ES as well. So I don't understand why you'd want to work using only C++, since it is a lot more difficult, and would still require you to write chunks in Java anyways.