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BOOK: Beginning Android Application Development
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Default Chapter 1 - using netbeans

I am reading chapter one.
I searched the internet for a plugin for netbeans so that I can write Android Apps using netbeans cuz I don't like eclipse.

every time I compile, the emulator comes locked, I slide the lock to open it, I see the emulator running .. but without my app, which is till now only a string "Hello world".

any suggestions?

note: using netbeans 7.0.1, Android 4.0
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As far as I can see you just have to use Eclipse. I was very resistant, having used Netbeans for years, but I didn't see I had a choice. I didn't find it hard to adapt. This, and any other book I have seen, is written with Eclipse in mind.
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Thank you very much,
it seems that I have to adapt myself then :)
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