How to use (open) Eclipse existing android app project into studio.
Eclipse is same IDE as android studio but it is much older then Android studio. Eclipse is basically used by java developers to build mobile apps so on now after connecting it with android studio Eclipse builds android applications. Since these past years Google android developers launched Android studio to better customization, attachments, integration on android apps. Now its new feature comes out to all the old developer to move on from Eclipse to Android studio via importing all existing eclipse project into android studio through import project feature. This feature grant assistance to all android developers to join new developing technology with Google android developers. So here is the complete step by step tutorial for How to import Eclipse Adt Android project in Android Studio.
How to import Eclipse Adt Android project in Android Studio.
1.Run android studio.
2. Click on Import project( Eclipse ADT, Gradle, etc ).
3. Now select your older already present eclipse android project folder.
4. Now it will show you a message ” Import a project creates a full copy of the project and dose not alter the original eclipse project “, Import destination directory.
5. After that check on ” Replace jars with dependencies when possible“, ” Replace library source with dependencies, when possible “, ” Create Gradle-style ( camelCase ) module names “.
There is also another method available for import directly through file menu.