Part 1: Setting up the Environment
So you want to give Android app development a try? The first step, and one that can seem more complicated than it needs to be, is getting your development environment ready to go.
To set up your development environment, follow these steps:
On the evening of May 20, some of us were lucky enough to see at least a partial solar eclipse, even if the sun set before the eclipse reached its maximum. The skies had mostly cleared after the afternoon’s thunderstorm had cleaned the air of dust, leaving only a thin and wispy cirrus cloud layer, which yielded a brighter than usual sunset. The trick here was to try to capture both the eclipse as well as the sky and foreground, but such feats are yet beyond me! Below is what I was able to do with the scene and lighting I had available to me.
After getting tired of not having USB/audio input, I decided to replace the stock radio in my Honda Civic. I bought the Alpine CDE-121, and instead of replacing the entire console, I got the Metra 99-7897 which only replaces the the trim around the radio itself.
- Here’s the stock setup for my 2002 Honda Civic Ex: