Previously in this series we’ve looked at various aspects of the Android Gradle build system and how we can adapt things in various ways. But what about if we want to convert our existing projects to use the Gradle build system? In this article we’ll do precisely that.
Previously in this series we’ve looked at various aspects of the Gradle build system for Android and we’ll continue by looking at some simple techniques for simplifying our build configuration.
Previously in this series we’ve looked at getting a simple Gradle build working and also seen how we can tinker with the source trees to do some quite powerful stuff. In this article we’ll look at adding a second module, or sub-project to our existing project and see how much easier is is to manage…
Previously in this series we’ve created a basic Gradle build-based project, and looked at the build configuration. In this article we’ll have a look at the default structure for storing source and resource files, and look at how we can change this structure.
In the previous article we created a new project with a Gradle build and looked at couple of tricks for getting the build to run faster. In this article we’ll have a look at the build configuration and understand a little more of what’s going on.
At Google I/O 2013 Google announced some new developer tools including the new Android Studio IDE, and a new build system based around Gradle. In this series we’ll have a look at the Gradle build system, and look at how to convert existing projects to use the new build system.