I am trying to add a dependency of Android Asynchronous Http Client into my project. So there are two build.gradle files are there in the project.
As per my understanding, there are different kind of dependencies:
One which defined on the root level of build.gradle(Project:My-app)
One inside the buildscript of the build.gradle(Project:My-app)
I was working with my project, but my notebook froze for a long time. So, I rebooted it and ran Android Studio, but the project doesn't work. All the activities and classes are ok, but Android Studio shows mt build.gradle error. And my build.gradle(app) file became empty! There is nothing in this file! I don't know, whats's the problem. Here's the
I started a project in Android Studio, with IntelliJ.
The project includes two files called build.gradle. One is under the folder app, and one is under the main folder which is my project name, say MyProject.
Why the need for two? What is the difference between the two build.gradles?
Solution Android Studio project consists of modules, libraries
I have a project in android studio that uses a project library.
My problem is the configuartion of the gradle files.
I really tried a lot of solution that were posted here (define modul in project lib in settings as modul, sherlock example, setting right sourcesets ...), but I always get the same error (as soon as I add the lib debendency to my
After i have successfully updated to Android Studio 3.1 Canary 9 i am getting warning message as
Warning:Configuration 'compile' is obsolete and has been replaced with 'implementation'.
It will be removed at the end of 2018
I know this warning will not cause any problem in my project at least for now. But i want to remove it totally so that ther
If anyone could help me understand some things regarding Android Studio, it would be most enlightening.
So, I have switched from Eclipse to Android Studio around a month ago and so far have only been working on my migrated Apps. As such, I have been tinkering around with only the AndroidManifest.xml file as was customary in Eclipse.
is anyone aware how to use gradle to run with a custom build.gradle AND settings.gradle - i.e both together?
I think that I can have a custom build.gradle file (-b flag) - but then this ignores the custom settings flag -c flag.
I think (although I can't immediatley point to thepart in the documentation) that if you specificy a custom bu
I have a Gradle project and I need all its dependencies to be transferred and used with another Maven project. In other words how can I generate (or can I generate) the pom.xml from the build.gradle?
Solution The most built in solution would likely be to use the archiveTask task in the Maven Plugin which will generate a pom in the poms folder in y
Source Tree is as follows:
core // root
.gitmodules // this has box-sdk as submodule
box-sdk // git submodule
BoxJavaLibraryV2 // Box related files
I also created settings.gradle
At this point I was able t
I want to add an external library GuillotineMenu-Android in my application. I followed the steps given in the most upvoted answer to an existing question How do I add a library project to the Android Studio?
But I am facing error when I try to build project after step 6 i.e. when added dependency in app/build.gradle as compile project(":guillotine