If you don't have Android Studio or Intellij already, download and install it.
- Clone the repo, i.e.
git clone email@example.com:ZeusWPI/hydra-android.git
- Choose 'Import Project (gradle etc.)'
- Choose the folder you just cloned
- Have fun :)
Alternatively, you can checkout the repo directly from within Android Studio or Intellij.
If you want to use the Google Maps integration, you will need the API keys. You can contact us for more information and to obtain the keys. This is not required to compile and build the app.
After you've obtained the keys, you will need to copy the file
app/secrets.properties and insert the correct keys.
Hydra comes in two build variants:
store variant is the main variant, and used for the Play Store and is the recommended version for most people. The
open variant only uses open-source software (e.g. OpenStreetMaps instead of Google Maps). Since the open variant contains no crash reporting functionality, crashes from that version not accompanied by a stack trace will not be considered.
- How to Write a Git Commit Message
- Android Developer Guides
- Android API Reference
- Gradle User Manual (probably not needed for normal work on the app)
- Hydra on Mattermost
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