Tersus Studio can generate native Android applications, integrating with the Android SDK to build an APK, test it using the SDK's virtual device, or install it on your own device.
You will need to install the Android SDK on your development machine, by following these instructions - make a note of the SDK_HOME folder which you will need to provide later.
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Creation of a native Android application can be divided into 2 main parts:
<div style="height:480px;background-image:url(images/splash.png);background-position:0px -20px;"></div>
Assuming you place the splash image file (called splash.png in this example) in the project's web/images subfolder.
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