The Android Wear API brings the Android platform to the newest generation of wearable devices and smartwatches. With Android Wear, you can create a user experience designed specifically for wearables.
But how do you debug your applications? While it is possible to debug most Wear features using the Android emulators, sometimes it is helpful to see the application on a real device.
In this short video tutorial from my recent Android Wear course, I’ll show you how to debug your applications on a physical Wear device.
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In the full course, Develop Apps for Android Wear, I'll teach you about the various UI components specifically designed for Android Wear. You will also learn how to extend your application to use the new Wear notification types.
I'll use practical examples to demonstrate how each of these new components can improve your wearable device applications, and I'll also show you how to create a basic digital watch face to help customize your users' experiences.
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