The Eclipse ADT plugin required by these instructions is no longer supported per our June 2015 announcement. Android Studio is now the official IDE for Android, so you should migrate your projects to Android Studio as soon as possible. For similar integrations with Cloud Endpoints and App Engine, you can instead use Cloud Tools for Android Studio.
If you have an existing Android app, or if you don't want to to use the App Engine Android Connected Project wizard, you can create an Android project using the ADT Android Application wizard, with support for a App Engine backend.
The following instructions take your through the process of creating a new Android app that inserts “Notes” into an App Engine backend using Endpoints. (If you are using an existing Android app, the process is very similar, but we don't describe it here.)
- Create an Android project using the ADT’s Android Application Wizard, and
supply the project name (CloudNotes, if you wish to follow the example used
in this documentation.) Then click Next to accept the wizard's
- Select your Android project, and choose the Generate App Engine Backend
option from the Google context menu:
- This will open up the Create App Engine Backend for Android dialog:
You are ready to proceed to the next step, creating and annotating entity classes.