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If You have used android studio You can import SDK in the Android Studio such as below. 1) Prepare a project to import ) Open Project Structure of the your project. you can open it by F4 or right click project and select Open Module Settings.) Click + button on left (Alt+Insert) select Import Existing Project and write our PlugPDF ) Choose Dependencies tap click + button on right and select Or you can import only library files (.so .jar files). 1) Copy our 7 .jar files in the PlugPDF) Move your project directory. (default is users you can see this path by right click project and select Show in Explorer.)) Create directory libs and paste 7 .jar files into ) Copy our 4 directories (armeabi armeabi-v7a mips x86) in the PlugPDF) Move your project directory and go to src) Create directory jniLibs and paste 4 directories into ) Add below lines your . dependencies pile fileTree(include *.jar dir libs)pile files(libs)pile files(libs)pile files(libs)pile files(libs)pile files(libs)pile files(libs)pile files(libs)n You can choose one method of the two.
I have recently added PDF Viewer in my android app. I am assuming that you are familiar with android studio. Here are some steps. 1 - Create a project 2 - app - manifests - - add user permission
You can use the Google way ( googlesamples s ) there are also native (NDK) library wrappers instead of the default classes (like PDFium). First check out the official Google sample repository and see if it suits your needs.
First of all learn programming basics. OOP inheritance variables loops conditions etc. Then I suggest to learn Kotlin since it is an official language for Android now. After that start creating apps simple at first then moreplicated. Then you can create app you want to that means upload and download PDF. Unfortunately your questions is to general because I don know where you want to download this PDF from. Is it from your server? FTP? Dropbox Drive?
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