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How to Build an Android App for Fire TV

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Step 1: Create a Streaming Media App
The Android Leanback Support Library contains all the main components and widgets to create an efficient and attractive streaming media Android app. Android Studio provides an easy way to deploy a ... more »
Step 2: Understand the Anatomy of a Leanback-Enabled Android App for Amazon Fire TV
Let's understand why these four libraries — leanback, recyclerView, appCompat, and Glide — are important in a Leanback-enabled project. more »
Step 3: Browse the Content of a Leanback-Enabled Android App
Now, let's take a closer look into the first and most basic component of an Android app for Fire TV, the BrowseFragment. more »
Step 4: Edit the User Interface Through Presenters
Let's explore the Presenter class. The Presenter class allows us to define the look and feel of our Leanback-enabled app without editing the underlying data structure. more »
Step 5: Provide the Details of the App Content Through the DetailsFragment
Learn how to provide information about a specific piece of content. To do this, we'll use one of the main components of a Leanback-enabled project: the DetailsFragment. more »
Step 6: Play Video Content with the PlaybackOverlayFragment
We have followed the journey on Fire TV from browsing and content discovery to reading the details of specific content and performing an action. Now, we will dig into the last part: how to play the... more »