Quickly setup Android Studio with Git and Bitbucket

15 02 2016

Hello everyone,

today I will share my experience about creating a Git repository for a new Android Studio project.
My goal is to allow a fellow developer to checkout (Clone in Git words) the project from server and have it fully functional and ready to be run or to work on it and commit changes.

I had to find tiny bits of information sparse around the web ’cause it seems most people consider cool to have any developer configure locally their own project once they first checkout.

Well that is not the only way. Here is what I did:

You can read it in my new blog at:

Quickly setup Android Studio with Git and Bitbucket

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