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Android Studio Kotlin Tutorial - Part 6

Let's continue building our native Kotlin app in Android Studio. First, we add icons into the drawables folder, then we add it to the FloatingActionButton (or FAB). This Android app development tutorial will get you up to speed on a few very important aspects of Android app development. In the next video, we'll continue the app where we left off. See you then!

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