Step by Step Guide to Build Android Apps using Python. In the last two parts, we have seen how Kivy and Kivymd make it super easy to develop apps using Python with its drawbacks. We have covered the basics of app development, how to display text, take input, and use buttons to make our app interactive. We have also seen various UI/UIX elements that are supported by Kivy and how they can be easily implemented using Kivy String Builders which are written in a hierarchical format and don't require any explicit import statements. If you haven’t read the previous parts, I recommend you have a look at them for better understanding.
In this series of articles, we will look at how to set-up the required environment, the basics of developing an android app, referencing the documentation, and how to move ahead with your projects.