mPaaS Plugin provides various functions to assist mobile development, such as creating an mPaaS project, adding, deleting and updating an mPaaS component, and building a project. This topic describes how to install the mPaaS Plugin.
The mPaaS Plugin supports two installation modes: Online installation and Offline installation.
If you are using Android Studio 4.0 or a later version, either Online installation or Offline installation mode can be used to install the latest mPaaS Plugin.
Find more mPaaS Plugin offline installers on mPaaS JetBrains page.
In Android Studio, select Android Studio > Preferences to open the preferences window. If you are using a Windows operating system, select File > Settings to open the settings dialog.
Click Plugins in the left pane and then click Marketplace on the top of the window.
Enter the keyword mPaaS to search for the mPaaS Plugin. In the search result, click the Install button of the mPaaS Plugin to start the installation.
After the installation is complete, restart Android Studio and then you will see the mPaaS menu on the menu bar.
You have downloaded the mPaaS Plugin offline installer.
The installation package of the mPaaS plug-in is in the form of a compressed package file, which does not need to be decompressed before installation.
In Android Studio, select Android Studio > Preference to open the settings dialog.
Click Plugins in the left pane. Then click in the upper right of the window and select Install Plugin from Disk on the drop-down menu.
Select the mPaaS Plugin offline installer on your disk and click OK to start the installation. After the installation is complete, restart Android Studio and then you can use the mPaaS Plugin.