Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 8 Dec 2014 2:48 pm
There's some great news for developers today: Android Studio is officially out of beta with version 1.0 for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. The full release of the development platform has been anticipated for a while now, after having originally entered beta earlier this year.
Android Studio is a development environment that's been in testing since last year, and has just recently emerged from alpha status and is moving into beta. A bit part of the update is to support the Android L preview that was released at Google I/O, but Studio also has early support for Android Wear and Android TV as well. This includes templates, layout rendering, and everything else you need...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 15 May 2013 10:23 pm
To build great apps, you need great tools. The folks at Mountain View are giving us those tools
After this morning's epic three-hour Keynote event, it was just a quick trip next door to see Xavier Ducrohet and Tor Noybe give what is always one of the most popular developer sessions of the conference -- What's New in Android Developer Tools.
If you were paying attention during the Keynote, we...
Brand new Android IDE to make it easier to build and preview apps
Google has launched a brand new IDE (integrated development environment) for building Android apps at today's Google I/O keynote presentation. Android Studio is based on the community edition of IntelliJ, and includes a number of unique tools designed to make the development and previewing process more easy.
Among these are the...
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