More than a year ago, Google has announced that they plan to create a professional IDE for creating Android applications. Named the Android Studio, the application has been in constant development ever since and its main purpose was to create a professional way to create your Android apps.
With the release of Android Studio version 1.0, the IDE provides a new development environment learning preview, but it also provides a much more stable environment for creating the mobile apps. Within the IDE, you will be able to find a wizard that makes the whole experience a much more interesting and appealing one, something that is quite unusual to see in the business environment nowadays.
Moreover, the new release also includes numerous other features, one of the most interesting ones definitely being the intelligent code editor that makes it much easier to write code. You get immediate help when it comes to writing your code, and that’s a great thing considering that many people nowadays use the Android Studio as their own personal IDE, despite the app still being in constant heavy development.
Alongside that, the Android Studio provideith a much simpler, easier way to use the interface design tools. Thanks to the new release, the ability to design an interface is greatly simplified, and this provides you with a more impressive design experience, which is better for the normal develop that focuses on creating a stellar, simpler user experience rather than going with a more complex one.
Another neat feature included in the Android Studio is the ability to use a performance analysis tool that makes it painlessly easy to test how the app should work in numerous types of mobile devices, so you can get the much needed bug related information without wasting time checking out the performance of your app on each device individually.
Up to this date, Google has always said that developers who want a stable development environment for their apps should continue using Eclipse, but Android Studio manages to provide an even better experience now. With the release of the 1.0 version of the Android Studio, developers are now able to use a great migration path that was specifically designed for all the Eclipse users, as this is the only way to transfer your current project from Eclipse to Android studio without losing a lot of data.
Another thing that you need to know is that the app will try to run different channels for mobile and web apps alike, so no matter what branch you use, you will be able to get impressive results.
The stable release of Android Studio clearly shows that Google takes Android development seriously, so we are definitely bound to receive even more updates and tools which will help developers create even better Android gaming and app experiences!