Android Studio is the official IDE (integrated development environment) for developing Android Apps by Google. It is based on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software and has lots of amazing features which helps developer in creating Android App.
Android Studio is available for free download on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Here we are going to share lots of guide, tips, tricks and shortcut of Android Studio to help developer easily understand the tool.
Android App Development is mostly done in two IDE i.e. Eclipse and Android Studio. Earlier Eclipse was the popular IDE but now Android Studio has taken over it. This is because Google has ended the support for Eclipse and now only focused on Android Studio. Google also recommended developer to import their Android projects and use Android Studio.
“We are focused on Android Studio so that our team can deliver a great experience on a unified development environment. Android tools inside Eclipse will continue to live on in the open source community via the Eclipse Foundation.”
There are two prerequisites for learning Android Studio tips:
System Requirement – First your system OS must be either Windows, Max OS X or Linux with below requirement:
The second thing you need is to download Android Studio on your system. It is available for free download on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux OS.
Below are the guide on Android Studio:
More tutorial will be added every week so keep checking.