DevBytes: Android Studio



Tor Norbye gives a quick a preview of Android Studio. It’s a brand new fully featured IDE based on the community edition of IntelliJ. Head on over to the link …

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  • Phan Thanh Tùng
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    <3

  • Devid Dukovni
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    editor is nice, but build is slow (seems it will never be as fast as adt on eclipse).

  • Alaa Shammaa
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    Awesome IDE 😀

  • Khader AbdelLatif
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    My friends sent me his project. When I tried to open it via Android Studio, I can't see the graphical layout of the XML files. Instead, there is a message box saying "Rendering problem: No render target selected" Please HELP 😀
     

  • Marcelo Maia
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    Cool!

  • Axiom
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    Looks like it actually works..unlike eclipse…

  • SnoopyDoo
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    Cool. Maybe some day we'll get a version that includes a built-in emulator that runs fast. It would also be nice to somehow test different fragments.

  • Marcos Sanchez
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    I hope it's finished soon, I'm loving this!

  • Camilo Barco
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    when i try to creat a new proyect to see the desing part i have this error Rendering Problems No render target selected 
    plz help me

  • Pero Peric
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    The preview xml. where were you all my life. An for more devices at the SAME TIME. ahhhh.

  • Arcturus Arcitecture
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    I can't wait… 🙂

  • Aan Olix
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    How to starting andengine w Android Studio??

  • John Doe
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    I love it! I'm as excited about this as was when I started learning flash years ago.

  • Abdessamad Idrissi
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    just started my hello world on Eclipse… will give this a try on the next app 🙂

  • yangguangxiadeyun
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    I think it's awsome, very! I must try it .

  • ropes asreson
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    The fact is: it is impossible to be worse than the eclipse

  • Trey Sargent
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    Layout preview is pretty sweet.

  • Lazic B.
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    There is nothing to fight for. JetBrains IDE's are superior to any other. Company is specialized only for that and they have more then 10 years of experience and they are getting stronger and stronger. They even made a new IDE for Objective C called AppCode and also, they are creators of ReSharper plugin for VS. Without of that, VS would be very inferior in comparison with other IDE's.

  • chickenpoper
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    TheHackBoom doesn't understand that basic is an old language mainly used for PIC's and other non intensive hardware.

  • Terr0c1ty
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    As a software developer I'm aware that "BASIC" is a programming language.

  • THEGAMINGRULER
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think Andriod IDE is open source, why wont they make it open source? so that devs can add plugins or remove bugs and shit and it will increase the development time and community involvement ten folds

  • Yahya Joseph
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    I have been looking for code activity code templates. Where the f*** are they?

  • Greg PCHandyman
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    Would be nice if you could drag and drop a basic largest screen size and then make screens fit on anything smaller to that size and then have sprites that you can drag and drop to complete tasks including, say, a runner going up a path and needing to dodge left and right where the path and screen are already done and the sprite is something upon which you can attach your design. It would make Defender style games easier.

  • Greg PCHandyman
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    OK newbie to Android programming here. Not too code oriented a person I was looking at a way to create Android apps in the same way that you can use Artisteer to create entire templates in relatively no time with even no HTML code knowledge. I need to build a complicated gaming app but do not know Android coding as yet. Lazy? No just trying to do it right but quickly if possible. Can the Studio do that or if not is there anything that can please? Thanks for any help.

  • SONoOFoLIQUID
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    oh android team, i love your way

  • Federico Jimbo Smithson
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    Just tinker the virtual space on the settings.

  • Linux User
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    it depends actually, I found pretty interesting that developing a small app on Android can take a long time(since its written on Java and it requires to setup a lot of things for just easy stuff), but also… when the app that you're developing gets larger so does the development time

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