Java based IntelliJ IDEA IDE Android Studio 1.0 is available for download in its final version. Google has added features to help developers to manage their flow of development. The software includes templates and sample code to start and wizards to migrate Eclipse projects in the environment.
The Android Studio 1.0 IDE was delivered this week in its stable version by the team of the mobile OS from Google. It can be downloaded from the Android Developer site. The beta version of the product, which is built on the community edition of the Java IDE IntelliJ IDEA, was released at the conference I / O in June. On the model of what Google with Chrome, regular updates will be made to Android Studio following the four known stages ranging from the Canary Version stable product through the Dev and Beta recalls in a Jamal ticket Eason, Android product manager at Google.
Early in the cycle, Canary allows to venture on the most recently introduced features, Google will improve the stability of the product as. Android Studio 1.0 comes with a set of features to manage workflow development, says J. Eason. The main features of the IDE are displayed on the site Developer.android.com. At startup, the IDE will install the Android SDK, sets up the development environment parameters and create an emulator for testing apps. The Virtual Device Manager tool provides predefined profiles for the most popular Android devices.
A set of templates are included to help get started. Wizards also allows you to import sample code from Google or Eclipse users, migrate projects in Android Studio. Suggestion code and memory optimization Found in FDI Google capacity of IntelliJ IDEA, like code completion (minting code, suggestions are offered by FDI) refactoring (code optimization) and code analysis. Layouts can be changed and previewed through different screen sizes, languages and API versions.
The Gradle build system allows developers to create different packages for their Android apps in the same project, manage dependencies with Maven and build packages from Android Studio or command line.
Memory Monitor tool improves memory usage during operation apps. Android Studio also allows to add to the applications developed access to App Engine, the platform "as a service" Google, as well as Cloud Endpoints to expose Restful API from Java annotations. Finally, the IDE also supports Cloud Messaging to send notifications to users from a back-end run on App Engine.