Android Studio has released its latest stable version, Flamingo
Among its many features, Flamingo introduces Live Edit for Composable UIs, which lets developers push code changes directly to an attached device or emulator to update an app's composables in real-time. This streamlines the build-deploy-iterate cycle for UI programming by reducing context switching... Read more
Android Studio 4.2 makes upgrading your project easier
Google has released version 4.2 of Android Studio. Besides the usual set of new features, Google has added an assistant that makes it easier to port an existing project to the latest version.
The most important change in Android Studio 4.2 is the addition of all the important features that were ... Read more
Android Studio 4.1 brings better TensorFlow Lite support
Google launched Android Studio's 4.1 version. As is the norm for Android Studio, the small uptick in version number does not quite capture the update's scope. Included in the new version are improved features geared toward making developers have an easy time working.
The team fixed over 2,370 bu... Read more
Android Studio 3.6 improves editing, debugging and testing
Android Studio 3.6 was recently released. Among other things, view binding and a new packaging tool have been added to the IDE.
To prevent Android developers from wasting their time with broken code, the team behind the project introduced the concept of view binding in the current release. Null ... Read more
Google releases improved Android Studio 3.2
Today Google released Android Studio 3.2. The latest version of the software has a lot of new and useful features for developers. Think of a new format for publishing apps, a tool that maps the energy consumption of an app and an improved emulator.
As every year, Google also unveiled this year's upd... Read more