Android Studio is Google's 13 I/O conference launched in the Android development environment, based on IntelliJ idea. Similar to Eclipse adt,android Studio provides integrated Android development tools for development and debugging.
Today, Google released the 1.0 official version of Android Studio, adding new features including smart code editing, user interface design tools, and performance analysis tools to support the development of the Android 5.0 platform.
Google also recommended that the development environment be tuned from the Eclipse IDE to Android Studio, as well as providing guidance for eclipse developers to move to the Android Studio development environment.
new features for Android Studio 1.0:
User Experience aspects
First Install Wizard-start installing the Android SDK correctly, set up the development environment configuration, create an optimized test application simulator
Sample Import and Templates-android Studio includes an installation wizard that allows you to create new project templates or import Google code samples
Code and resource editing, user interface design
Code Editor-android Studio uses all IntelliJ idea Smart code editing features, such as advanced code completion, refactoring, and code analysis
Internationalized string Editing
User interface Design-Edit and preview your Android layouts, debug with different screen sizes, languages or even API versions
Unified Build System
Instant access to Google cloud services
If you are an Eclipse user, see migration steps.
See the release notes for more Andorid Studio 1.0 updates.
[Android new features] Google released Android studio development Tools 1.0 official version (PHOTOS) 2014-12-09 09:35:40