Thanks to native emulator support, it’s possible for the first time to completely develop Android apps using just a Chromebook.
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Google has released the first beta of Android 11, which includes many new features, and privacy and performance improvements.
Android Studio 3.6 focuses on core code editing and debugging quality is the first update since Google’s Project Marble.
Unlike with previous releases, Android Studio 3.5 focuses on performance and product quality, and not on new features.
Google announced today that the future versions of Android Studio and its Android emulators will only support 64-bit OSes.
You can now write software on Chrome OS. Including, apparently, Android apps made with Flutter and Android Studio.
Chrome OS and the Chromebooks on which it runs are now sophisticated enough for web and Android developers, Google says.
Google has announced the availability of Android Studio 3.4, the latest version of its Android app development environment.
Android Studio 3.3 ships with no major new features: Instead, this release focuses on “quality fundamentals.”
Google today released the next major version of its Android Studio development environment, Android Studio 3.0.
Following in the footsteps of Microsoft, Google is now offering early access to new developer features in Android Studio to the public.
Google is rumored to be bringing its Android Studio developer environment to Chrome OS. This is perhaps a bigger deal than is immediately obvious.
Android app developers can grab a big update for Android Studio today. Version 2.2 adds a new visual layout editor, support for all the latest developer features in Android 7.0 Nougat, and much more.