Check out the Android Dev Summit keynote stream for lots more details and perhaps even some more surprises drawn from the depths of the mystery box:
(Like all good mystery boxes it's a lot bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside)
One the most requested features we receive is to make app builds and deployment faster in Android Studio. Today at the Android Developer Summit, we’re announcing a preview of Android Studio 2.0 featuring Instant Run that will dramatically improve your development workflow.
Check out the Android Developer Summit Keynote, and watch the Android Studio sessions streamed live from the event for more details.
Android Studio 2.0 is available now in the canary release channel, so we can get your feedback — so let us know what you think!
So excited to be advocating on behalf of Android Studio and their wonderful team! They're seriously passionate about hearing from their users.
He’ll focus on Android Studio, checking out new tools, undiscovered features, protips, and expert advice directly from the Android Studio team — and of course he’ll go in depth into each new release of Android Studio.
Subscribe to the Android Tool Time playlist on the Android Developer YouTube channel to get each new episode as it launches.
And tune in to the Android Dev Summit on Monday to learn just what, exactly, is in that box.
I was lucky enough to visit for the first time in 2006, and have been back a couple of times for work. It's an amazing place -- featuring incredible architecture and some of the finest food and culture in the world. But the biggest impression was left by the people.
The patient lady at the patisserie helping me (slowly) translate the price of my pastries, the welcoming Android developers, or the cheerful crepe sellers -- everyone was friendly and helpful.
The news from Paris is shocking and horrible; but the stories of the strength and kindness of the people of Paris is no surprise at all. I can't wait to return to this wonderful city.
My thoughts are with the wonderful people of Paris, and everyone effected by the tragic events there.
Vive la France; Paris, je t'aime.
Consider it an offering to offset the volume of videos I've posted recently featuring me talking about Android. Enjoy.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/ov4ZIVW5EDE
Android 1.5 Blog Post: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2015/11/android-studio-15.html
I'll use the experience to put together some guides and best practices for others doing similar stuff, but I wonder...
I've heard rumors of people broadcasting live coding, and while a big part of me (the part that hates pair programming) is aghast at the very notion -- I wonder if there's any interest in broadcasting / recording & sharing the process of making these changes directly.
What do you guys think? Would something like that be interesting / useful? Would you watch?
Turns out they had found their way into this drawer for a quiet nap!
We've got some other ideas, including some fun TV and movie parodies woven into more complex topics. What do you think? Should we do more of these?
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