It is stated that “If you give me six hours to chop down a tree then I will spend the first four hours in sharpening the axe”. So in the Android Development World if we consider Android Development as the tree then Android Studio should be the axe. Yes, if you are starting Android Development then you must be familiar with Android Studio i.e. the tool that is used for developing Android applications. Android Studio is the official IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for Android app development, and it is based on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software.
Android Studio provides many excellent features that enhance productivity when building Android apps, such as a blended environment where one can develop for all Android devices, apply Changes to push code and resource changes to the running app without restarting the app, a flexible Gradle-based build system, a fast and feature-rich emulator, GitHub and Code template integration to assist you to develop common app features and import sample code, extensive testing tools and frameworks, C++ and NDK support, and many more. So we have prepared a complete Android Studio tutorial that will help the Android Developer to get more familiar with Android Studio.
Important Tips and Tricks in Android Studio
Frequently Occurring Errors and Solutions
Building Sample Android UI using Android Studio
Building Some Cool Android Apps Using Android Studio