Ha! Just caught it. Found myself updating Android Studio (investigating using Firebase, but that’s another story) and the new version 1.5 is what I now have – Google has just updated its Android IDE (integrated development environment).
Just a quick post to flag that although Droidcon London 2015 may be over, you can now view presentations online.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced the general availability of its Bluetooth Developer Studio.
This could be a useful resource. Android Experiments is a new Google initiative showcasing some of the most creative Android apps.
Not sure if there is a Star Trek reference hanging around, but Vulkan is a new open standard for 3D graphics and rendering maintained by Khronos.
A mobile beaming technology SDK is being made available to Android developers by Palo Alto-based Mobeam, which is a mobile barcode beaming specialist. And there’s an emphasis on mobile wallets…
Google is issuing a major update for its Android development (and testing) environment, Android Studio. It was previewed earlier at Google I/O, but Android Studio 1.3 is now available on the stable release channel.
Here’s an interesting one. Microsoft has created a Visual Studio Emulator for Android, and it’s a free download, which can be used separately from Visual Studio itself.
The DragonBoard 410c is a credit card-sized kit, based on Linaro’s 96Boards specification. The idea is to enables developers to use the Snapdragon 410 processor for things such as next-gen robotics, medical devices, digital signage, gaming consoles, and such like. “We’re excited to help the maker and community developer field grow by building the DragonBoard 410c,” said Arrow Digital President ...
Just a quick one to note – Google is officially ending its support for Android development on the Eclipse IDE.