Be an Early Adopter, Android Studio 3.0 is Now Available on the Stable Channel!
Android Studio 3.0 is ready with support for Kotlin and a host of new features
Announced to hype and saucer during the Google I / O 2017, the truth is that we had to wait several months to live the premiere of the third iteration of the suite of applications development of Google, Android Studio 3.0, which today hangs the poster of available directly on the Android developer site.
Android Studio 3.0 is the official tool of Google, born from Eclipse, to develop applications for Android from scratch in Java or C. This IDE of programming has all the tools and all the necessary resources to create these applications as easily as possible, from a complete Java syntax to an interface editor and virtual machines in which to test projects in real time.
Most Android applications are programmed directly in Java, since it is the main programming language of this operating system. Therefore, taking advantage of the IDE update, and in order to make applications as secure as possible, Google has implemented support for Java 8, the new version of this programming language, in Android Studio 3.0 so that users they can use all the new functions of this language in their applications.
In addition, Android Studio 3.0 will be very easy to translate any Java code already written to the new Kotlin.
In order to continue improving the tool and make the programming task as comfortable and simple as possible, Google has released the first trial version of Android Studio 3.0, which comes with a large number of changes, improvements and developments.
The guys from Android Developers wanted to thank in advance all the users who sent comments during the development phase of Android Studio 3.0, indicating that the stability and performance of the suite has been greatly improved thanks to them and to the clues about them. weak points of the development environment.
Android Studio 3.0 is almost completely renewed with a more than profound update, focused on accelerating the development of applications from the base. Of course, the star of the changelog is none other than the Kotlin programming language support, one of the most requested options by the developer community.