The Android Studio is based on IntelliJ development Environment. IntelliJ IDEA(Integrated Development Environment Advanced) is published by JetBrains and you can download it from the link http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/. Where it is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX platforms.
IntelliJ is basically build for Java Development and It is available in Community Edition and Ultimate Edition.
Community Edition – This edition is completely free and available with basic java development tools.
Ultimate Edition – This is not free edition. With this edition you will get the tools like Adding database, web development, enterprise development and UML tool for creating class diagrams.
Android Studio is based on Community edition and its completely free. Android Studio announced at Google I/O in May 2013. Initially Android Studio was available in preview release and First Stable version 1.0 was released in December 2014.
Google has the intended as the Android Studio will be the future development IDE for all android development and it means it will replace ADT and other android development tools.
Table Of Content
- 1 Getting started with Android Studio
- 2. Running App on Devices
- 3. Understanding Android Studio Interface
- 4. Using Android Studio
- 5. Debugging in Android Studio