Version Reviewing: 3.2.1
"Slow, hard to use"
Using it on my laptop is quite a painful thing to go through. Compiling takes a lot of time, clunky interface and generally hard to accomplish what you want to do.
"Piece of ******"
Android Studio is an embarrassment. Hey, it might be okay of it actually worked, but it doesn't! I have never actually succeeded at using its visual tools to lay out elements on a screen. I’m sure it’s theoretically possible; but every time I’ve tried, I’ve gotten so frustrated that I’ve just given up and written raw XML layout files instead. The same is true for the other tools. Strange that Google should have messed this up so badly, when they're leaders in other technologies.
Version Reviewing: 3
"need of more user friendly"
I really to say this tool is more useful for developing any android application. and GUI developing process is easy ,but back end data process is little hard,because to write code for each every thing is confusion.and other one it is requires more setting process,so to improve this kind of problems.
Version Reviewing: 3
"Android Studio v3 is a must have for every Android developer."
If you are building apps for Android Studio you must have this IDE on your computer as part of a complete tool set. With support for Java, C++ and Kotlin as first class programming languages, Android Studio gives you access to the Java and Native SDKs, frameworks and APIs to build modern Android apps targeting a wide range of Android versions. Even if you also are using other tools for building Android apps, Android Studio will help you in so many ways including designing, developing, debugging and deploying apps.
Kotlin?! Who the heck uses Kotlin.. I have never heard good things about it. – Twee <3
Everyone uses Kotlin you fool – donoteatfromthistree
Version Reviewing: 3+
"Needs major improvements"
I really wanted to delve into the world of mobile development and with my loyalty to android smartphones, I came across Android Studios. Came up with a fun idea for an app so I got it downloaded and started working on a tutorial I found online. I can't help but feel the visual tool was just straight up.. bad. It really turned me off from the experience.
Android Studio isn't intuitive so it was quite difficult for beginners like me. It also felt clunky. My first time experience was a disappointment, considering it was made by Google. I get it's a popular tool, just not for me. Until it improves, I will move on to another IDE.
What does this code do?
x = c(5,4,3,2,1) print(x) What value is printed out?
Programming Language: R