Google ends sup­port, devel­op­ment for Eclipse An­droid Devel­oper Tools (ADT)

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Google has fi­nally de­parted from the way in which it de­vel­oped apps for its open source plat­form by end­ing its sup­port and stop­ping devel­op­ment work for the Eclipse ADT. In­stead, the search gi­ant is now fo­cus­ing on An­droid Stu­dio, which de­buted as the of­fi­cial IDE for the An­droid ecosys­tem back in May 2013.

The new devel­op­ment hap­pened fol­low­ing the ar­rival of An­droid

Stu­dio 2.2.2 last month.

“There has never been a bet­ter time to switch to An­droid Stu­dio and ex­pe­ri­ence the im­prove­ments we’ve made to the An­droid devel­op­ment work­flow,” wrote Ja­mal Ea­son, prod­uct man­ager for An­droid, Google, in a blog post.

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