Happy coding 🙂
This post I would like to dedicate to Android IDEs. Why? First of all, it’s really important to have a convenient programming environment in order to make apps effectively. Secondly, you would be more happy to work in IDE that just looks nice and works without delays.
I’d start from the hardware. My computer at work has 4GB of RAM, Intel Core i5 with 3.3GHz processor and Windows 7 installed on it. At home I have almost the same configuration except that I have Windows 8 Release Preview as my OS.
One might think those configurations are OK for software development. Oh, I wish this was true… After using Eclipse for about 1.5 year I know what a nightmare it can be to write apps on those computers.
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