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AIDE app – the solution for every emerging app developer in the world!

AIDE app is a popular Android integrated development environment destined for app developers. It allows users to easily develop Android apps on their Android devices. The app itself is free but it does have in-app purchases that you can use if you want to learn more about coding and visual design. You get a premium version as well, but you have to take a good few dollars out of your wallet to get it.

 

AIDE app

 

In a nutshell, AIDE app will teach you to visually design apps, to write code and check errors in real time, it will help you with refactoring and core navigation and it will even allow you to run your app easily and use Java debugger to find different bugs in the finished product. It is compatible with smartphones and tablets and it can make you a successful developer on the go.

 

The app supports building apps with Android SDK and Java/Xml, C/C++, and Eclipse. You can keep code in Dropbox because AIDE app integrates with Dropbox and allows syncing with it. This app can open Android Studio projects made in default folder structure and Git for professional development.

 

Starting today, AIDE app has Android 6.0 Marshmallow support via version 3.2. Among the more important improvements you will find are the option to refresh Maven libraries and Android NDK updated support and updated Google libraries.

 

AIDE app deals from Intel? Sign us in!

 

The best part about today is that, along with the support, Intel decided to sponsor a number of premium keys. A premium key usually costs $10 and we will tell you what to do to get a chance at a free one.

 

In order to claim a sponsored license you have to exit and restart the app, then select the ‘Code for Experts’ option. You should immediately get a notification if you qualified for a free premium key. If you are lucky, you can then choose a Google account to tie the free key to.

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Microsoft Android Emulator available as standalone with support for Android Studio and Eclipse

Microsoft recently released an Android Emulator that can be used with Android Studio and Eclipse with ADT. A while back, Microsoft launched a new emulator destined for features and performance that cannot be found anywhere else. It was not very successful because it had to be downloaded and installed with a Visual Studio package – a very large package – and it was pretty much difficult to use with other IDEs.

 

Android Emulator

 

 

Now, Microsoft released the Android Emulator as a standalone download accompanied by instructions to install and run with Android Studio and Eclipse with ADT. This emulator will require the device to have a version of Windows with Hyper-V support (for example Microsoft 8 Pro and Enterprise).

 

This Microsoft emulator does not include Google Play services, which means that lots of applications cannot be used without modifications. You can, however, test an app built without Play services integration if you want.

 

The Android Emulator package from Microsoft includes the emulator itself and some KitKat service profiles. After you set it up, you can download profiles from the profile Manager. You can find the instructions for Android Studio and Eclipse from the source link below.

 

Source: MSDN blog via AndroidPolice