Android Studio is the new Android application development IDE powered by the IntelliJ IDEA platform. The course will take you through downloading and setting up Android Studio on Windows, migrating to Android Studio from Eclipse, and developing Android applications and libraries. In this course, you will not only learn basic use of Android Studio, but also how to take advantage of its advanced features to provide more robust code and make you a more productive developer. Android Studio's new Gradle and Maven based build systems are covered so you know how to take advantage of the powerful build variant and dependency management they provide.
Larry Schiefer is the CTO and co-founder of HiQES, a mobile, embedded and application software development service company. He specializes in designing and developing device drivers, kernel software, BSP, and applications for Android, Linux, Windows, Windows Embedded, and various RTOS environments.