Which editor should I use for android development?

4 replies
I am using eclipse right now but not quite happy with it. Its demanding lots of package downloaded every time I want to do something new. I think there should be editor which is very good and one time installation.

Suggest me which editor is good?
#android #development #editor
  • Profile picture of the author Brandon Tanner
    I'm not into Java personally, but I know that Netbeans supports it, and I really like Netbeans. It's definitely a lot less "bloated" than Eclipse.

    Also, you may want to check this out...

    http://android-developers.blogspot.c...r-android.html
    Signature

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[8227709].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Valdor Kiebach
    Android Studio looks like it could be awesome when its stable, judging by the comments from users I have read it sucks balls at the moment.

    I dont understand why eclipse demanding loads of package downloads. All you need is the ADT plugin and thats it.

    Are you sure you have all the needed packages installed in the Android SDK Manager.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[8228346].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author webwizdevelop
      Originally Posted by Valdor Kiebach View Post

      Android Studio looks like it could be awesome when its stable, judging by the comments from users I have read it sucks balls at the moment.

      I dont understand why eclipse demanding loads of package downloads. All you need is the ADT plugin and thats it.

      Are you sure you have all the needed packages installed in the Android SDK Manager.
      I cannot make html pages to make a look better withoug having html editor plugin in eclips and lots of packages to be install before going to advance android coding
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[8229973].message }}
      • Profile picture of the author Valdor Kiebach
        Originally Posted by webwizdevelop View Post

        I cannot make html pages to make a look better withoug having html editor plugin in eclips and lots of packages to be install before going to advance android coding

        Use a seperate HTML editor then when you are done just move the HTML over to the Android project folder. HTML goes into the /assets/www/ folder.
        {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[8230240].message }}

Trending Topics