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Need a good site for UI developments

 
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I need to know good site for Android UI Development.I tried with below sites.Its fine.anyway if there are any others like that please let me know.

https://www.fluidui.com/
 
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Usually googling for "sites like xxx" throws up very useful results
 
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ADT for Eclipse is decent enough and has evolved a lot over time. If you are using IntelliJ IDEA, Android studio is also helpful. Droiddraw has also been around for a long time.
 
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what is different betwen IntelliJ IDEA and normal Eclips?
 
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sam liyanage wrote:what is different betwen IntelliJ IDEA and normal Eclips?



About $500.

I joke, a bit. There is a free version of course which is perfect if your project is purely Java (or Groovy, or Scala) and the IntelliJ refactoring tools are far superior to those in Eclipse. However, the free version gives you no help with any front end development such as HTML, JSP, JavaScript. For that you (or your company) need to splash some cash for a licence. There are cheaper licences for personal non-commercial use and cheaper still if you are an academic and free if you're an open source contributor although there's some hoops to jump through to get the latter.
 
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can't we use Android studio with any other IDE than IntelliJ IDEA
 
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Please check out http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/studio.html for all information on Android Studio. It will be faster than asking questions and waiting for someone to provide you an answer for something which you can easily do yourself. Please ShowSomeEffort
 
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You can try

1. Application Craft http://www.applicationcraft.com/ Cheap and good.
2. http://mobile.conduit.com/
 
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