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Which IDE to use for future Development in Android Android Studio or Eclipse ADT?

 
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Hi there

I am reading this article
http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/migrate.html


Now I m using Eclipse ADT for android development.But this document says


If you have been using Eclipse with ADT, be aware that Android Studio is now the official IDE for Android, so you should migrate to Android Studio to receive all the latest IDE updates.




I want a little help that whethar I use Android Studio or Eclipse ADT for future development in android.?


Is Android Studio Support all features that have in eclipse(I read somewere currently it is beta version)?

Thanks
 
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ANDROID STUDIO. It is the official IDE for developing android applications.
 
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Yes I read official document of google about android studio that android studio is now official IDE for Android.

I am using EclipseADT from last 1 years.Now I have planned to complete migrate to Android Studio 1.0.1.


Is Android Studio is now bug free so that I can develop android app fully on it.Or is there some bugs that android studio can't do and Eclipse can do?


 
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I have developed 3 apps on android studio. I feel more comfortable in android studio.
Also i have decided to write my articles through android studio.
ps: i have an android blog;)
 
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ok thanks
 
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