Google announces that Eclipse Android Developer Tools kit will no longer be officially supported by the company for Android app creation. This afternoon Jamal Eason, Product Manager for Android, made clear that Google would be “ending development and official support for the Android Developer Tools (ADT) in Eclipse at the end of the year.” Both the Eclipse ADT plugin and Android Ant build system will still exist, of course, but Google won’t be lending their help to anyone still using them at the end of December.
It’s time to move on, says Google. You need to change, and you need to change as soon as possible. It’s time to use Android Studio, Google’s newest and most all-inclusive place to create software for Android devices. As shown below, moving projects from one place to the other is relatively straightforward.
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