Google I/O had been a great experience for developers. But the largest happening surrounding that was Android’s news about their update.
Here we look at the updates revealed by Android that highlights many features that will help developers become more productive.
The first update is the new Jetpack APIs and other features that will be offered by Kotlin for software developers.
So Android might be investing more on Kotlin products such as their tools, docs, training, events, and more.
New Jetpack Archives
There are also new alpha Jetpack libraries that were just released, in addition to the five beta versions. This includes Jetpack Compose, CameraX, and more.
This will help you accelerate the development with APIs when you’re trying to develop Android applications.
Android Studio 3.5 beta
There’s also the resale of the beta version of Android Studio 3.5.
They mentioned the many added features of the beta including lint improvements, CPU optimizations, emulator improvements, IDE memory management, and more.
Android App Bundle updates
Finally, they announced an update with the Android App Bundle that was only introduced last year.
They mentioned that there will be a decrease in the size of the app so developers may be able to deliver their Android apps faster.
There are many updates, additions, and changes to existing programs. At the end of the day, they’ve done a great job at helping developers around the world reduce their workload. Hopefully, other giant companies can follow this example and improve their software for developers as well.