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Murach's Android Programming: Android Studio 2.0 preview?

 
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Hi Joel,

Thanks for joining the forum. As a Linux user, I really appreciate you adding an appendix to the 2nd edition explaining how Linux users should set up their computer to do the exercises. Most Murach books I have seen only contain instructions for Windows and MacOS. I hope this trend continues. Thanks for taking the time to update the book for Android Studio. For people who prefer Eclipse, there is always the first edition.

Question: Have you had an opportunity to test the book exercises using the latest Android Studio 2.0 preview to see if they still work? It seems that almost as quickly as you can update your book, there are changes to the IDE. I don't know how significant the changes are for the 2.0 version, but I hope it runs faster and takes less memory than the current Android Studio.

Bruce
 
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