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Last Post by Aterin

@bCubed I'm gone be cruel but you been living under rock. Eclipse lost profesional developers support+interest+appeal over last 2 years because of the never ending issues with Maven support and proper application testing and people slowly moved to IntelliJ.
Android Studio is gone be nothing like Eclipse, because Android Studio is based on open source version of IntelliJ. On top of that Android Studio is designed with Gradle as top priority


I also recently started working with Android, I tried Eclipse and Android Studio. I must say I much prefer Studio.

Eclipse was really good when I was only using standard Java but once I started adding pluggins into the mix I started getting several issues and as such I swapped to IntelliJ Idea.

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