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  • An IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a software application that provides tools for programmers to write, run and debug code. A compiler is used to transform source code into an output form, such as object code or machine language.
  • The primary difference between an IDE and a compiler is that the latter transforms source code into an output form. This allows developers to use their programming knowledge in a practical manner with programs that can be executed on computers.

Android Studio is a popular development platform for Android applications. It includes the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) and a variety of other tools that allow developers to create their apps. To install the Android Studio software on your machine, you first need to download and install it from the official website. You can also try installing the trial version of this software by going to its website and clicking on the "Free trial" button.

Desktop computer (Windows or Mac) Laptop computer Smartphone or tablet with Android Studio installed and connected to Wi-Fi

An integrated development environment (IDE) is a software application that provides comprehensive facilities for software developers to design, develop, and debug their code.

The term 'IDE' comes from the notion that the features provided by an IDE 'integrate' with the developer's work environment. This means providing tools for editing code, compiling it, running it, debugging it, and more.

The use of a well-designed and properly configured IDE will save programmers time in two ways:

  • Eliminating redundant steps - because they have only to do one thing at a time with one tool;
  • Reducing wasted time - because they are doing more in less time.

Android Studio is an integrated development environment that can be used to develop Android apps. One of the popular IDEs for Android development, it is now available as a universal application for Linux, macOS, and Windows. In this article, we will walk you through the process of installing Android Studio on your computer.

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