Google has today unveiled the next version of its Android Studio integrated development engine (IDE) during its I/O 2015 keynote and also revealed Polymer 1.0.
Version 1.3 of Google’s IDE brings native support for development in C/C++ along with faster build speeds and a new memory profiler. The support for C/C++ will mean that developers no longer need to use Google’s Native Development Kit (NDK) and instead can build apps using the native coding language in Android Studio 1.3.
During the keynote, the company also announced Polymer 1.0, which brings new elements to make it easy to build your app’s user interface, such as drag and drop controls, integrated maps and the ability to build a complete mobile checkout flow within your app.
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